On many occasions, we all wish to be wearing something that is head-turning and adds a contemporary touch to our outfit!
From one of the most prolific regions in India in the area of textile, we bring to you the Kachchi embroidered clutch. One of the elegant pieces of accessories for the royal families in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Kutch (Kachchi) embroidery is dense with motifs, and a variation with beautiful mirrors sewn into the embroidery is one of the signature arts. Kachchi & Banjara textile makers use an astonishing range of skills to process raw materials and produce regionally distinctive dyes, weaves, prints, and embroideries.
The signature effect of the colorful embroidery sparkles through small mirrors and comes in rich colours with a royal hue that rests on the eyes of the viewers.
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By buying this product, you’re not only contributing back to the Indian economy, but also helping Indian artists who toil day and night to nourish and feed their families.
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India has a special kind of connection with its artisans and the colorful culture found in the nook and corners of this land. Local art like basket weaving, temple paintings, terracotta vessels is just parts of our heritage hidden away.
We bring you the history, the forgotten legacies, through authentic art, right from their birthplaces, to you.
There would be minor variations in threads used for embroidery and the setting of the embroidery in the bag.
As the embroidery technique used is old and antique, there would be minor imperfections, which should not be considered as defects.
Clio’s Heritage Store is a store with a story. Every product comes with a tale of its very own. We promote various local artisans from every corner of India, while also upholding the legacy that our country holds. When you buy from us, you help keep alive the dreams of hundreds of handicraftsmen, you help contribute in the cause of keeping our ancestry alive. You help the cottage industries and the small businesses and mostly you keep our heritage alive.
So come, be a part of this journey of knowing history through the art of our country.