Anglo Indian

During the 19th century, Anglo-Indian decorative and fine arts were a unique blend of Indian and British styles. This style of art and furniture was created by the British colonialists who were living in India during this time. The style was heavily influenced by traditional Indian craftsmanship, but it also included elements of British design. Anglo-Indian art and furniture featured intricate carvings, bright colors, and detailed inlays. These pieces were often highly decorated with floral and animal motifs, and they often featured a mix of both European and Indian styles. Anglo-Indian art and furniture were highly sought after during the 19th century, and it remains popular today as a symbol of the unique cultural blend that existed during this time.

Key materials: Ebony, Satinwood 


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