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New: Brazil container (new tea lights, geodes, Agates), Indonesia container (Bumble-bee, Sulfur), Mexico container (Calcites, Fluorite) Vietnam shipment (Porcupines / shells), and further expected: Cactus quartz from Boekenhouthoek / South Africa, Australia container (Mookaite, Tiger iron) and Madagascar container! 5 containers with over 80 tons of rough stones & 2 shipments with 6 tons of stones! Call and come by, or order via the website.

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Handmade Table (pallet handling - pick up € 55,- cheaper)

Handmade Table (pallet handling - pick up € 55,- cheaper)


Handmade Table (pallet handling - pick up € 55,- cheaper)


Beautiful furniture of exquisite natural materials such as teak, chrome and beautiful hand embroidered fabrics from Kashmir and Rajasthan.


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Very fine line of modern furniture made in Rajasthan, all handmade which guarantees a very high quality. Fantastic furniture in any classic or modern living room, and top timber from India.

Furniture and wooden decorations from Rajasthan in India are very popular, often small family businesses that make these beautiful furniture and decoration entirely by hand, over 30 years, we are at Timmersgems engaged in the import of this beautiful and affordable products. We visited a number of times myself Rajahstan and are very impressed with the families that make those products for us. In this way we indeed contribute a bit to society in India so that children can go to school and people have a form of existence. For the furniture and decorations they use various types of local wood that is very sturdy and yet easy to work with hand tools being used. This furniture is truly handmade in our eyes primitive tools and the result is very nice. Truly a piece of furniture from India to be proud of.

Rajasthan also known as Rajputana, the caste of Rajputs who reigned here since the 6th century about local kingdoms. They offered with varying success resistance to the Muslim Mughals who took in Rajasthan from the 16th century from Afghanistan region and by the middle of the 17th century, dominated most of the predominantly Hindu India. After the downfall of the Mogul Empire during the 18th century, the Maharaja's messengers then resisted the neighboring kingdoms of the Maratha and Pindaris. They asked taking the help of the British, who offered them in exchange for trade benefits support and protection, making the kingdoms of Rajasthan from the end of the 19th century colonial provinces of British India were, albeit with strong local autonomy. Since India's independence (1947), the kingdoms are an integral part of the Indian republic and fulfill the maharaja's no official function anymore.

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