Indian Handcrafted Creations at Karigari London 2017

 

Karigari London 2017 are to exhibit unique handwoven and hand-embroidered textiles, sarees, dresses, lehengas, handmade silver and gemstone jewellery, authentic handicrafts, home decor and traditional folk artwork from different parts of India.  The exhibition has teamed up to support Asian Circle, a collective of UK based women with a passion to support vulnerable women in India and South Asia by building awareness of their plight and through fund-raising.

Jyoti Chandhowk

Jyoti Chandhok designs and curates beautiful chikankari embroideries and fabrics, creating one off ensembles, primarily from India. Dimple Design specialises in beautiful authentic handicrafts and homeware goods from Rajasthan, India.

Zafran
Neetu Jalali of Zafran Couture designs ensembles with traditional Kashmiri embroidery from her native state of Jammu & Kashmir. Designed and made in the UK by Nimmy, Sanskara Designs brings to you traditional silver & gemstone jewellery in contemporary silhouettes.

Sanskara Designs
Indian folk artist Shinjini Thakur focuses on the various forms of Indian art forms specifically Madhubani, Kalamkari, Gond and Pattachitra. The Far East Art Studio, specialises in handcrafted sarees from all over India – Tribal weaves, Ajrakh, Ikat, Kanjeevarams, Benarasis and more.

This is a fantastic exhibition concept hosted by Karigari. It is an opportunity to shop a stunning range of textiles, homeware and jewellery, which have all been created with incredible craftsmanship!

Karigari London 2017 Event Details

Opening Reception and Preview:  Thursday 22 June, 5 pm – 8:30 pm
Friday 23 June, 2017 10:30 am – 7:30 pm
Saturday 24 June, 2017 11 am – 7:30 pm
Sunday 25 June, 2017 11 am – 4:30 pm

Address: Bhavan Centre
4a Castletown Road
London
W14 9HE

Free Entry

RSVP: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/karigari-london-2017-textiles-jewellery-folk-artwork-handicrafts-tickets-35143242384

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Absolutely beautiful pieces. Always loved the bright colors of indian art and jewelry!

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