Jharokha mirrors were traditionally used in Indian palaces and haveli. A haveli is a traditional town house or mansion in the Indian subcontinent. An elegant arch based on ancient floral motifs is framed by carved wooden borders. Brighten up the interiors and walls of your home with this beautifully carved mango wood mirror, bringing the magical world of the East to you. This fabulous piece can be placed in living rooms, bedrooms, exuding a vintage look that will give your home an exotic and regal feel. The Jharokha is originally a decorated window that extends from the wall surface of a building on an upper floor and overlooks the street, market, courtyard or any other open space. It is a common feature of classical Indian architecture, most notably in Rajasthan. Rustic solid wood furniture. Reclaimed wood decoration from India. From our Magellan collection.
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