This rustic magazine holder exhibits the tremendous potential of the workers who have spent hours to create this offering. Featuring a macrame handle and made of water reed kauna grass, this offering has been woven to utter perfection by proficient craftspeople in North India. The process of crafting offerings made of kauna grass begins with the cultivation of kauna, a perennial grass-like plant. The grass grows to a height of around 6 feet or more and is cut when at its full height. It is dried thoroughly as the spongy inner portion of the stem has to be completely dry to prevent mold. The grass is either kept in its natural color or dyed in bright colors to highlight the natural shade. This basket stands out boldly in its natural shade! Artisans use humble handheld tools for weaving and stitching the grass. It is not just sustainable but also fosters the lives of artisans. The fact that the offering is eco-friendly, durable, handmade, vegan, and made using one material only, increases its artisanal value ten folds!
Production Method :Handwoven
Material Description :Kauna Grass and Cotton yarn
Size(L x B x H) :12 x 12 x 0 Inches
Weight :152 grams
Care Description :Dust with a dry cloth
Disclaimer :This product has been made from a plant fiber, hence minor variations in color, pattern, texture are a part of the charm. Every offering is unique and bears the artisanal stamp of exclusivity
Pack Contents :1 Magazine Holder