For Khadi Kurthas, Channapatna Toys

Published: 11th July 2015 02:47 AM  |   Last Updated: 11th July 2015 02:47 AM   |  A+A-

Channapatna Toys

Craft-Bazaar 2015 is exhibiting a collection of artworks by craft communities all over India till July 16. The handicrafts displayed as part of the exhibition include those that combine traditional items and contemporary design. The event is a platform for artisan communities to exhibit their talent, and acts as a interface between craft communities and visitors. The collection will include hand Kashmir dress material tops, shawl, bag and floral embroidery, exclusive khadi shirt and kurtha, inlaid furniture in teakwood and white wood and Channapatna toys. That apart, the exhibition includes a special collection of metal jewellery, wooden carving, brass articles from Moradabad, blue pottery from khurja (UP). Items like dinner sets, cup plates, coffee mugs, tea sets, fruit bowls, spoon stand and pen stand are also available. Craft Bazaar is on at The Corner Stone, No 39, Besant Avenue Road, Adyar, Chennai-20. For details, call 7092899871.

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