A Carved Roheda Wood Daybed From Rajasthan Ca 1930.
Takhats were originally used as daybeds by the wealthy merchant classes in Rajasthan - particularly the Shekavati area
Dating back mostly to the 19th Century and early 20th Century, they were originally used as daybeds in wealthy merchants mansion houses called Haveli’s.
The word Takhat means throne
Takhats are mostly made from Roheda a variety of Acacia wood that grows in the Thar desert.
They make a perfect coffee table in both contemporary & period interiors
130 x 68 x 45 (w x d x h cms)
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