Returns and ExchangesThere are a few important things to keep in mind when returning a product you purchased.You can return unwanted items by post within 7 working days of receipt of your goods.
- You have 14 calendar days to return an item from the date you received it.
- Only items that have been purchased directly from Us.
- Please ensure that the item you are returning is repackaged with all elements.
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Stilt fishing is a fishing method unique to the people of Sri Lanka. The local stilt fishermen use stilts to catch their fish. These stilt fishermen located in Galle in Sri Lanka. This handcrafted still fisherman is made out of mahogany wood by skilled craftsman from Sri Lanka.Rs. 6,300.00 Add to cart
Generally speaking, a gemstone is a stone that is beautiful, rare, and durable (resistant to abrasion, fracturing and chemical reactions). Some minerals can be very beautiful, but they may be too soft and will scratch easily. Others are too common and are given a semi-precious status. Most gemstones have good hardness (above 5) and a high index of refraction (the higher the index of refraction the greater the sparkle). All gemstones have some characteristics falling short of perfection though; even the seemingly perfect Diamond. Most gems are silicates which can be very stable, hard minerals. A few gems are oxides and only one gem, diamond, is composed of a single element, carbon. There are also many gemstones that are not true minerals, but which are gemstone varieties of recognized minerals.Rs. 220,000.00 Add to cart
More than any other metal, brass adds a shine to a home. Every Sri Lankan family owns a collection of traditional brass-ware, often a treasured heirloom passed down generations. This Brass Candle Stand traditionally designed and manufactured in Sri Lanka.Rs. 2,250.00 Add to cart
Rush and reed plant species were once abundant in the wetlands of Sri Lanka and incorporated into the rice paddy fields, providing farmers with an additional resource to create household goods such as bags and mats. Above hand made reed lunch bag hand woven by a Sri Lankan Artisan.Rs. 3,300.00 Add to cart