The furniture of Rajasthan displays grandeur and elegance and allows you to decorate your home like a palace or haveli’s. Carvings on chests, chairs, cradles and low tables are further embellished with brass sheet work or painted with dancing figures or painted with dancing figures or embellished with brass sheet work or painted with dancing figures or embellished with hunting scenes.
Ramgarh (Shekhawati), Barmer and Bikaner are known for their carved wooden doors, chairs and boxes with fretted brass as decorative element. Tilonia furniture stands out for its fine embroidery work done on leather. Other notable furniture is Patra, plated with white metal and the art of taarkashi (wire inlay) and lacquer work. Finely carved wooden blocks used for textile printing are also in demand and are often converted into doorknobs or bookends. You can also pick up painted jewellery boxes make of wood.