Lladro launches gifting options for the festive season

Lladro launches gifting options for the festive season

Lladro gifting options for the festive season IndiaOctober 10, 2013: Capturing the glorious moments and celebrations of life, Lladro has launched a selection of sculptures that makes rejoicing easier this festive season. Crafted with care and capturing the Indian ethos, Lladro offers its patrons The Ram Darbar, Goddess Lakshmi, Padmasana Ganesha and an extensive lighting range along with Lakshmi, Ganesha and Om Ram Darbar.

The addition of Lakshman and Hanuman sculptures to the Rama and Sita completes the Ram Darbar. A glorious offering, this sculpture inspires devotion. The beatific expressions on the faces of Rama and Sita are appropriately matched with the feeling of complete surrender in Hanuman. Lakshman’s devotion and pride on being at Rama’s side has been subtly captured. A great attention to detail in the finery, apparel and postures makes The Ram Darbar a perfect addition to a connoisseur’s collection.

Goddess of wealth and prosperity, Goddess Lakshmi has been recreated in porcelain with perfection. Bright colours, fine jewels and a great attention to details do justice to the sculpture as she raises her hand in blessings.

Lladro lighting is a range of lamps and chandeliers that illuminate various aspects of emotions with its international appeal as well as its Indian accent. With a complete new range, Lladro brings focus to the beautifully sculpted lamps. Crafted with classic Lladro perfection, the lighting range is a unique and wide-ranging presentation that adds a touch of elegance and finesse.

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