Artisan: Jindal Crafts
This hand-painted and lacquered bangle is crafted from 100% recyclable Wrightia Tinctoria a plant native to India. Featuring a pattern of peppercorns and mustard seeds, it has a contrasting moss-green interior. Available in small, medium and large widths.
Hand-painted bangles form a collaboration between Pakistani based designer Ange Braid and Indian craftsmanship. They are inspired by the traditional miniature paintings of Kashmir, a breathtakingly beautiful place that remains subject to much tension.
|Jindal Crafts was established in Faridabad in 2006. It is renowned for its many talented teams of dedicated and hand-working artisans. A modern organization, Jindal Crafts plans to help grow the Indian economy through one of the country’s biggest assets: its rich culture and talented...
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