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Gandhanra Handmade Tissue Box Holder,Tibetan Architecture,Potala Palace Style ,Tibetan Ethnic Crafts For Home Decor

Gandhanra Handmade Tissue Box Holder,Tibetan Architecture,Potala Palace Style ,Tibetan Ethnic Crafts For Home Decor





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❤Present the classic Tibetan-style architectural structure on your desktop, give gifts from Tibet to your friends, and always remember the legends of Tibet. ❤All our crafts are directly handmade from small artisans in Tibet with love and prayers. When you purchase this craft it helps and support the artisan and their families in Tibet. Your support is highly appreciated. ❤Details Material: Wooden board, solid wood base, paint Regional Feature: Tibet Theme: Potala Palace Production process: 100% handmade Size: Outer box:Length 16cm, width 11cm, height 10.5cm Inner box(fit for tissue):Length 14cm, width 10cm, height 8cm Wood base: Length 17cm, width 13cm Weight: 400g ackage Include: 1 * Tissue Box ❤About Architecture of Tibet Architecture of Tibet contains Chinese and Indian influences but has many unique features brought about by its adaptation to the cold, generally arid, high-altitude climate of the Tibetan plateau. Buildings are generally made from locally available construction materials, and are often embellished with symbols of Tibetan Buddhism. For example, private homes often have Buddhist prayer flags flying from the rooftop. Religious structures fall into two main types: temples, which are used for religious ceremonies and worship; and stupas (Chörtens), which are reliquaries and symbols. Temples (gompas) come in a great variety of styles, generally reflecting local architectural traditions. The design of the Tibetan Chörtens can vary, from roundish walls in Kham to squarish, four-sided walls in Ladakh. Typically, Tibetan structures are constructed of natural materials such as stone, clay, and wood. Walls that are constructed of stone or rammed earth may be up to a meter thick at the base. In large structures such as temples and manor homes, walls slope inward to create an illusion of greater height. Windows are usually small because the walls are so heavy that large openings would make the structure weak and unstable. ❤NOTICE 1.This thangka is made to order, it will takes about 3-5 days to complete and ship. 2.Please allow 1-2cm error due to manual measurement. 3.The color may have different as the difference display. Please make sure you do not mind before you bid.
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