An object that is used from the genesis of civilizations has been used to declare their identity, status, and kinship. In the nineteenth century, Bhatia and Bania traders from Kutch and Saurashtra began to bring the beads into India. Kathi women were taking to bead work as a replacement for the craft of embroidery, which they now largely left to the professional embroiders, the Mochi.
The bead work motifs portrayed divine and human figures, combined with flowers, cradles, racing camels, other animals, and birds. The colors used were mostly orange, yellow, green, purple and red.
Size:Small: 11-inch x 11-inch, Medium: 20-inch x 20-inch, and Custom Size:Go to Ask Question
Material of Print:Archival Paper Print or Canvas Print
Material of Frame:Wooden
Art: Bead work
Color:Multicolored (Slight difference in color from the visible product image is possible)
Weight:50 grams without Frame and 1.5 kg with Frame (approximately)
Care:Wipe with clean dry cloth to remove dust. Keep away from water.
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