Lladro unveils limited edition sculpture

Published: 11th September 2013 10:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th September 2013 10:02 AM   |  A+A-


Ram Darbar, a special limited edition porcelain sculpture was unveiled at the Lladro Bergamo Mall Boutique by Angeles Lladro, vice-president, Lladro, on Tuesday.

Drawing from the Hindu iconography, the sculpture has the divine couple, Ram and Sita along with Lakshman and Hanuman, depicted in their traditional kneeling posture. The sculpture, made in Spain, has intricate designs, all handcrafted, said a staff at the store.

Speaking on the occasion, Angeles said, “I believe that the country is at its high during the festive season, so it’s pleasure to introduce Ram Darbar, just before Diwali.” She also added that the evolution of these designs and themes is an inspiration from the rich heritage and traditions that exist in India. The unveiling of the sculpture also marks the celebration of the brand’s completion of 60 years.

Angeles’ visit also served as a perfect platform for Lladro’s customers to get their pre-booked sculptures signed by the member of the Lladro family herself.

Inviting Angeles for the signing event, an annual affair carried out by the brand, Nikhil Lamba, COO, Brand Lladro, SPA Lifestyle Pvt Ltd said that he hoped Ram Darbar, the latest addtion to their collection, would be accepted by the customers like the rest of their creations.

Ram Dabar is a part of The Spirit of India collection, which includes other sculptures such as goddess Lakshmi, Ganesha series, divine love, Radha Krishna, Sacred cow, Indian Dance among others.

Available in limited edition of 1,800 pieces, the scultpure is priced at `18,10,000, as mentioned by the staff.


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