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From fruit to furniture: the magic of mango wood.

From fruit to furniture: the magic of mango wood. The central building of the mango wood workshop is surrounded by an outdoor area, in which young mango trees grow. These particular trees, their leaves dusted with a fine coating of sawdust, aren’t here to be harvested. They’re a symbol for the carpenters and the carvers: men from Uttar Pradesh who honed their skills on the wood of a mango tree, crafting furniture for their villages before moving on to the artisan workshops of Jaipur.

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Tell us about yourself.

Tell us about yourself. Late afternoon sunlight streams into the workshop, Satya uprights himself from the electric saw and gives us a sober look. “I come from the Rajputs caste, the warrior caste,” he says. “Most of my family is in the army.” We ask him if he’d prefer to be in the army, he smiles and shakes his head. That’s not for him. He’s a peaceful man.

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Hand-crafted from start to finish – crafting the Claude petite chest.

Hand-crafted from start to finish – crafting the Claude petite chest. Luna runs his hand over the freshly cut curves of the Claude petite chest’s front. The shape is serpentine, undulating elegantly. “This is one of my favourite pieces to make,” he says. “Specifically because of the curves in the drawer front. As a carpenter, making something clean and straight is nice, but it doesn’t compare to carving our curves.”

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