A marble mosaic in a marbled window sill is worth a lot, says the Times of Indian.
Marbles have long been a common part of India’s decor, from the ornamental wooden window sashes that once adorned the walls of temples to the ancient marble pillars that line the ancient Ganga riverbed.
The marble window silla is one of India ‘s most prized objects, prized for its rarity and its decorative value.
But now, its worth more than 1,500 rupees ($1,890), more than twice the cost of a typical marble shower.
Mosaics are the most common decorative ornament for Indian architecture, with the largest number of marbles in homes and commercial buildings, and a smaller number of sculptures and decorative pieces.
They have become a luxury in India , where they are a part of Indian culture and often are not covered by home and commercial insurance policies.
The marble mosaic sill has a carved face, and the mosaic tiles are often carved from granite.
There are many varieties of marble tiles in India, ranging from small squares and cylinders to large pieces.
The most expensive tiles are marble with large, ornamental motifs that are more expensive than the smaller, less valuable tiles.
Marbles are usually carved from limestone, which is often quarried from a quarry that has been damaged by rain or floods.
It is also a difficult material to work with, because they are highly sensitive to humidity and the temperature.
They can become brittle when exposed to moisture, as well as brittle in the sun.