These two wall panels are salvaged from an old haveli in the Gujarat. Constructed of teak, they were used in the exterior walls often facing the multi storied inner court yard. Each has two window openings with each opening having two paneled shutters. The panel showing has more of an ornate curve to the tops of the shutter panels (see images) while panel #2 (not shown) has a less stylized curve to the tops of the shutter panels. Both have the typical northern India stylized Mughal arches over the window openings. The two panels are of the same size, construction style, and have the same aged patina. Each is carved with vines, flowers, birds and geometric patterns, all together creating a pleasing composition. The window shutters have been fixed in place and do not open.
Each panel: 71-1/4″ (W) x 80-3/8″ (H) x 2-1/2″ (D)
over 100+ years
Good, frames integrity is excellent/ wear consistent with age
Shipping included within the continental U.S.