May 21, 2019 3 min read


We've just unpacked some fantastic new pieces of Indian antique furniture from Rajasthan. Now available to view in our showroom. 

New Container of Indian Antique Furniture Arrived into our Warehouse.

On our most recent buying trip, we looked for something a little different, meaning we had a real mix of beautiful antiques & also hand painted furniture. Here's a list of recent arrivals with photographs. 

A selection of hand carved mirrors from our latest Indian shipment

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19th century Indian Door from Gujarat - A5889

Iron bound doors from Gujarat are often beautifully painted with natural mineral colours. The red comes from cinnabar and there is also light sea green pastel colouring made from a mix of ultramarine & ochre. Made from solid teak wood with intricate carving on the door frame and carved elephant corbels on the top corners of the door frame (see far left image.)

This door is unusual in that it is tall enough to be used in a western interior. It can be built into a home to become the envy of any guest and even has the original wrought iron lock hasp and staple. It also has original brass ring pull handles The door frame also comes apart for delivery. 


Large Antique Indian architectural door, red & green painted A5889 Indian Architectural Door with iron locking and studs Elephant Corbel from Antique Indian Door

8 - 10 Seater Dining Table - A5968

Designed by the Indigo team & seating 8 to 10 persons, this dining table is made in solid Indian reclaimed teakwood in the traditional style of a British refectory table. With exposed grain, grey smokey tones & beautifully hand carved with butterfly joint detailing, it's rustic feel allows it to fit into any contemporary setting or rural farmhouse.

We currently have two of these tables available and one on display in our showroom.


Closeup or Indian grey stained wood dining table Reclaimed Indian Wood Dining Table Reclaimed Indian Wood Dining Table Leg Detail

Teak & Mango Wood Mirrors

Our most recent delivery from our last Indian buying trip contained a fantastic range of Indian mirrors made from teak wood & mango wood. Most of our mango wood mirrors are painted. Our favorite being the portrait Gothic style featured below making for the perfect leaner mirror or wall mounted hall mirror. 

Mango wood is also a sustainable alternative to woods like walnut & oak used regularly in western furniture production meaning you can furnish your home with a clean conscience and a beautiful mirror at the same time!


Various ornately carved Indian mango wood and antique mirrors Ornately carved Indian mango wood mirror A5900 A5898 Carved ornate Indian large mirror

19th century Glazed Hand painted Doors from Bikaner, India - A5831

Bikaner, in the desert state of Rajasthan has always been renowned for it's vivid painting with deep greens & reds and floral designs using mineral pigments. These glazed doors date from mid 1800's and are an exquisite representation of Bikaner design.

They would have been fitted inside a wealthy merchant's haveli, hence their excellent condition. They'd look great in any modern interior either wall mounted or to be used in your home as a walk through door. 


Glazed Doors from Bikaner Detail of Bikaner Doors Antique Hand Painted Glazed Bikaner Doors

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DIRECTIONS TO INDIGO FROM THE M4
Turn off  the M4 at junction 15 towards Marlborough
At Marlborough take the A345 in the direction of Pewsey
Carry on through Pewsey & after 2-3 miles you will come to Manningford
The Indigo Warehouse is on the left shortly after the signpost for Manningford on the A345
Satnavs will try to take you off the A345 - ignore them!
The journey from London takes approx. 2 hours.

 

DIRECTIONS TO INDIGO FROM LONDON M3
Take the M3 heading West
After Basingstoke take the A303 Westbound.
At the Countess Services Roundabout take the A345 North
At the Woodbridge Inn roundabout turn right staying on the A345, following the signs to Pewsey.
Go through Manningford staying on the A345 (approx 1mile)
Indigo is on the right (a long red brick farm building)
Satnavs will try to take you off the A345 - ignore them!
For the technically minded our gps map co-ordinates are:

51°19'16.8"N 1°47'49.2"W

 

By Train
We are about 1 hour from London Paddington Station. Our nearest station is Pewsey less than 10 minutes away.
We can collect you from the station by prior arrangement

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