The Deshi Gallery is essentially a fusion of frames with silks, embroidered linens, and rich brocade fabrics designed into table service accessories. Wait now – did we say silk, for tableware? Well, that’s what The Deshi literally brings to the table. They have blended traditional materials like wood and ceramic and weaved them with fabric to create a very unique serving experience. The Deshi Gallery offers a stunning collection of tissue paper holder, pictures, trays, candle stands, customized framing, and exquisite jacquard silk bedspreads and runners.
The brand also has a set of very uniquely designed wall art, with fabrics as the base frame material that goes very well with brass art.
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TYPES/RANGE OF PRODUCTS
The Deshi Gallery’s primary repertoire right now includes a range of servings trays, paper napkin trays, tissue paper holder, and cutlery boxes for kitchen and tableware. These trays are underlined with foam as to protect the wooden surfaces.They have a good collection of work with frames and framed artefacts, once again using high end silks and Jacquards to transform the piece.
We loved their idea of blending wall art and table art where baroque brass designs of spoons are framed to make beautiful wall art frames. We also loved their work on the Buddha mask and Ganesha wall art motif along with the wooden serving trays.
UNIQUE FINDS- Trays|Candle stands|Customized Framing|Exquisite Jacquard silk bed spreads & Runners
“I love art in all forms, and home decor is my passion. One day, I just started with picture framing and this just extended into other accessories. Deshi as a brand would never be limited by any specific segment, we shall keep creating items that will make your living space more beautiful”, say’s’ Gitanjali.
For the Deshi team , a proud moment was when Gitanjali had met someone at a party who while looking for a special gift for a well known Mumbai industrialist ,bought a Deshi Tray set from an exhibition held in Singapore! It was a wow moment for everyone when they realized that the item is made in India.