If you were to visit India today, you would see innumerable Indian forts and palaces replete with Jalis similar to this masterful creation. Jali is the Indian term for a perforated stone or latticed screen. Each antique wood and iron piece conveys its own significant history. A Jali is an Indian screen, often decorated with handcrafted perforations, and this specific Jali is impressive. Each Jali in our collection is chosen for its patterns and beauty, each delightful enough to make a genuine statement.
Today, traditional wooden Jali windows are used as highly valued decorative pieces. The iron hardware lattice and intricate carvings are highly sought after. This screen’s metal latticework was crafted in a crisscross pattern, laying the lathes over and under each other for a mesmerizing effect.
An intricately carved Jali window frame illustrates one of India’s greatest architectural achievements. The pattern prevents harsh sunlight from flooding into the room yet illuminates the space with geometrical shapes of light and shadows. This particular piece will immediately add a magical aura to your home.