A magnificently carved Antique Wood Frame with Iron Jali truly and comprehensively depicts the great Indian architectural skills. Those who have ever visited India would tell you of having seen a number of such masterpiece creations fitted in historical Indian forts and palaces. “Jali” is the Indian term for a perforated stone or latticed screen that may consist of wood or iron. It displays an ornamental pattern taking the shape of latticework. A Jali like this typically uses free flowing geometric patterns. Each antique wood and iron piece like this is built after putting in a lot of thinking and hard work, so that the outcome is nothing but the best in the world. Even today, these classical wooden frame Jali windows from India are perceived as a great decorative item because of their strength and beauty. Not only the iron Jali equipped wooden frames protect the room from direct sunlight but it also keeps the interiors cool with free passage of air.