Soapstone Lamps and Lighting(36 items)
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Got this for prayer room. Absolutely love it
This is very nice piece of art work. although the color was bit darker shade then the picture. I wouldve liked it to be little lighter shade. But over all good item.
Such a beautifully crafted piece! The owls are enchanting and the attention to detail is remarkable. An amazing value for such a unique work of art! It will be cherished!
Gulam Rasool Carved soapstone candleholders and home decor
"After years of hard work, I was honored with a state award for excellence…. Today, I am proud to mention that I have earned a name for myself in the art of jali work."
I have worked with you since 2004 and you have given me a platform to exhibit my craft to the whole world. My stone czrvings are appreciated and your purchases helped me to achieve success in life.
My work increased and I was able to have a stable income. This... read more
Popular Soapstone Lamps and Lighting
Handcrafted Soapstone Candle Holders Set 2, "Fig Leaf"
A symbol of optimism and of life itself, fig leaves poise on spiral stems. Gulam Rasool is a master at traditional or openwork carving. Working in soapstone, he crafts a beautiful pair of candleholders for the romantic glow of tea lights.
Natural Soapstone Candle Holder Hand Made Jali Pair Set, "Tea Roses"
Blooming on airy globes, roses bring their charm to this design. Gulam Rasool is a master at traditional or openwork carving. Working in soapstone, he crafts a beautiful pair of candleholders for the romantic glow of tea lights.
Handcrafted Soapstone Leaf and Tree Candle Holder, "Light the World"
Covering a globe with fertile promise, lavish leaves bring their beauty to this design. Gulam Rasool is a master at traditional or openwork carving. Working in soapstone, he crafts a beautiful candleholder for the romantic glow of a tea light.
Soapstone Elephant Incense Holder Box, "The King's Elephants"
For Gulam Rasool, soapstone's natural grain evokes an elephant's wrinkled hide. He carves this box by hand in the shape of three elephants, painting more pachyderms on the sides. Silken caps and blankets identify them as the king's own animals. The elongated box is designed to hold incense sticks, with perforations to let the fragrance perfume the room. Three holes at one end are designed to hold the sticks when burning.