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Metallic Handicrafts

Indian craftsman uses different kinds of metal such as iron, copper, silver and much more to create the most intricately Metallic Handicrafts . The attention to detail of these pieces or statues is what makes them very popular with customers. We are able to offer this beautiful pieces at the most affordable prices. We guarantee timely delivery of all orders. Details : The art of metal work is known to Indians for almost 5000 years from now. This indicates the high level of workmanship attained by ancient craftsmen. Traditionally, Indian craftsmen have been using different metals like iron, copper, silver and alloys like bronze, bell metal, white metal etc to produce items such as pots, pans, utensils, photo frames, sculptures of deities, mythological figures and animals. The Chola craftsmen were past masters at making bronze sculptures. Sculptures are usually made with the lost wax technique. In this process a wax model of the sculpture or any item is created. This model is then covered with clay and holes are made into the clay. Finally molten metal is poured through the hole at the top, causing the wax to melt. The cavity created within is automatically replaced by the hot metal. The metal is allowed to cool and the final product is freed from clay and polished. In the field of metal work a variety of styles are seen in different parts of India. In the Ladakh area of Kashmir traditional vessels are made out of iron and brass. Many richly engraved traditional household items like bowls, samovars, plates and trays are also made in Kashmir. In "Naqasi", elaborate floral and calligraphic designs are imprinted on copper and silver items. These items are then oxidized, which makes the design to stand out from the background.

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Fiber Handicrafts

The Fiber Handicrafts offered by us could be made using fibres such as hemp, cotton, twine, yarn and other such similar products by the most skilled craftsmen. We are able to offer different kinds of products such as shopping bags and much more. Please contact us to confirm the prices of the different items and to avail discounts offered to bulk orders. Details : Fiber crafts include basic craft ideas on knitting, crochets, sewing and weaving. There are several classifications Macram: The term macram implies a form of fiber craft made by implying the method of knotting, and not by weaving or knitting. Macram is also used by sailors to decorate different parts of ships. Through Macram geometric patterns are also brought they are called Cavandoli macram variety. Some basic materials used in macram crafts are hemp, cotton, twine, yarn and leather. Rug Hooking : Rug hooking is a type of traditional fiber craft. Rugs are made with the help of fabrics. The rug designs are always produced commercially these designs are very complex like flowers or animals. Since past 200 years rug hooking has become very popular in the western world. Spinning: Spinning is the process of creating fibers with the help of many raw fibers. The primitive method of spinning was different it was generally by slanting the fibers in hand, with the passing of time the spinning wheel was introduced which made the work of spinning more easy and resultant more and better production of yarn. Weaving : The earliest textile art or fiber craft is weaving. Weaving is done by adjusting two sets of thread the wrap and the weft by designing them on a piece of cloth. The clothes used in weaving could be of any type or color according to choice. At present the majority of woven products are formed with the help of three widely popular methods these are, twill weave Satin weave and plain weave. Lace- Making : The art of lace making became popular from the Armenia region. It is an earliest hand craft. Lace is a type of very smooth and fine quality fabric where the design is made by creating open whole in the fabric with the help of either machine or hand.

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  • 169/OF, East Chitrai Street, Srirangam, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu - 620006, India