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Blue Khun Resham Cotton Handloom Fabric Two Layer Mask with Adjustable Cord

Blue Khun Resham Cotton Handloom Fabric Two Layer Mask with Adjustable Cord $4.98 SHIPPING & HANDLING: $50.00 DISCOUNT: $0.00 TIME TO DISPATCH: 0-2days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 50 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier



Material : Resham cotton handloom khun fabric, cotton lining, brass findings, cotton cords
Size : Length - 14 cm, Width - 10 cm, Thickness - 1 cm
"• The times are tough, but don’t let it dampen the festival spirit in you. Ba No Batwo presents ""वीण"" a collection of designer masks for this festive season. Celebrate wholeheartedly, celebrate responsibly. • Handmade masks are made with traditional Resham Khun Cotton Handloom Fabric. • Traditional weaving pattern of the fabric makes it elegant and texture and feel makes it breathable. • Adjustable belts are made of cotton fabric with No Elastic and brass findings. • Two Layer mask is Washable and Reusable. Care Instructions : Gentle hand wash with cold water. Store in a separate box. Keep away from fragrance. This item is not eligible for return. Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only All Ba No Batwo products are up cycled and handcrafted with utmost sincerity and care however due to delicate nature of work and human association, there may be slight discrepancies in the shape/ size/ texture and can not be considered as defects."

Country of Origin - India

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We are a bunch of creatures that absolutely adore and Respect both our biological as well as our ecological mother (Maa aur Dharti Maa). We are inspired by our mother’s craft and vision for re-creating beautiful things out of trash and converting them into a treasure (they call it ‘up-cycling’ these days ... well ... Indian mothers have been doing that for ages)
Driven by ancient Indian school of thought which encouRages us to live a sustainable life, our motto is to; Restore, revive, retain and re-interprete this thought by following three simple ‘sutras’ ; re... Read More