This Royal Indian Jhula Swing is exquisitely handcrafted and painted by Skilled Indian Craftsman. This crafted wooden swing is a perfect blend of true craftsmanship, ecstatic designs, intricate carvings and top quality material.
Elegant back carvings and front decorative design is remanence of the culture of Gujarat & Rajasthan from 9th century. These carvings were especially found in the homes of the royals. These swing sets used to be found in the balconies and patios in front of the royal garden palaces of Gujarat. This Indoor Jhula Swing has two beautifully carved pillars on each side of the Swing.
The pillars are strong and structurally tested to provide a stable and safe seating. Ideal for a large room, loft, balcony or any other indoor area. Indoor swing set has pure brass chains without any iron screw and brass chains are rust free to last long. The swing is made with premium quality wood that is resistant to termite and highly fine in texture.
Easy Assembly, no tools required
NOT for outdoor use.
Dimensions: 89"W X 46"D X 83"H
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