Manufacturer , exporter , whole seller and retailer of table tops , plates , boxes , tiles and Manufacturer of designer flooring we are specialized in products like Marble Inlay , Flooring Patterns , Semiprecious gems, Artistic stones Onyx , Handmade & Mosaic  in Agra , India

Marble Inlay also known as “Parchinkari”, “Pietra dure” (The art of inlaying semi-precious stone in Marble and Wood ) is the same art work which has been used on the walls and tombs of The TAJMAHAL Which is built by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in Agra (INDIA) In the 17 century. Mughal Inlay art is a remerkable feature of Mughal architecture in India and Inlay art was an instrument of dynamic expression in the great age of Mughal Empire and ShahJahan was the chief Patron of this work


MARBLE INLAY also known as “Parchinkari” or  “Pietre dure” is the same art work which hasbeen usedon the walls and tombs of TAJ MAHAL built by the Mughal Emperor Shahjahan in Agra (India)  in the 17th century and also in other Mughal monuments of Agra such as Agra fort, Itmatuddaula’s tomb

The Mughals of India used this art extensively in their architecture. A number of Mughal constructions in India are the glowing examples of this ancient art.

The art of inlay is a popular and highly appreciated form of art even in the modern era. It is still used extensively in making chests, boxes and musical instruments. The art is sure to possess its relevance even through the coming centuries

Inlay is an ancient decorative art. It involves inserting pieces of various materials into a base surface to form designs. The result can be highly picturesque and dazzling. This ancient technique is used to make decorative objects, furniture and floorings


semi-precious stone is a piece of mineralcrystal which, in cut and polished form, is used to make jewelry or other

Semi precious stones have always been a luxury status in interiors owing to their exotic and rare nature.The variety of colors and patterns found in a stone allow for a broad palette of possibilities

Beautiful floral and geometric patterns are  created using various natural semi-precious stones  LAPISLAZULI  (Afghanistan),  MALACHITE  (South  Africa),  TURQUOISE   (Iran),  CORAL   (Italy),   CORNELIAN (India),PAUA SHELL (New Zealand), Amethyst and many other stones such as Jade,Jasper.Agate etc.


Inlay is commonly used in the production of decorative furniture, where pieces of coloured wood, precious metals or even diamonds are inserted into the surface of the carcass using various matrices including clearcoats and varnishes.

 These bronzes were inlaid with silver and gold, and were decorated with intricate designs and inscriptions. While the technique of metalworking originated in Persia, the trade routes in Mosul shaped it.

The earliest use of metalworking was with copper, but with the addition of zinc, copper became brass. In Islamic areas, brass was used to make large braziers and dishes, but soon became proficient in creating ewers, basins, and other bronzes.

These would then be decorated with gold and silver through the technique of inlaying. The process of inlaying a precious metal on top of a less precious one is evident on most of the bronzes that came from Mosul.

A group of craftsman centered in Mosul created the Mosul school, which created an improved way of inlaying metals. This technique would bypass the earlier method of inlaying, especially when it came to silver. Strips of silver and gold were placed on undercut bronze and brass pieces in a way that when finished would show no irregularity.

This technique was later brought to other cities, including Damascus. The technique of Damascene, named after the city of Damascus, involved the metal being inlayed to be softer than the substrate metal;


The shining, playful, and reflected light of mother of pearl has attracted the attention of human beings since the beginning of the world. Societies, tribes, and nations have all added the technology of their day to their experience, knowledge, and understanding, and we have turned mother of pearl from one form into another.

It is known that mother of pearl and tortoiseshell were used in India in the 1560’s. In Indian Muslim objects however, ivory is predominant, and the gate of the Taj Mahal is a beautiful example of this.


In a wood matrix, inlays commonly use wood veneers, but other materials like shells, mother-of-pearl, horn or ivory may also be used. Pietre dure, or colored stones inlaid in white or black marbles, and inlays of precious metals in a base metal matrix are other forms of inlay

The arts of marquetry and inlay go back hundreds of years. New techniques allow for varied use of age-old applications, including stone inlays, metal inlays and even an outside vinyl deck inlay process. A wide selection of domestic and exotic hardwoods are also available for use in creating wood floor and furniture wood inlays, wood marquetry and an impressive collection of wood floor medallions.


AR INLAYS  has preserved this art in its most original form. In our workshops each masterpiece passes through various stages of creation

Step = 1

The first step involves getting a high grade of marble. The marble can be white, black, pink or green. The marble is then cut according to the size of the article to be made.

 Step = 2

 The semiprecious stones used in the inlay work were brought from many different places. Amber was brought from Myanmar, turquoise from Tibet, jade from Burma, lapis lazuli from Afghanistan  Malachite from South Africa , Abalone from New Zealand etc.

 Step = 3

The lapidary artists, who shape the selected gem stones on a hand driven tool . These artists demonstrate exceptional precision in transforming these gem stones in delicate floral motifs

 Step = 4

Once accomplished, the work is transferred to the next set of artisans who specialize in  setting of these gems in marble.

Using specially prepared glue, the gem stones are inlaid in specific grooves created for every individual pattern.

Step = 5

After the final polish for a high finish protective shine, a piece of the history is ready.

 Step = 6 At last the whole project is carefully checked by the trained eyes and hands of the “Ustad” before delivery .