Off White Hand embroidered Mirrorwork Handbag

Off White Hand embroidered Mirrorwork Handbag

Banjara Stitches

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Ablakaam or mirrorwork bags with intricate designs on the shoulder strap. Each sparkling mirror is composed & hand embroidered on handspun, handwoven Charaka cottons. The beautiful guddi or doll dangles are made from leftover blockprint or Ajrakh chindis or scraps. Each doll is adorned with a pretty odni, little pieces of beaded jewelry & little tilklis or bindis. Each element is made with care & love. 
The bag comes with a zipper closure, cotton lining & 2 pockets - 1 small pocket or change & another zipper pocket.
Dulari ji has been doing Kutch embroidery for decades. Along with her husband Harish, she has trained a team of artisans in embroidery & tailoring. 
Charaka works to employ & enable the Heggodu residents. They are taught the weaving, dyeing & production process and enabled to start their own units who work with the mother organization. 

Shipping and Returns

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Free shipping pan india | Dispatched in 3 working days | Returns accepted within 3 days

Measurements

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10 inches (h) x 15 inches (w), 28 inches Ablawork handle

Color

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Off-White

Material

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Handloom Cotton

Weight

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500 gms

Care

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Handwash gently in soft detergent if required

SKU

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BMKBC3

Ablakaam or mirrorwork bags with intricate designs on the shoulder strap. Each sparkling mirror is composed & hand embroidered on handspun, handwoven Charaka cottons. The beautiful guddi or doll dangles are made from leftover blockprint or Ajrakh chindis or scraps. Each doll is adorned with a pretty odni, little pieces of beaded jewelry & little tilklis or bindis. Each element is made with care & love. 
The bag comes with a zipper closure, cotton lining & 2 pockets - 1 small pocket or change & another zipper pocket.
Dulari ji has been doing Kutch embroidery for decades. Along with her husband Harish, she has trained a team of artisans in embroidery & tailoring. 
Charaka works to employ & enable the Heggodu residents. They are taught the weaving, dyeing & production process and enabled to start their own units who work with the mother organization. 

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