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Handwoven Boho Wall Hanging - Pink
This textured bohemian art will warm up and elevate any space in your home. The neutral hues blend beautifully with any decor and add a conversation starter to your space. This piece transports you to a place where handlooms and artistry thrive. The artisans from the Panipat, Haryana region of India have long worked in the textile crafts; each piece of art is lovingly handmade from recycled cotton yarn purchased in local markets and then mill-dyed. The tapestry is woven on a handloom using a foot pedal just as ancient artisans would have done. Measures 18 inches by 28 inches. Sustainable Decor at its best!
- Type: Wall Art.
- Colors: Cream, Pink, Grey, Charcoal.
- Materials: Cotton, recycled.
- Dimensions:18 inches by 28 inches.
- Hanging: cotton loop makes hanging easy.
- Recycled, Eco Friendly.
The weaving production has transformed the lives of both men and women artisans in Panipat. Men work in the workshops, while women work primarily from home. Women artisans have been given fair employment opportunities which has enabled them to put children back in school and provide them with a good education. The artisan group directly employs ten artisans, most of whom are women. When order sizes are larger, they provide work for other women from the village.
Due to the handmade nature, slight variations in size, color, shape, pattern, or other characteristics may be evident. Each piece is truly a unique work of art, lovingly crafted by hand.
THE STORY BEHIND THE PRODUCT
Artisan Organization:Asha Handicrafts
India has always been renowned for its rich silk fabrics, woodcarvings and carpets. However, many of these products are produced in conditions of abject poverty for the craftsmen, exploited by large producers and moneylenders. Asha Handicrafts is a not-for-profit making body, based in Mumbai, India, working to promote Fair Trade and Fair Trade practices. As a member organisation of theThe World Fair Trade Organization , Asha Handicrafts ensures that the benefits of handicraft production reach the craftspeople themselves."