The artful craft screams sophistication with its intrinsic creativity and thoughtful skill. The Persian blue cotton handbag with cane handles is the envy of others shoulders. The bag depicts a vibrant base with ikat and patch work with hand block print and colourful lambani embroidery. Dash of mirror work adds on to the beauty of the hand-woven piece. Ideally suited for all types of causalities, it is highly spacious, lightweight and assured of fine workmanship that showcases superior finish and perfect stitching.
Width: 12.5 inches, Height: 15 inches, Handles Height: 7 inches
Specially for You:
- 1. The roomy bag fits in all your daily requirements like your books, pens, papers and make up
- 2. Two pockets in its interior, one with zipper enclosure
- 3. Apt for all your western, indo western and Indian casual wear
The dexterity comes from Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra, Karnataka where the craftsperson, rather than the craft, that is the focal point of the Kendra. The Artisans of Sandur Kushala Kala Kendra are Lambanis, belonging to a nomadic tribe more commonly called banjara. Having no permanent homes their aesthetic sense was apparent in their clothes, mode of transport, and few personal belongings. Universally, the use of needle and thread is to primarily embellish clothing and other articles of everyday use.Social Impact:
At Craftsvilla we are dedicated to supporting the artisans, who have preserved our rich and diverse heritage and culture and are now finding it difficult to sustain it. We support them by providing them employment and bringing to the world their priceless art in the form of our products. Often we have been able to revive a form of art dying out, due to lack of funds and provide a source of income to countless families. Taking this one step further we have also established a Craftsvilla fund in support of these artisans.