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Pair of Indian Tribal Metal Crowns I Sculptures I Vintage and Antiques I Housewarming Gifts I Home Decor

Pair of Indian Tribal Metal Crowns I Sculptures I Vintage and Antiques I Housewarming Gifts I Home Decor

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Our pair of vintage Indian tribal metal crowns on iron stands are the perfect accent piece for any room in your home. These crowns are hand-embossed metal with a minimalist pattern. These crowns stand apart from the opulence of traditional crowns in their simplicity. 

One crown is bigger than the other and appears to be for a couple and form Bastar district in the newly formed state of Chhattisgarh in India. Tribal communities in Bastar are notable for their traditional iron crafting. Each crown is mounted on a sleek and modern iron stand, that matches the same metal as the piece itself. 

These Indian tribal metal crowns on the iron stands are versatile and can be placed on any surface such as shelves, mantels, or tables. They are perfect for creating a focal point in your living room, or dining table as table sculptures and also for housewarming gifts for those who appreciate vintage finds.


Iron, Metal


16 inches tall and 15 inches tall

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