This handcrafted piece will take you to meet the artwork and history of MUTVA community who migrated from Sindh to Banni, Kuch. India has been endowed with a rich culture, which despite modernisation has kept its unique traditions and values intact. This artistic piece tells you a story about an embroidery called Pakko Mukko an embroidery migrated from Sindh, Pakistan. The women of Mutva community especialize in PAKKO MUKKO embroidery which involves minute stitching techniques of pieces of very small mirror. Those are made in small patches and the stiches covers the whole fabric so well that one can not see the base of the fabric on which the peice is being embroiderd. The belt of the bag is derived from an old banjara women belt beautifully hand stitched with shinny mirrors. The bead embroidery on the bag has been made by Afghan refugee women residing in New Delhi, India.The kada attached on each strap of the bag in front is the hand made braceletts of Lambani women. Every element in this piece of art gives it a "One Of A Kind" touch. KYLO calls this style "VEDA".
Length-12 inch, Width-17inch
MATERIAL & CARE
100% Cotton & Genuine leather
The product will be shipped to you after 3-5 days from the date of order placed.