We were commissioned with 16 exact Makrana (a place in Rajasthan, India from where the marble for the Taj Mahal was excavated) marble Mughal style fountains by the Al-Sugair family of Bahrain.The client first sent us the pictures and the dimensions of the fountains that they wanted and we executed the project based on them.
The first step was to make the mechanism that would go underneath the fountain to spray the water. We are not engineers but to make sure that the client didn't have to go through the hassle, we employed our own engineers to design the spray mechanism without charging anything extra to the client.
The next step was to make the fountains themselves which were made in 4 separate parts so that the mechanism could be assembled easily underneath it. The fountains were made of pure white Makrana marble taking care that all 16 had the same shade of the marble.
The 16 fountains were shipped to the client and assembled by their workers. We had the pleasure of visiting their still under construction home in Bahrain. We also made 3 extra fountains free of charge and sent them to the client so that they could use them as a replacement in the future.