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Peach Mobile Cover

Sold by : Saanvi Home Shoppee 1.9/ 5

Shipping Cost :
  • Free shipping in India
  • 250 outside India
Estimated Delivery Time :
6-8 working days
SKU : SANDBG000011
Cash on Delivery is not available.


Work Mirror Work
Type Purse
Material Cotton
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Grab on this decorative multipurpose pouch that is crimson with hand block print, lambani embroidery and mirror work. This distinctive piece crafted in cotton, available in colourful work and a unique look is a safety container for your usual contents such as pens, pencils, money and mobile. Its crimson braided shoulder handles add on to the beauty of your outfit as it adapts itself the way you want to carry it and easily fits in your daily bag too. More than an accessory, it creates a style statement that is a set apart from the usual rest. Size: Width: 4 inches, Height: 7.5 inches, Handles Height: 18 inches Specially for You: 1. Easily fits your contents 2. You do not need to carry another purse for money. You can use the same 3. Velcro enclosure 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.