Brass Swing Jhula Chain | Design:- Parrot-Men Guard-Elephant | Indoor Hanging Link | Approx 75.9" Each | Gold | Set of 4

Regular price M.R.P. (Incl. of all taxes): ₹66,420
SKU: IAV-BR-12-306


Mfd. Month/Year : Jan 2022,

Country Of Origin : INDIA

Manufacturer : Indian Art Villa

MRP : 66420

Material :- Brass

Length :- 75.9" Inch

Weight : 16940 Gram

Colour :- Gold

Design Component :- Parrot, Men Guard, Elephant Designer Chain.

Key Features :

Material: Made of brass, ensuring durability and a classic look. Crafted from Brass for strength and durability to provide years of enjoyment.

Design : The swing features intricate designs of Parrots, Men Guard, and Elephants, which are common motifs in traditional Indian art, adding a touch of cultural elegance to any indoor space.

Set of 4 : Comes in a set of four, making it suitable for larger spaces or for those who wish to have multiple swings for a cohesive look.

Description :

Indian Art Villa Brass Swing Jhula Chain is a masterpiece of traditional craftsmanship, exuding elegance, cultural richness, and timeless beauty. Crafted meticulously from high-quality brass, each swing chain is a testament to the skilled artisans who have honed their craft over generations. At the heart of its design are three iconic motifs: the Parrot, Men Guard, and Elephant, each holding significant cultural symbolism in Indian art and mythology. The Parrot, a symbol of love and fidelity, is intricately crafted with delicate details, evoking a sense of romance and charm. The Men Guard, standing tall and proud, represents strength, protection, and valor, embodying the noble qualities of guardianship and duty. Meanwhile, the majestic Elephant, revered as a symbol of wisdom, prosperity, and good fortune, adds a regal touch to the design, symbolizing power, stability, and grace. Indian Art Villa Brass Swing Jhula Chain with the Parrot, Men Guard, and Elephant motifs is not just a piece of decor but a symbol of heritage, tradition, and artistic excellence, destined to be cherished for generations to come.


  • Dissolve 1 teaspoon of salt into one-half cup of vinegar, and add flour until the mixture becomes a paste. Rub into the brass, leave for about 10 minutes, then rinse with warm water and buff dry.
  • Combine the juice of half a lemon with a teaspoon of baking soda and stir until it becomes a paste. Apply the paste with a soft cloth. If the tarnish is heavy, let the piece sit with the paste on it for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water and dry.
  • If you want to keep brass feeling natural, you should choose to apply wax regularly over lacquer. Like other metals, brass has a reflective surface that shines when the metal is new, but tarnishes over time and becomes dull and spotted.