Material : Kalamkari Cotton and Raw Silk
Size : L*W*H: 6*10.5*1 inches (Length: Top to Bottom, Width: Side to Side, Height: Sides)
We are presenting you this gorgeous piece of Kalamkari clutch hand blocked with the images of village life on a Maroon base. Kalamkari is a hand block technique and this fabric comes from the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. Its a soft bound clutch with a hard bound flap. It has one spacious compartment for your cash, wallet and mobile and a small zip inside for your cards. The clutch is secured by a zip on top. The gorgeous clutches look graceful and are extremely lightweight to carry. They can be carried inside handbags as wallets as well as separate clutches. This collection, part of The Upcycle Project, is born put of our process excellence where every piece of fabric is used. We have put together this collection using the fabric left over from our various collections. Sustainability is not a choice for us. It is built in our DNA Care recommendation: Dry Clean only Note: Our bags are made ethically and are animal cruelty free. We source our fabrics directly from weaving houses or cooperatives. Since all the bags are hand crafted using traditional hand-woven/hand-blocked fabrics, if you see certain slubs on the fabric or smudge of color around hand block work, it is because of the very nature of the handcrafted process. These imperfections/variations do not compromise the aesthetics or functionality of the handbag and are hallmark of handmade work. Every piece is unique in itself!
Country of Origin - India
ABOUT Chanchal - Bringing Art to Life
At CHANCHAL, we explore the rich heritage of Indian Art and Craft; and create product lines that are rooted in Indiaâ€™s local culture yet contemporary. Breaking away from the obsession for standardization and perfection, we intend to bring the uniqueness, beauty and perspective of the "Imperfect" through our products.
We work with artists and craftsmen across the length and breadth of India to bring forth their art forms, craftsmanship and unique perspective.
Each artifact is one of its kindâ€”a little different, a little imperfect and unique.
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