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  • 1. Shristi Society for Sustainable Rural Development Multi Craft Product C ATA L O G U ESPONSORED BY:Office of the Development Commissioner,Handicrafts, Ministry of Textiles,Government of India, West Block-7,R.K.Puram, New Delhi - 110066 PUBLISHED BY:Email : dchejs@nic.inWebsite : www.indianhandicrafts.org.in SHRISTITel. : 26163085, 26199466 New Delhi. Kolkata. Ahmedabad
  • 2. AcknowledgmentsOur sincere thanks toThe Development Commissioner for HandicraftsOffice of the Development Commissioner (Handicrafts)Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India,West Block-7, R.K.Puram, New Delhi-110 066Tel. : 26106902, Email : dchejs@nic.inThe Regional Director (H), Eastern RegionO/o of the Development Commissioner (H)Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of IndiaEastern Regional Office, CGO Complex,A-Wing, 3rd Floor, DF Block,Salt Lake City, Kolkata-700064Tel. : 23345403, Email : dchero@rediffmail.comThe Assistant Director (H)Marketing and Service Extension CentreO/o of the Development Commissioner (H)Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India51, G.N. Mitra LaneBurdwan-713101Tel. : 2566523 Email : msecburd@hclinfinet.com
  • 3. TERRACOTTA 1-13CANE AND BAMBOO 14-16 PALM WOOD 17-18COCONUT 19-20 SHITALPATI 21-24
  • 4. Prelude edulerPThe popularity of Indian handicrafts has grown quite significantly overthe last decade and the exports, over the years, have steadily grown.Besides, there are about five million rural artisans who need strategicsupport in producing items of high quality for exports. Thus, there isenormous potential for the development of the handicraft sector.For better quality products we need improved technology, consistentquality, and increased focus on R&D. For many traditional crafts, level ofexcellence and master craftsmanship has suffered over the years inrelation to their realizable market/export potential and potential forproviding better incomes. The chief reasons for this being poor accessto required raw materials and capital, mechanization, and stiff pricecompetition, inability to keep pace with market related design andproduct demand, lack of awareness/appreciation by consumers andlack of sustained patronage in these specific traditional crafts.Handicraft products constitute a significant part of the informal sectorof the Indian economy. Product innovation and improvements indesign technologies are therefore necessary for keeping this sectoreconomically sustainable and compete successfully in the globalmarket.
  • 5. ShristiIn this scenario, Shristi, was founded by the late Shri.Sudipto Mukherjee. A chemical engineer by profession, hewas actively involved in the field of social work. Shristi, a non- governmental organization registered under theSocieties Registration Act of 1860 has been working in the field of handicrafts for the upliftment of the ruralartisan since the last decade. Shristi has worked with DC(H), New Delhi, Ministry of Textiles and has completedfor them various raw material and techno-assessment studies in terracotta, dhokra, stone, metal, natural fibresetc. in 11 states of India. We have also conducted seminars and awareness programmes sponsored by DC(H) andheld exhibitions for handicrafts all over India.Shristis vision is to create self-sustaining, viable producer groups and encourage them to market directly thususing their own inherent skills as a means of employment, income generation and economic self-sufficiency.Shristi with the generous grant-in-aid of the DC(H) implemented the multi-craft Common Facility Centre(CFC)at village Moina, Barasat, West Bengal, under AHVY scheme, where a number of clusters engaged in differentcrafts are present. The objective of the CFC is wide scale dissemination of information and knowledge sharingamong the economically challenged rural artisan to enhance their economic progress. The craftsmen can accessmodern advanced glazing and firing facilities and other equipment. The CFC extends required benefits toartisans engaged in various crafts such as terracotta, cane and bamboo, glass and natural fibres.The CFC has an initial support of 21 SHGs and is technically managed by Shristi. The artisans of the different SHGsbasically belong to the lower socio-economic strata of that area and are in need of appropriate skillenhancement through design and technology intervention. This is imperative so as to make the product morecost effective and marketable.
  • 6. Shristi in association with the DC(H), has guided craftsmen in the process of developing, designing, costing andthen marketing the product, and suggesting proper usages and investment of the income generated ensuringthat end products so produced are competitive in cost, better in utility services and aesthetic in nature. Trainingin the form of skill upgradation workshops is given on a regular basis to the artisans. This ensures a continuousinput of new designs which are market oriented and bring about value-added items, Further, the craftsmen arealso apprised of the latest technologies in the relevant crafts.Shristi has conducted design and technical development projects on terracotta and on ceramics, workshops onmetal, natural fibres, shitalpati and glass enamel for the cluster artisans. Market assessment and product studytours are also conducted and artisans are taken to visit successful clusters to study the methodology beingfollowed by them and for a knowledge sharing between the two clusters. This has helped the craftsmenbroaden their horizon of knowledge and gain valuable insight into practices of craft and products in otherregions. All this has richly endowed the skills of the cluster artisan and his design base which is amply reflected inthis catalogue.Subsequently, the earnings of the craftsmen have significantly increased as they have been able to introducenew designs and explore new possibilities in their craft. As a result the craftsmen have directly benefited andtheir earnings have been significantly augmented.The catalogue attempts to show case a few of the products that are being produced by the artisans at theCommon Facility Centre at village Moina, Dist. Barasat, West Bengal Delegates of 2day craft based seminar on terracotta craft held at Salt lake Kolkata on 31st march & 1st april 2008, taken on visit to CFC, Moina, Barasat, WB
  • 7. Shristi 1Terracotta & Ceramics CraftTerracotta is associated with the growth of human civilization on earth. Itstarted with the objective to provide man with cooking pots and pans.Subsequently the craft flourished through the centuries and diversifiedinto decorative items as well which now are known as the handicraft items.Ceramics is a technology dealing with earthen materials and mineralsprocessed, formed and fired or baked finally to give permanency to wares.Ceramics is also the art of shaping and backing clay articles as pottery,earthenware and porcelain. It has been derived from the Greek wordKeramics which means earthen or made of clay or earth. It is the generalart of heating common clay to create a utilitarian or ornamental object. Allpottery and porcelain are considered ceramic.Today under the onslaught of modernity, when traditions and cultures arebeing eroded and corrupted by the availability of mass-produced goods,many common household items are becoming collectors items. For theappreciative and discerning, it is these artifacts of everyday life, likestorage containers for rice and salt, earthenware water jars, cooking potsand incense burners, which are assuming rich forms and ideas, hithertoundiscovered. Utilitarian yet unique, such ordinary articles are as much theresult of a folk craft handed down over the generations as of the collectiveexperience and wisdom of the people.The Process of ManufactureVarious modern machineries are available at the CFC premises, Barasat,which are utilized for training the artisans:Hand-operated wheel and electric motorized wheel are used for makingpottery. Ball mill, Blunger and de-aired pug mill are used for preparing clay.Glazes are prepared in pot mill and spray machine is used for application ofglazes. Wood fired kiln and electric and gas kilns are for improvedproducts. The main raw materials — common clay is collected from thenearest river (Hooghly) and from ponds. The clay is pulverized andscreened and then immersed in water for aging with addition of talcumpowder and barium carbonate. After aging for 48 hrs. the slurry is kept inplaster state to get required consistency / workability. The common andgangetic soil is placed in ball mill and ground with grog (terracotta) &barium carbonate and then the slurry is kept in blunger. The propeller isrotated for a few hours, and then the mixture is sucked by slurry pump tofilter press. The extra water is allowed to pass out and the clay slab is takenout of the filter press and placed in pug mill machine. The roll of clay is cutin regular intervals and placed on potters wheel for production. Theprocessed clay is then utilized in shaping a variety of items. The materialsare dried in the open air. The first firing or biscuit firing of the earthenwareproducts is done in a wooden furnace at 9000C. The clay objects becomeporous in the course of biscuit firing. In just a few seconds they absorb theraw glaze which is, in effect, liquid glass. Glaze application is done bydipping, pouring, brushing and spraying methods. The glazed objects arethen given a glost firing at temperatures of 1000-10400C.
  • 8. 2 Shristi PRODUCTS BOWLS THD-1 THD-2 THD-5 TBL1A TBL-2 TBL-21INL TBL-44 TBL-46 TBL-54 TBL-54 TBL-54INL TBL-55
  • 9. Shristi 3CHIMES TCM-16 TCM48-R TCM59 CULLAR TCM146 TBD-5 TBD-17INL TBD23 & 24 TBD25 & 26 TBD-27INLCUPS TR6A TR-10INL TR-10C TR-10 TR-20
  • 10. 4 Shristi CUPS TR-14 TR-14INL TR-20INL TR-36 TR-28 TR-17 TR-38 TR- 40 TR-42 & 43 DOLLS TD-06 TD-08 TD-11 GANESH G-10 G-11 G-12
  • 11. Shristi 5GARDEN HANGING TGH-1 TGH-4 TGH-5 TGH-6 TG-11 TG-11(2)GARDEN POT TGP-1 TGP-3 TGP-9 TGP-10 TGP-11 TGP-12
  • 12. 6 Shristi MISCELLANEOUS TMS-8 TMS-10 & 13 TMS-8A TMS-11-INL TMS-12 TMS-17INL TMS-80 TMS-18 TMS-19 & 19-INL TMS-26 TMS-33D TMS-41A TMS-64
  • 13. Shristi 7MISCELLANEOUS TMS-79 TMS-91 TMS-92 TMS-96 TMS-98 TAINL P-9 MUGS TAINL P-31 TMG-2, 1 TMG-3 & 26 TMG-7 & 13 TMG-11A TMG-11B
  • 14. 8 Shristi MUGS TMG-17 TMG-18 TMG-26 TMG-31 TMG-38A , B TMG-38C, D TMG-41 TMG-43 TMG-44 TMG-45 TMG-46 TMG-47
  • 15. Shristi 9TILES leaf1 leaf2 flower 6 new-12 laksmi arrow design 4 branch design flower 2(4) JAMINI ROY Tiles - 1 JAMINI ROY Tiles - 2 JAMINI ROY Tiles - 3
  • 16. 10 Shristi TEA SET TTS-3 TTS-6 TTS-8 TTS-8A TTS-9 TTS-9C TTS-11A TTS-13 TTS-14 TTS-15 TTS-17 TTS-19
  • 17. Shristi 11Dinner set TDS-1
  • 18. 12 Shristi MURALS TM-1 TM-2 TM-3
  • 19. Shristi 13 JEWELLERYTCW-1 TCW-2 TCW-188
  • 20. 14 Shristi Cane & Bamboo In India, cane and bamboo have since ancient history given form to the expression of tribal art and provided them livelihood. Today it adorns the homes of the rich and elite and mud-houses alike. Many useful as well as decorative items are made out of these. Baskets and mats are the most popular items in this category. The best-known places for basketry and mats are Assam and Bengal. Bengal has an ancient tradition in making cane and bamboo items which are rich and varied. Initially bamboo crafts were limited to hand fans, sieves, fish traps of various types, kulas etc. but now with time, the crafts have diversified into various decoration and utility items like furniture, letter holders, candle stands etc.
  • 21. Shristi 15 PRODUCTS TABM-1 TABM-2 TABM-3 TABM-4 TABM-5 TABM-6TABM-7 & 15 TABM-9 TABM-10 TABM-11 TABM-13 TABM-14
  • 22. 16 Shristi BM - 1, 2, 3 BM - 4, 5, 6 BM - 7, 8, 9, 10 BM - 11 BM - 12, 13, 14 BM - 15 BM - 16, 17, 18 BM - 19, 20, 21 BM - 22, 23, 24 BM - 25 BM - 26 BM - 27, 28
  • 23. Shristi 17Palm WoodPalm wood is a hardwood timber from palm trees, most commonlyassociated with the Coconut Palm, but also including the Date Palm. Onlyin very recent years have people begun to explore the potentialcommercial uses for this vast, alternative supply of wood. This led to thecommercial launch of Palm wood in a range of different products, fromflooring to furniture to decorative products. With these productsperforming at equal to or even better than conventional hardwoods, Palmwood represents a viable substitute for endangered hardwoods from anecologically-sound source.Due to its beautiful grain and attractive natural appearance, it is ideal forhigh value wood products which include furniture, decorative interiorwalls, parquet floors, various novelties and curio items like ash trays, plates,bowls, vases, etc. which are equally, if not more than, comparable to thetraditional wood species commonly used in the furniture industry as far asappearance is concerned.
  • 24. 18 Shristi PRODUCTS NAPM-01 NAPM-02 NAPM-03 NAPM-04 NAPM-05 NAPM-12,13,14,15 NAPM-25 NAPM-26 NAPM-28 NAPM-29 NAPM-30 NAPM-31
  • 25. Shristi 19Coconut CraftCoconut shell craft is a popular craft where coconut trees are found inabundance. A high degree of skill is required for carving coconut shell as itis hard. The common products are cups, flower vases, snuff boxes, sugarbowls, nut bowls, powder boxes and spoons etcThe outer surface of the shell is rubbed with steel wool and the inner part issmoothened with a chisel. Then the shells are used to make severalaesthetic pieces by cutting, fitting, painting etc. A first coat of boot polish isthen used on the surface. Then a final coat of French polish is added to thewhole. The fibres are also passed through some cleansing treatments.Then they are smoothened and finally used for making an attractive anddecorative utility piece.
  • 26. 20 Shristi PRODUCTS NACN-1 NACN-2 NACN-3 NACN-4 NACN-5 NACN-6 NACN-7 NACN-7 NACN-8 NACN-8 NACN-8
  • 27. Shristi 21 Shital PatiThe shitalpati is a kind of mat found in Bengal, Assam and Tripura. These arewoven with flat strips in check, twill or zigzag designs, sometimesincorporating stylized human and animal forms. A special kind of canewhich is known as Mutra cane is the basic or the raw material for preparingshitalpati.The fibre has to be soaked in cold water first for 20-30 minutes to obtainmaximum water soaking and also to remove the cellulose, grease oil etcwhich are present in the natural fibers. The water, ratio 1: 20 (1 kg rawmaterial and water 20 liters) is taken and set to boil. 200cc of hydrogenperoxide is added to the water & stirred well. After 5 minutes, 100 cc ofsodium silicate is added to the same water solution and stirred well andallowed to boil. Finally liquid ammonia of 50 cc is mixed with cold water of1 lit and this solution is added to the previous solution of hydrogenperoxide and sodium silicate & stirred well.Finally the raw material is removed from the cold water and allowed to dripfully and then put in to the bleaching solution of hydrogen peroxide,sodium silicate and liquid ammonia and boiled for 30 minutes The rawmaterial is removed from the solution and cooled for 10-15 minutes. 100 ccof glycerine is taken in 20 litres of water and raw materials soaked for 30minutes and dried in shade and taken for practical work. The fibres are thendyed and the dyed fibre is stitched and integrated with various othermaterials like cane, leather, cloth etc. to make contemporary handicraftproducts like bags, lamps, holders, cushions etc. These are then packagedand marketed.
  • 28. 22 Shristi PRODUCTS 01 STP SRI 07 02 STP SRI 07 03 STP SRI 07 04 STP SRI 07 05 STP SRI 07 06 STP SRI 07 07 STP SRI 07 08 STP SRI 07 09 STP SRI 07 10 STP SRI 07 11 STP SRI 07 12 STP SRI 07
  • 29. Shristi 2313 STP SRI 07 14 STP SRI 07 15 STP SRI 0716 STP SRI 07 17 STP SRI 07 19 STP SRI 0720 STP SRI 07 21 STP SRI 07 22 STP SRI 0723 STP SRI 07 24 STP SRI 07 25 STP SRI 07
  • 30. 24 Shristi NAPJ-29A NAPJ-29B NAPL-29B NAPL-30 NAPJ-32 NAPL-32 NAPJ-33 NAPL-40 NAPL-57 NAPL-60 NAPL-93 NAPR-99
  • 31. Shristi 25 DETAILED INDEX S.No Code No. Product Size Raw Material Page No.1. THD 1 Handi- Inlay , Glazed D12cm H8.5cm Terracotta 22. THD 2 Handi – Etching, D12cmH8.5cm Terracotta 2 Glazed3. THD 5 Handi- Green drop D12cmH8.5cm Terracotta 2 body, Glazed4. TBL 1A Bowl-Inlay, Glazed D11cmH5.5cm Terracotta 25. TBL 2 Bowl-Inlay, Glazed D11cmH5.5cm Terracotta 26. TBL 21INL Serving bowl wooden D18cmH10cm Terracotta 2 handle, Inlay7. TBL 44 Bowl-Glazed Green D-3 inch Terracotta 2 with handles8. TBL 46 Bowl-Brown, inside D-3 inch Terracotta 2 glazed9. TBL 54 Bowl-Etching work H-12cm, D-11cm Terracotta 210. TBL 54INL Bowl-Inlay work H-12cm, D-11cm Terracotta 211. TBL 55 Bowl-Etching work D-15cm, H-9cm Terracotta 2 with lid12. TCM 16 Chimes- Unglazed 6 H-24” Terracotta 3 bells13. TCM48 R Chimes- Inlay, 8 bell H-30” Terracotta 3 side ring14. TCM59 Chimes-Glazed H-32” Terracotta 3 valentine ring 9 bell15. TCM146 Chimes-white H-24” Terracotta 3 perforated 6 bell16. TBD 5 Bhand-Inside glazed D7cm H6cm Terracotta 317. TBD 17INL Cullar with lid-Inlay D7cm H7cm Terracotta 3 glazed18. TBD 23 & 24 Cullar-White drop D7cmH7.5cm Terracotta 3 glazed19. TBD 25& 26 Cullar-Green drop D7cmH7.5cm Terracotta 3 glazed20. TBD 27INL Cullar-Inlay glazed D7cm H6cm Terracotta 321. TR 6A Cup-Etching, glazed D7cm H6cm Terracotta 322. TR 10INL Cup-Inlay, glazed D6.5cmH6.5cm Terracotta 3 inside23. TR 10C Cup-Etching, glazed D6.5cmH6.5cm Terracotta 324. TR 10 Cup-Rim & inside D6.5cmH6.5cm Terracotta 3 glazed25. TR 14 Cup-Etching, glazed D6.5cmH7cm Terracotta 326. TR 14INL Cup-Inlay, glazed D6.5cmH7cm Terracotta 327. TR 20INL Cup-Inlay, glazed D6cmH6cm Terracotta 328. TR 17 Cup-Green drop, D6.5cmH5.5cm Terracotta 3 glazed29. TR 20 Cup-Etching, glazed D6cmH6cm Terracotta 330. TR 28 Cup-Inlay, glazed D6.5cmH5.5cm Terracotta 431. TR 36 Cup-Rim and inside D6.5cmH5.5cm Terracotta 4 glazed32. TR 38 Cup-narrow neck D6.6cmH6.5cm Terracotta 4 glazed33. TR 40 Cup-Full white glazed D6.5cmH5cm Terracotta 434. TR42&43 Cup- Green drop& D6cmH6cm Terracotta 4 yellow drop glazed35. TD 06 Pen holder Doll H9cm Terracotta 436. TD 08 Napkin holder Doll H9cm Terracotta 437. TD 11 Pen holder Doll H9cm Terracotta 438. G 10 Ganesh D5cmH6cm Terracotta 439. G 11 Ganesh D5cmH6cm Terracotta 440. G 12 Ganesh D4cmH6cm Terracotta 441. TGH 1 Garden Hanging- D4”H7” Terracotta 5 Conical42. TGH 4 Garden Hanging- D41/2”H9” Terracotta 5 Cylindrical43. TGH 5 Garden Hanging- D41/2”H9” Terracotta 5 Cylindrical44. TGH 6 Garden Hanging- D5”H12” Terracotta 5 Lantern shaped45. TG 11 Garden Hanging- D4”H7” Terracotta 5 House painted46. TG 11(2) Garden Hanging- D4”H7” Terracotta 5 House Etching
  • 32. 26 Shristi 47. TGP 1 Garden Pot- D6”H12” Terracotta 5 Elongated 48. TGP 3 Garden Pot- Wide D10”H12” Terracotta 5 49. TGP 9 Garden Pot- Shallow D12”H7” Terracotta 5 50. TGP 10 Planter 12” X12” Terracotta 5 51. TGP 11 Planter 12” X12” Terracotta 5 52. TGP 12 Planter 12” X12” Terracotta 5 53. TAINL P-9 Vase- Long D2”H16” Terracotta 7 54. TAINL P-31 Vase- Bent D2”H18” Terracotta 7 55. TMS 8 Diffuser D7cmH9cm Terracotta 6 56. TMS 8A Diffuser- White Matt D7.5cmH11cm Terracotta 6 57. TMS 10 Diffuser D7.5cmH11cm Terracotta 6 58. TMS 13 Diffuser D7.5cmH11cm Terracotta 6 59 TMS 11INL Diffuser-Elephant D7.5cmH11cm Terracotta 6 60. TMS 12 Diffuser-Doll H-13cm Terracotta 6 61. TMS 17INL Glass-Inlay D8cmH10cm Terracotta 6 62. TMS 18 Flower Vase-Inlay D7cmH14.5cm Terracotta 6 63. TMS 19 Brush Holder-Glazed D7cmH12.5cm Terracotta 6 64 TMS 19INL Brush Holder-Inlay D7cmH12.5cm Terracotta 6 65. TMS 26 Flower Vase-Inlay D7cmH16cm Terracotta 6 66 TMS 33D Cut Plate D25.4cm Terracotta 6 67 TMS 41A Pickle Pot Set D6.5cmH9.5cm Terracotta 6 68 TMS 64 Ice cream Cup D7cmH9cm Terracotta 6 69 TMS 79 Diffuser D7cmH9cm Terracotta 7 70 TMS 80 Glass – worli design D8cmH10cm Terracotta 6 71 TMS 91 Dessert Cup D9cmH7cm Terracotta 7 72 TMS 92 Diffuser H-17cm Terracotta 7 73 TMS 96 Perfume Container H-17cm Terracotta 7 74 TMS 98 Calendar H-12”D3” Terracotta 7 75 TMG 2, 1 Coffee Mug-Polka D8cmH9cm Terracotta 7 dotted, Glazed 76 TMG 3 Coffee Mug-Inlay, D8cmH9cm Terracotta 7 Glazed 77 TMG 26 Coffee Mug-Inlay, D8cmH9cm Terracotta 7 Glazed 78 TMG 7 Beer Mug-Glazed D7.5cmH12.5cm Terracotta 7 79 TMG 13 Beer Mug-Glazed D7.5cmH12.5cm Terracotta 7 80 TMG 11A Coffee Mug-Blue drop D8cmH9.5cm Terracotta 7 81 TMG 11B Coffee Mug-Black D8cmH9.5cm Terracotta 7 drop 82 TMG 17 Beer Mug-Glazed D6cmH11cm Terracotta 8 83 TMG 18 Casket Beer Mug D7cmH11.5cm Terracotta 8 84 TMG 26 Mug-Etching D8cmH9.5cm Terracotta 8 85 TMG 31 Brick Beer Mug-Black D9cmH10cm Terracotta 8 drop 86 TMG 38A, B Mug-Black rimmed D=5.5cm, H=7.0cm Terracotta 8 glazed 87 TMG 38C, D Mug-Black rimmed D=5.5cm, H=7.0cm Terracotta 8 glazed 88 TMG 41 Mug- bamboo handle D=7.5cm, H=12.5cm Terracotta 8 89 TMG 43 Mug-yellow drop D=8.0cm, H=9.0 cm Terracotta 8 90 TMG 44 Mug-black etching D=8.0cm, H=9.0 cm Terracotta 8 91 TMG 45 Mug- Black rimmed D=8.0cm, H=9.0 cm Terracotta 8 92 TMG 46 Mug- Black Zebra D=8.0cm, H=9.0 cm Terracotta 8 design 93 TMG 47 Mug- Square bamboo D=8.0cm, H=9.0 cm Terracotta 8 handle 94 Leaf1 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 95 Leaf2 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 96 New 12 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 97 Arrow design 4 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 98 Branch Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 99 Design Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 100 Flower 2(4) Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 101 Flower 6 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 102 laksmi Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 103 Jamini Roy Tiles1 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 104 Jamini Roy Tiles2 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 105 Jamini Roy Tiles3 Unglazed Tile L6”xB6” Terracotta 9 106 TTS 3 Tea Set-4 cup Tea Pot- H10cm Terracotta 10 Glazed, Etching work Cup-D7cm H6cm
  • 33. Shristi 27107 TTS 6 Tea Set-6bhand Tea Pot- H10cm Terracotta 10 Glazed, Etching work Cup-D7cmH7.5cm108 TTS 8 Tea Set- 6 cullar Blue Tea Pot-H-13cm Terracotta 10 drop with cane handle Cup-D7cmH7.5cm109 TTS 8A Tea Pot- Yellow drop Tea Pot-H-13cm Terracotta 10 with cane handle110 TTS 9 Tea Set-6cup Green Tea Pot- H-12cm Terracotta 10 drop with cane Cup-D6.5cmH5.5cm handle,111 TTS 9C Tea Set-6cup Inlay Tea Pot- H-12cm Terracotta 10 with cane handle Cup-D6.5cmH5.5cm112 TTS 11A Tea Set-6cup Inside Tea Pot-H-15cm Terracotta 10 colour outside glaze Cup-D6.5cmH6cm stroke113 TTS 13 Teas Set-4cup set- Tea Pot- 11cm Terracotta 10 Inlay Glazed Cup-D6.5cmH6.5cm114 TTS 14 Tea Set-4 cup Tea Pot- H-15cm Terracotta 10 Conical glazed Cup-D6.5cmH7cm115 TTS 15 Tea Set-4cup Black Tea Pot- H10cm Terracotta 10 rimmed Cup-D6cmH6.2cm116 TTS 17 Tea Set-4cup glazed Tea Pot-H-15cm Terracotta 10 Cup-D6cmH7.5cm117 TTS 19 Tea Pot- White Matt Tea Pot-H 11cm Terracotta 10 Glazed118 TDS 1 Dinner Set Full Plate - D25cmH2.5cm Terracotta 11 Quarter Plate -D19cmH2cm Full Plate 6 Rice Bowl -D20cmH9cm Quarter Plate 6 Curry Bowl -D19cmH8cm Rice Bowl 1 Curry Serving Spoon -L13.5cm Bowl 1 Dessert Cup - Serving Spoon 2 D9cmH7cm Dessert Cup 6 Soup Bowl -D13cmH5cm Soup Bowl 6 Water Jug -D9cmH16cm Water Jug 1 Glass - D8cmH8cm Glass 6 Coaster -D8cm Coaster 6 Salt& Pepper Pot -D5cmH7cm Salt& Pepper Pot 1119 TH 1 Mural According to Order Terracotta 12120 TH 2 Mural According to Order Terracotta 12121 TH 3 Mural According to Order Terracotta 12122 TCW 1 Jewellery- Jamini Standard Size Terracotta 13 Inlay Necklace and Ear ring Set123 TCW 2 Hair Clip L8cmB2cm Terracotta 13124 TCW 188 Pendant and Ear ring Standard Size Terracotta 13 Set 125 TABM 1 Container W4”xL5”xH5” Bamboo 15 126 TABM 2 Flower Vase W4.5”xL8”xH8” Bamboo 15 127 TABM 3 Flower Vase W4.5”xL8”xH8” Bamboo 15 128 TABM 4 Container W4.75”xL4.75”xH5” Cane 15 129 TABM 5 Fruit Tray D8”x3”xH4” Cane 15 130 TABM 6 Container W5”xL4”xH4” Cane 15 131 TABM 7&15 Holder W3”xL6” Cane 15 132 TABM 9 Round Bowl W5”XH3” Bamboo 15 133 TABM 10 Nut Tray L9”xW4”xH2” Bamboo 15134 TABM 11 Fruit Basket L12” XH 6” Cane & Bamboo 15135 TABM 13 Tea Tray 14”x12”xH1.5” Cane & Bamboo 15136 TABM 14 Tray 14”x12”xH1.5” Bamboo 16137 BM 1 Hair Clip L8cmB2cm Bamboo 16138 BM 2 Card Holder and Pen L9cmB12cm Bamboo 16 Stand139 BM 3 Ashtray L7cmB6cm Bamboo 16140 BM 4, 5, 6 Pen Holder L11cmB6cm Bamboo 16141 BM 7 Ashtray L7cmB6cm Bamboo 16142 BM 8 Ashtray L4cmB6cm Bamboo 16143 BM 9 Ashtray L4cmB11cm Bamboo 16144 BM 10 Ashtray 8cmx8cm Bamboo 16145 BM 11 Container L4cmB11cm Bamboo 16146 BM 12,13,14 Holder L11cmB6cm Bamboo 16147 BM 15 Table Lamp L54cmB28cm Bamboo 16148 BM 16,17,18 Holder L14cmB6cm Bamboo 16
  • 34. 28 Shristi 149 BM 19,20,21 Decorative Piece L8-11cm B8-12cm Bamboo 16 150 BM 22,23,24 Flower Vase L10”B3” Bamboo 16 151 BM 25 Wall Decoration L13”B7” Bamboo 16 152 BM 26 Decorative Piece L10”B10” Bamboo 16 153 BM 27,28 Container L4cmB11cm Bamboo 16 154 NAPM 1 Bowl Star Round W5”xH2.5” Palmwood 18 155 NAPM 2 Oval Tray W2.75”XL8”xH0.75” Palmwood 18 156 NAPM 3 Bowl Star W8”xH3” Palmwood 18 157 NAPM 4 Star Bowl W6”xH2.5” Palmwood 18 158 NAPM 5 Bowl Round W8”xH3” Palmwood 18 159 NAPM 12,13,14, 15 Comb W1.75”xL4” – W1.75”XL5.5” Palmwood 18 160 NAPM 25 Cutting Board W10”xL8”xH1” Palmwood 18 161 NAPM 26 Square Coaster-6 W3.5”xL3.5” Palmwood 18 162 NAPM 28 Round Coaster-6 W3.5”xL3.5” Palmwood 18 163 NAPM 29 Pen Holder W3”xH4.5” Palmwood 18 164 NAPM 30 Salad Fork W2.5”xL10.25” Palmwood 18 165 NAPM 31 Round Coaster-6 W3.5”xL3.5” Palmwood 18 166 NACN 1 Round Bowl W5”xH4” Palmwood 18 167 NACN 2 Oval Tray W2.75”XL8”xH0.75” Coconut 20 168 NACN 3 Square Tray W10”xL8”xH2” Coconut 20 169 NACN 4 Cutting Board W10”xL8”xH1” Coconut 20 170 NACN 5 Star Bowl W5”xH2.5” Coconut 20 171 NACN 6 Oval Tray W2.75”XL8”xH0.75” Coconut 20 172 NACN 7 Oval Bowl W5”xH5” Coconut 20 173 NACN 8 Square Box W4”xL5.5”xH2” Coconut 20 174 01/ STP / SRI/ 07 Floor Cushion 18” X 18” X 5” Shitalpati 22 175 02 / STP / SRI / 07 Bag 15” X 4” X 8” Shitalpati& Leather 22 176 03 / STP / SRI / 07 Box (Oval) 7’ X 4” X 4” Shitalpati 22 177 04 / STP / SRI / 07 Pen Card & Pin 9” X 4” X 5” Shitalpati 22 Holder 178 05 / STP / SRI / 07 Shoulder Bag 15” X 4” X 8” Shitalpati& Leather 22 179 06 / STP / SRI / 07 Shopping Bag 6” X 4” X 8” Shitalpati& Leather 22 180 07 / STP / SRI / 07 Cosmetic Bag 8” X 3” X 5” Shitalpati 22 181 08 / STP / SRI / 07 Coin Purse 7” X 2.5” X 3.5” Shitalpati 22 182 09 / STP / SRI / 07 Tray 7” X 7” X 2” Shitalpati 22 183 10 /STP /SRI / 07 Storage Container 12” X 6” Shitalpati 22 184 11/ STP / SRI / 07 Fruit Tray 9 “ X 4” Shitalpati 22 185 12 / STP / SRI / 07 Container 5” X 11” Shitalpati 22 186 13 / STP / SRI / 07 Table Mat(A) 16” X 12” Shitalpati 23 187 14 / STP / SRI / 07 Table Mat(B) 20” X 14” Shitalpati 23 188 15 / STP / SRI / 07 Table Mat(C) 17” X 12” Shitalpati 23 189 16 / STP / SRI / 07 Table Mat ( D) 16” X 12” Shitalpati 23 190 17 / STP/ SRI / 07 Cushion 16” X 16 “ Shitalpati 23 191 19/ STP / SRI / 07 Waste Bin 8” X 7” X 10” Shitalpati 23 192 20 / STP / SRI / 07 Sunglass Container 5.5” X 3” Shitalpati 23 193 21 / STP / SRI / 07 Bolstar 28.5” X 11” Shitalpati 23 194 22 / STP / SRI / 07 Lamp 12” X 10” Shitalpati 23 195 23 / STP / SRI/ 07 Table Mat ( E) 20” X 14” Shitalpati 23 196 24 / STP / SRI / 07 Trendy Bag 6.5”X 5” Shitalpati& Leather 23 197 25 / STP / SRI / 07 Shoulder Bag 6” X 4” X 8” Shitalpati& Leather 23 198 NAPJ 29A Ladies Bag 37cmX13cmx24.5cm Shitalpati 24 199 NAPJ 29B Shopping Bag 37cmX13cmx24.5cm Shitalpati& Cane 24 200 NAPL 29B Shopping Bag 37cmX13cmx24.5cm Shitalpati& Cane 24 201 NAPL 30 Shoulder Bag 28cmx20.5cmx25cm Shitalpati& Leather 24 202 NAPJ 32 Ladies Bag 27cmx 21.5cm Shitalpati& Leather 24 203 NAPL32 Ladies Bag 27cmx 21.5cm Shitalpati& Leather 24 204 NAPJ 33 Ladies Bag 28cmx10cmx18cm Shitalpati & Cane 24 205 NAPL 40 Ladies Bag 26.5cmx6.5cmx19.5cm Shitalpati& Leather 24 206 NAPL 57 Pen Holder 5”x3” Shitalpati 24 207 NAPL 60 Men’s W allet 4”x3” Shitalpati 24 208 NAPL 93 Journey Bag 35.5cmx11.5cmx35.5cm Shitalpati& Leather 24 209 NAPR 99 File Cover 35cmx23.5cm Shitalpati 24
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