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Celebrating a Creativity Collective

Encourage sustainable crafts by the smaller artists at this online store and welcome a creative and traditional accents into your life.

Published: 12th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 12th January 2015 01:47 AM   |  A+A-

The celebration of creativity in cohesion with artisans and niche designers at www.iTokri.com is evident in their product line. The site celebrates Indian crafts and diversity and tries to give financial sustainability to craftsmen on an aesthetic and an ethical basis. This is the site to go to if you need reasonably priced Indian design statements. Here are our bargain buys that also pack a whole lotta design punch.

Chunky Bangle

fashion-style3.jpgThis piece comes from Maya Bazaar again and makes a statement with its colourful threaded look reflecting the seasons.Rs.440

Mother of Pearl Ring

A ring created by Bindaas Unlimited mixes vintage accents with a modern, sculpted look.

German silver and stone earrings

This quirky pair of owls

(designed by Jalpari) just livens up the day like nothing else can! Say goodbye to unimaginative ear accessories and celebrate the unusual for a change.

Price: Rs.300

fashion-style.jpgKalpayoke Necklace

This piece from the Maya Bazaar range is one of a kind with its cotton crochet and braiding along a gold-plated brass chain.

Price: Rs.740

Handcrafted Dokra Payal

fashion-style2.jpgThis little beauty has a traditional flexi lock and uses the metal casting process to create a style statement like no other. Brass scrap is generally used as raw material.

Price: Rs.400

Vintage Hair Clip

People Tree creates a nostalgia soaked statement piece for long hair. A torched and carved wood creation that will recall accessory stalls at village fairs and your nani’s dressing table.

Rs.250



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