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 a finely carved Ganesha figure in the center with inverted leaf work around it . Carving has a darkened brown teak finish with remnants of original painted orange color in the center.

  • * Era: Antique
  • * Dimensions: 46.5" (L) x 5" (H) 
  • * Material: Wood
  • * Color: Natural
  • * 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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