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.
Made from partially recycled iron sheets, this lantern has an intricate openwork mandala pattern. Use it as a candleholder and watch the light glow warmly through the cutout Indian-motif. Exterior has dark antique finish; interior has bright coppery finish. For use with LED tea light (not included).
Size: 3 1/4"h x 3"dia
This winter scene is made from flat sheets of scrap metal and created using basic hand tools and machinery. Handmade by artisans in Behat in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, India. Place tea lights behind it for a striking silhouette!
Made from recycled metal
Soldered/folded together for strength and durability
Softbound eco-friendly paper journal with fauna inspired designs. A scene of elegant peacocks is hand-stamped onto the blue background, with gold embellishments. The journal closes with a string tie and tassel. With paper created from recycled cotton, these journals are kind to the earth and a joy to write in.
Size: 5" x 7" - 96 pages
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