Airavat Barcode Wooden Tray
The term Airavat in Hindu mythology refers to the 'white elephant', which carries the deity Indra. With white elephant and peacocks woven in Khunn fabric as the core of the design, this tray showcases different Khunn weaves in white and black tones, accentuated with a maroon border. The fabric is patched in a barcode pattern and the idea is to bring together different weaves, colours and border patterns in Khunn fabric in an asymmetric composition to create a contempo-ethnic look.
This comes with a teak wood frame and handle, patchwork fabric, has a glass top and leatherite bottom to give a good scratch-free grip against the surface it is placed on.
Care: Wipe clean