is one brilliant page in Rajasthan's cultural and civilization history. Due
to nature’s inconceivable works and mankind craftsmanship our predecessors had
left behind for us the historical seal, which enhance the appreciation,
admiration and sensation that follows the locus of beauty.
Ashok Sharma an ex-serviceman of Indian Air Force
formed 'Prince International' as
pioneer in Sandstone Carving in
(Rajasthan) region i.e. toughest among the Indian
Sandstone in the year 2001. Prince International, is a professionally managed family owned business house having
its root since the generations.
Situated in the
region with approx 250
stone mines around
Jodhpur, we are best
accessible to the raw material source having richest deposits of
Sand Stone in
Mr. Ashok Sharma always
travel to view great works of Stone Carving as often as possible in order to
have an idea of the work our predecessors left having been our best teacher.
We realize that meeting the standards of craftsmanship established by
millennia of skilled and dedicated artisans, was and is a spiritual endeavor.
We have developed not only physical skill, but we also cultivate the spiritual
aspects of our work. Although we make beautiful things, our work also has
content, a symbolic meaning. We try to include ideas of our client’s meanings
during the design process. Our work is not just beautiful
incorporated ideas of our customers. Our goal is to amplify the voice of yours
through the chisel Carving the
Our products are in variety
of Natural Stones and includes hand
Carved Natural Stone fireplace mantles,
fountains, columns, window and door frames, table bases, counter tops,
exterior stone cladding, front elevations, flooring, archways, pedestal sinks,
counter top sink bowls, urns, as well as any custom design work which the
client might need.
Stone Carving is an ancient
activity where pieces of rough Natural Stone are shaped by the
controlled removal of stone. Owing to the permanence of the material,
evidence can be found that even the earliest societies indulged in some form
of stone work.
Work carried out by paleolithic societies to create flint tools is more often
referred to as knapping. Stone Carving that is done to produce
lettering is more often referred to as lettering.
Stone Carving differs from stone quarrying in that it is the act
of shaping or incising the stone, whereas quarrying is the activity of
acquiring useful stone, usually in blocks, from geological sources.
The term Stone Carving is of particular significance to sculptors being
a reference to a particular way of producing sculpture, as opposed to
modelling in clay or casting. The term also refers to the activity of masons
in dressing stone blocks for use in architecture, building or civil
engineering. It is also a phrase used by archaeologists, historians, and
anthropologists to describe the activity involved in making some types of