Antique Oriental

Gifts, home accessories, furniture, architectural elements, tribal art, kilims and textiles are chosen personally by us during our frequent trips to Pakistan, India, Indonesia, China, Tibet, Mongolia, Turkey and Morocco.

The endless knot

The endless knot is one of the favorite and most used symbols Tibetan iconography. Having neither beginning nor end symbolizes the infinite knowledge and wisdom of the Buddha and the eternity of his teachings.

Kandahar on eBay

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Posted on Giu - 2 - 2015

After a long journey on typical Pakistani trucks, our merchandise, that had left from the Swat Valley in Northern Pakistan, arrived in Peshawar, where it was loaded onto a container which, by train, having travelled more than a thousand kilometers, […]

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Posted on Gen - 4 - 2014

With our furniture, we have helped furnish the most prestigious city houses, as well as mountain and seaside villas, not only in Italy, but in France, Switzerland, Germany, Russia, Greece and Turkey. Our furnishings have entered the dammusi in Pantelleria […]

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Posted on Mag - 30 - 2013

Behind Reinhold Messner, the great mountaineer, our portal in cedar wood from an old wooden mosque dating back to the early 19th century. This portal comes from a village in the Kohistan region, a high Swat valley in Northern Pakistan, […]

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Posted on Ott - 15 - 2012

A short video that only lasts two minutes to show you what Kandahar is today. Small cues that give you an idea of our company, from the showroom to the warehouse, from restoration to important details, witnesses to the quality […]

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Posted on Mar - 23 - 2012

Tibet has become the symbol of everything that contemporary man aspires to, either because it was lost, or because it still has not been understood, or again because it runs the risk of disappearing from the story of mankind. Tibet […]

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Posted on Mar - 23 - 2012

“He who even to a certain extent has reached the freedom of reason, can never feel anything but a wanderer on the Earth, not a traveller moving towards a final destination (…). When, silently, in the balance of the morning […]

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