Nirvana Class Wooden Wall Hanging Cross Handmade Antique Design Religious Altar Home Living Room Décor Accessory
|Price:||+ $8.80 Delivery|
|Item dimensions L x W x H||30.5 x 20.3 x 2.5 centimetres|
About this item
- Dimensions: 12" X 8" X 1"
- Hand crafted from finest quality rosewood, this cross comes with a rich and attractive polish. The cross has a wonderful dark walnut finish burnt with natural top coat and has alluring floral patterns on the surface that have been hand worked.
- Add it to your existing décor or fix it to your wall for giving a unique style and accent to your home. The crisp edges featured in a sleek design make it a contemporary style decorative.
- RELIGIOUS PURPOSE: You can use this cross during any religious ceremonies or even place it by your altar or any room you wish.
- Handmade by local artisans of India who enjoy creating these beautiful masterpieces. It is perfect for everyday use, wedding, events, aromatherapy, Spa, Reiki, and Meditation setting.
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Nirvana Class brings you hand-carved cross, designed with special attention. It comes in ready to hang condition, so you just have to put it anywhere you like! Specially hand carved by the local artisans of India. Every cross is unique due to the small detailing and color given to it. This cross when hung on the wall it will add classiness to the overall look of the wall. Gone are the days that cross where just hanged to the doors to keep away spirits, as now it is used for beautiful decorations. This attractive cross would make a perfect present idea for your pastor, church, teachers, friends and family.
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