Journey back in time with this vintage brass door knocker handcrafted with twin mythical yalis and peacocks - A true testament to the skill and craftsmanship of Indian artisans showcasing the rich craftsmanship of a bygone era.
Often represented in many south Indian temples and seen sculpted onto the pillars, the yali as per Hindu mythology is said to be a guardian creature, described to be more powerful than the lion, the tiger, or the elephant.
Protecting human beings both physically and spiritually, the Yali is regarded to be a fearless beast, possessing supremacy over the animal world and a symbolic representation of man's struggle with the elemental forces of nature.
Mounted on a hand-engraved round floral brass plate, this mid-century-inspired knocker evokes an age-old charm, making it the perfect addition to your main door.
Height of the door knocker 12 cm x Width 12 cm
The round floral door plate / base has a diameter of 10 cm
Distance between the door knocker and the base is 7 cm.
Weight : 1.25 kilograms
Note: A nut bolt behind the circular plate has been provided for installation of the knocker.