Diwali Gift Hamper #1
- 1 Brass meenakari bowl for serving dry fruits
- 1 Copper diffuser (Size- small)
- 1 bottle of 5 ML Essential Oil
- 2 Damru shaped wooden candle holders
We are happy to present a few products from Indian handicrafts – that are UNIQUE, represent TRADITION, give JOY & will be HEIRLOOMS! A collection of crafts from different parts of India.
- Nut Bowl – Meenakari Craft
Raja Man Singh of Mewar is regarded as the patron of the meenakari art in 16th century Jaipur due to whose efforts this art gained a wide applaud among the people. The art of meenakari involves coloring and ornamenting the surface of metals with the use of brilliant colors in a beautiful design.
- Copper Diffuser – Tambat Metal Craft
Hand crafted copper oil diffuser is rendered by artisans of the Tambat Metalcraft, Pune, Maharashtra. The legacy of the Tambat Craftspeople who handcraft copper products dates to the 17th century when they were invited to Pune by the Peshwas after Shivaji set up the city as the capital city of the Maratha Empire. 'Matharkaam' or beaten work is the distinguishing feature of Tambat craft.
Care Instructions: It can be wiped clean with a moist soft cloth.
- Odati Essential Oil- The Citrus Blend– 5 Ml
100% pure essential oil (therapeutic grade) 5 ML bottle. This blend is rich in vitamin-C. It is a mix of steamed distilled essential oils of sweet lime & mandarin. It can help in treating acne & pimples. Its inhalation helps uplift mood, over come nausea and aid digestion. Can be used to soothe nervous tension & sadness when diffused.
Direction of Use: Pour some water in the bowl and then add the essential oil (always dilute the essential oil with base oil) coming with this product or you may use your own if you have, place a tea light candle inside the diffuser and allow the aroma to reach the desired heat, the water will warm quickly by lighted tea candle than aroma will start diffusion in the air.
- Damru Shaped T-Light- Channapatna Wood Craft
Lacquered, wooden tea light candle holders are made by artisans of Channapatna Woodcraft, craft that has existed since the 1700s near Bangalore in Karnataka. Said to have originated in Persia, Tipu Sultan got local artisans from around Channapatana to learn and develop it, originally to make toys. The items are made using traditional, turned lacquer ware techniques and are coloured using natural dyes. The products are absolutely eco friendly and non hazardous.
Care: Avoid exposure to direct sunlight. Use damp cloth to clean.