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Handmand Pen Holder

Handmand Pen Holder
Handmand Pen Holder
Handmand Pen Holder
Handmand Pen Holder
Handmand Pen Holder
Handmand Pen Holder
Rs. 699.00
  • Hand Painted by artists highlighting Mandana art form
  • Signature artwork developed at Pulpypapaya studio
  • Durable metallic body
  • Unique two storeyed design for convenience of storage of small knick-knacks

The five fingers of the hand are different yet together. Let this hand remind of the rewards of team hard work. Get hold of this ethnic pen holder that  blends the authentic arts with contemporary design. With sturdy metal design this pen holder is a great buy for your home workstation or office table. Team it with our handcrafted journals

SKU: HPPHMC4201BGE Material: Aluminium Color: Multicolor Dimension: 3x3x11 Inches Art/Craft: Hand Painted, Mandana Art
  • Use damp cloth to clean
  • Do not wash with steel scrubber or mesh
Hand Painting: Handmade and vintage art form has always been done by hand giving it a human dimension to the expression of creativity. Though time consuming our in-house artists and illustrators love to spend hours getting their hands soaked into various colors Mandana Art: The traditional form of the art, Mandana, which in Sanskrit means “to invent” is created with the belief that madanas aid good luck and ward off evil, and hence, perfect to welcome the deities and express happiness and joy.Mandana Art was typically practiced on the mud walls and floors is close to being extinct with the advent of the pucca (concrete) houses being constructed even in villages now as the traditional form doesn’t go well with the concrete walls. However, it is conserved in a contemporary form and being propagated to the masses through various means and is also incorporated in our designs

You are buying a handcrafted product. Slight irregularities, design and color variations are the inherent part of every handcrafted product which is the actual beauty and uniqueness of the same

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