Marble Handicrafts in Taj Mahal Makrana marble.
Mumtaz Gallery is specialized in Taj Mahal Makrana marble, and in the hand-carving of marble products in solid marble blocks using craftsmanship passed on from generations from the time of the Mughal Era
.The Founder of Mumtaz Gallery is Makhmoor Ali Choudhri, who learnt the marble craftsmanship from his Late father Mumtaz Ali Choudhri, who learnt his skills from the pioneer himself Late Shaukat Ali Choudhri who actually made the base and gave the platform for further generations to learn and succeed in the Art of marble carving on solid marble blocks.
Some of the prominent projects taken by this family has been the 20 years of relationship with the Bohra community who got most of their Roza projects/mausoleum completed in Mumbai, Jamnagar and other cities in India from the late Shaukat Ali Choudhri who are based in Makrana City, in District Nagaur in Rajasthan.
Having their own Quarry’s which produce all the five varieties of Makrana marble The Makrana white, Albeta Marble, Dungri, Makrana Pink, and the kumari.
Mumtaz Gallery has a a range of marble handicrafts, makrana marble and Granite.
Makrana white, Albeta, Kumari,Dungri and Makrana oink are the varieties of Makrana marble.
Marble dining table with marble top or glass are both available at our workshop.
Inlay art or Pietra Dura art got famous during the mughal era while making the taj Mahal..
Masjid decor of making mehrab,mimbar in solid marble is a specialization of Mumtaz Gallery.
Marble handicarfts come in many forms from decorative vases to home interiors such as lamps and fruit bowls.
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