We are excited to announce that, after a few years of hiatus, we are reintroducing ‘Sheesham Furniture,’ also known as Indian Rosewood or Dalbergia sissoo.
We’ll be delighted to offer petite, solid wood handcrafted Sheesham furniture pieces made from Indian Rosewood, which is regarded as the gold standard in timber.
Sheesham wood is well-known for its distinctive grain pattern, hardwood texture and natural finish.
By March, we hope to have a small collection of Sheesham furniture on the market.
As part of our unwavering commitment to responsible forestry and sustainability, we will be unable to offer larger pieces of furniture such as sideboards, dining tables, and so on due to regulatory reasons.
As part of our international linear supply chain methodology, all Sheesham furniture will be shipped directly from India, catering to all three service verticals, namely Dropship, Trade, and Wholesale.
Enjoy the unrivalled grain configuration, which is supported by skilled artisans’ craftsmanship.
Sheesham wood is a type of tropical hardwood that grows in the forests of India and Pakistan. It has been used for furniture for centuries, and it’s one of the most popular woods for use in furniture today.
The wood is characterized by its durability and strength, which makes it ideal for furniture that will be moved around frequently. It can also be stained to look like other types of woods, which makes it an ideal choice for people who want to create pieces that look like they were made from different kinds of wood.
Sheesham wood has been used in India since ancient times, where it was used by kings and queens as well as commoners. Today, sheesham is often used to make tables, chairs, cabinets and other types of furniture used indoors or outdoors.