The Tantraa Conoid Two Tier Bento Box
The elegant pattern on the body of the Stainless Steel Lunch Box is inspired by the Sheesh Mahal or Palace of Mirrors within the Amber Palace of Jaipur, India. This room was a visual explosion of glittering mirrors and luminous energy. It was conceived by Mirza Raja Jai Singh to entertain the crème of power and politics. Large velvet curtains secured the room from the cold breeze while oil lamps reflected their heat off the thousands of little mirrors and made the palace comfortable. Just like the moon rose through the western skies to light the dark desert nights, a single flame lit in the room would splash a burst of glimmering stars in the mirrors of the dark room. The patterns on our products are original artwork, hand drawn and then embossed into the body of the trunk. The collection is a tribute to rich Indian heritage, interpreted for the modern home through our lens! Ideal gift option.

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The Tantraa Conoid Two Tier Bento Box

  • Length: 12.00cm
  • Width: 12.00cm
  • Height: 21.00cm
  • Availability: In Stock
  • ₹1,850

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