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Handmade Banjara Mirror Stacked Diamond Neckpiece Yellow, Red and Black

575.00

+ Shipping fee starting 50

  Income for artisan: 221.00   |      Days of employment: 0.8

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221.00 | Income for artisan/s

₹ 221.00 Income for artisan collective

52.00 | Raw Materials

Mirror, synthetic yarn

148.00 | Impact partner

Training, design, Admin cost and support services for Artisan(s)

48.00 | Fulfillment

Packaging, payment gateway and holding inventory

89.00 | Rang De Habba platform

Online marketplace, product photography, staff and customer support

17.00 | GST
575.00

+ Shipping fee starting 50


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Features

  • Material : Synthetic Yarn

Care and Description


Description

Exquisitely handcrafted, this vibrant Banjara mirror-work stacked diamond neckpiece is detailed and made so intricately making this design absolutely trendy and unique. Made in beautiful shades of yellow, red and black, this neckpiece is chic and will compliment any look and suit any occasion.


Meet the community partner

Craftizen

Craftizen Foundation was founded in 2014 with a vision to preserve and evolve Indian craft skills so that they remain an integral part of our cultural fabric. They have facilitated setting up of 17 craft livelihood centers across Bangalore, Hyderabad, and Kolkata to ensure sustained income generation for marginalized communities including persons with intellectual disability, women rehabilitated from trafficking and domestic abuse; unskilled urban, rural and tribal women. To date, their work has impacted over 1,700 beneficiaries. They also work with several traditional artisans across the country whom they support with contemporary design and marketing. Craftizen works across the crafts value chain on a wide and diverse range of skills including banjara and Aari embroidery, tailoring, painting on multiple mediums; a range of upcycled products from discards such as used flowers, single-use plastics,newspapers, flex banners, silk threads and fabric waste; hand block and screen printing, kantha stitch, jewellery from bena grass with natural seeds and beads.