An Indian architectural lintel is a horizontal beam usually made from thick wood placed over doors or windows in traditional Indian architecture. It serves as a support for the structure above and also as a decorative element, often carved with intricate designs, motifs, and sculptures. The lintel is a common feature in Hindu and Buddhist temples, palaces, and other monumental buildings from ancient to medieval times in India. 

This antique Indian lintel features an alternating geometric jali and scrolled motif. Carving has a washed sun bleached teak finish and shows age and wear, including some chips and cracks.

  • * Era: Antique
  • * Dimensions: 40.5" (L) x .5" (D) x 2.5"(H) 
  • * Material: Teak
  • * Color: Sun-bleached
  • * Condition: Wear consistent with age & use, blemishes and imperfections will be present. These are not to be consider defects but rather part of its character & historical value.

Found in Southern India.

  • **Please bear in mind that colors of products shown may vary slightly from their original color due to monitor display settings or photography studio lighting.
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1800's Carved Varanasi Teak Lintel (Trade)
  $495.00

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