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Artisanal ‘Seengh Ka Kaam’ Inspired Photo Frame


Inspired by horn work, these simple yet stunning photo frames draw attention to your most treasured memories. Frame size: 6.5x8.5 inches, Photo size: 4x6 inches.

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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

Remove dust and dirt with a clean, soft cloth.

“We are the 3rd generation of seengh ka kaam craftsmen and we are proud to have shared our work with over 15 countries” - Mohammed, maker.

  • A Masterpiece for Your Mantelpiece

    These stylish and eye-catching frames are inspired by geometric art and centuries-old ‘Seengh Ka Kaam’ (horn work) craft which is still practised today.

    Traditionally, it involves repurposing discarded bones and horns from slaughter houses. However, craftsmen have adapted this art form using individually hand cut pieces of MDF and plant-based resin to ethically-produce this array of frames that are visually striking and vegan-friendly. Aside from looking great on any mantelpiece, its soft, smooth finish also feels good in your hands when passed around the room for all to see.

    Suitable for both portrait and landscape orientation, its versatility makes the perfect gift for others or to treat yourself.

  • Product Summary

    • Handmade using MDF & resin by artisans from Sambhal, India.
    • Inspired by geometric art and Seengh Ka Kaam (horn work).
    • Simple yet stunning design.
    • Perfect frame for any mantelpiece or gifting.
    • Photo size: 4 x 6 inches, supports landscape and portrait orientations.

  • The Makers

    Drawing, cutting and piecing the design together requires great precision and patience – qualities that Mohammed and his team of artisans from Sambhal in India have perfected. The city is famous for this artistry which is under threat of being lost due to the lack of appreciation for the skill.

    For Mohammed and his team, sharing their work with the rest of the world is what they find most rewarding.

  • The Material

    Unlike its traditional form, this photo frame is carefully pieced together using individual, hand-cut shapes of sustainable MDF and varnished with a plant-based resin for a slick and glossy finish.