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Blue rectangle Hand Painted Flip Flop Vintage Bottke Wooden Frame With Ajanta Art On both sides

Blue rectangle Hand Painted Flip Flop Vintage Bottke Wooden Frame With Ajanta Art On both sides $76.92 $53.85 PRODUCT CODE: PBWFR2. SHIPPING & HANDLING: $76.92 DISCOUNT: 30% TIME TO DISPATCH: 0-2days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 5 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier



Material : Repurposed wooden frame, Discarded plastic Bottles, Canvas, Jute
Size : Length - 25.5 cm, Width - 19 cm, Thickness - 4 cm
"• Beautiful combination of painting and mural, this collection of Plastic Bottle Wooden frames are sure to add life to your living spaces. • These creative pieces are hand painted from both the sides so it can be flip and change as per the decor. • The piece of art is made with reclaimed wood and upcycled with discarded plastic bottles and canvas. • Each of the pieces is individually hand painted by artist. • Design inspired by Indian traditional folk painting like Pattachitra, Kerala Murals and Cheriyal paintings makes you feel close to our villages and our roots. • Perfect to decorate your spaces and also as a great gift to special ones! • The creative piece is best example of sustainable art. • All Ba No Batwo products are upcycled 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 cannot 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 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-interpret this thought by following three simple ˜sutra's ; reduce, reuse, ... Read More