The Five Fat Chicks Tota are handmade with patches of different fabric, beads, sequins, multicolored threads and a small goat bell. It owes its inspiration to the sound of goats as they graze in the villages of North India. The hens can be hung on a wall or over a door frame and are believed to bring good luck and prosperity. They can even hang from the Christmas tree during the holiday season!
Size: 20″ in length and the individual birds are 3.5″ wide.
This sweet little mini star is sure to class up any space with its art deco, Gatsby-inspired print! Handmade in India from tree-free paper. Artisans recycle cotton hosiery cuttings then dye, decorate and cut the “paper” by hand. Includes string for easy hanging. Comes neatly folded up in packaging.
Handcrafted by artisans who receive a fair wage in a safe and dignified work environment.
Size: 8 inches.
A fashionable twist on an age-old tradition, the Small Sun Dream Catcher will bring sweetness & light anytime!
Dream Catchers are often referred to as “Sacred Hoops.” They can be traced back to the Ojibwe Native American tribe where they were originally used as talismans to protect sleepers from bad dreams by holding the bad dreams in their web until morning. The strands that hang below take the good dreams and gently carry them down to the peaceful sleeper.
Size: 30"h x 12"w
These colorful prosperity hens are crafted from scraps of fabric that brighten and uplift any space. Hens have long been a symbol of prosperity in Northern India, where the women create these strands and in turn, create their own prosperity.