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Sandalwood

Sandalwood was a popular material used in 19th-century Indian furniture,  and objects. It was highly prized for its fragrant scent, insect deterrent, and its durability, making it an ideal material for crafting furniture and objects that would last for generations. Sandalwood was often carved into intricate designs, making the furniture and objects highly decorative. The wood was also used to make boxes, chests, and other storage containers, as well as trays and bowls. Sandalwood furniture and objects were often given as gifts and were highly sought after by elite clients. The use of sandalwood in furniture and objects was a sign of status and wealth in 19th-century India, and these pieces are still highly sought after today.

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