Sultan Fine Arts

Mysore, India
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About Sultan Fine Arts

Welcome to Sultan Fine Arts It is my pleasure to introduce India Wooden Handicrafts to you. We have expanded into the manufacturing of high quality Handicrafts & Furnitures for the last 30 years. We make handmade Rosewood Jewellery Box beautifully and attractive handmade Tea Coasters, Wall hangings, bedding Panels. Our range that we have manufactured is 100% Indian Wood. We are also able to provide our clients with Indian traditional God Idols, Elephants sculpture and Village life Wall panels and beautiful inlay Designs.

 Mysore (erstwhile Mysore) Rosewood Inlay covers a range of techniques used by artisans in around the area of Mysore in sculpture and the decorative for inserting pieces of contrasting, often coloured materials like ivory shells, mother-of-pearl, horn and sandalwood into depressions in a rosewood object to form ornament or pictures that normally are flush with the matrix. These artifacts are manufactured in around the region of Mysore, these artifacts have been awarded Geographical Indication tag from the Government of India in 2005 due to its historic representation as an artifact depicting the region and the design and style used by the local artisans. 

My name is Syed Hussamuddin. I am from Mysore, India. I live in a Royal city, which is very famous for its Beauty and World Famous Dasara Celebration. This art is the source of income of thousands of people in this city. Rosewood mostly got about around from forestry area covering Mysore regions has been used for furniture and artifact’s from the time of Tipu Sultan about 1800'S, was further promoted by local Mysore maharaja during 1914 sent a casket with a photo frame with ivory inlay for British empire exhibition which won a gold medal, from then on have been a major touristic attraction and supply from the region around Mysore. I have been a part of Sultan Fine Arts from last 23 years as a legacy to carry my ancestor craft for our next generation to be proud of.

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