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Hand Carved Mandala Lazy Susan


A stunning hand-carved centerpiece that’s perfect for sharing appetisers around the table.  Size: approx. 16 x 16 inches.

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£64.99 GBP
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Disclaimer: As each product is handmade, slight variations in its appearance can be expected. Colours may differ due to the use of natural materials (or because of lighting), these differences adds to its unique charm.

Care Instructions

Wash immediately after use. Wash with mild detergent using soft cloth or sponge. Do not serve hot food items. Do not scrub. Not recommended for dishwasher or microwave.

  • For Unbreakable Bonds

    This intricately designed whitewashed turn table instantly adds character to any kitchen countertop or table. Its smooth and effortless spin makes it your reliable hosting companion.

    The mandala design is popular throughout Indian art, representing the universe. Its circular nature represents the eternal circle of life and the idea that everything is connected, serving as an exquisite symbol of your own deep-felt bond to friends and family.

    Handmade using durable mango wood, this is a kitchen investment that will certainly impress your guests and one you can enjoy for many years to come.

  • Product Summary

    • Hand-carved from local mango wood by Liaqat and his team from Saharanpur in India.
    • Mandala design represents eternal life and connectedness.
    • Mango wood is sustainable, durable and water resistant.
    • A stunning centerpiece for your countertop or table.
    • Size: 16 x 16 inches.

  • The Makers

    Exquisitely hand-carved from mango wood by Liaqat from Saharanpur, India, which is known for its incredible woodwork. Here, origins of the craft can be traced back to the late 19th century.

    The craftsmanship requires a selection of simple tools, hours of manual labour and precision.

  • The Material

    Although the mango tree is best known for its delicious fruit, its wood has been used in India for over 4,000 years to construct palaces, temples and mosques thanks to its durability, water-repellent properties, beauty and strength.

    Not only is mango wood sustainable, it generates extra income for farmers once the trees have stopped bearing fruit and provides an affordable and easy to work with the material for artisans.