Dining Essentials in Banarasi Woodwork

A treat to the eye in the form of these hand-made Dining essentials, presenting the beautiful art form of Banarasi woodwork, made by craftsmen from Banaras.

Give your Dining experience a touch of Banaras!

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Contents: 1 Dining Essentials set (tray, salt and pepper shakers, two pickle jars, napkin holder)

Dimensions: 26 x 23 x 11 cms

Weight: 1100 g each set

Material: Pickle jars are made of glass, all other parts are handcrafted wood

Dining Essentials in Banarasi Woodwork

Get these easy to use and elegant to look at Dining Essentials, beautifully designed and made by hand in the art form of Banarasi woodwork. These unique pieces of art come to you carrying the skill of the craftsman, handed down over hundreds of years. Get appreciated for your incredible and novel taste and have a hand in reviving this age-old handcrafted style!

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The art of Banarasi wooden toys has been passed on from generation to generation by a community of skilled craftsmen. This craft of toy-making in Banaras is said to be older than the city itself.

For generations, the Banarasi artisans made toys like the spinning top (called Lattu in Hindi), rattles, dolls, and kabja boxes and sindoora for women to store their jewellery and kumkum. But in the modern age, the demand for such things began to die out, and with it this style of craftsmanship.

Lattu wants to preserve this beautiful art form, and provide a good income to these skilled artisans. Lattu works with these artisans to understand their needs, their working style, their tools and techniques; and without changing much, help them to make products that are more suited to the contemporary markets and lifestyles.

Lattu works with the artists, designs the product concept, and the artists recreate that on wood with amazing dexterity.

Lattu works with 6 artisan families currently and each of them have found new energy and spark in their profession, as well as better pay and a sense of security.

And now, this beautiful art can live on, and even find its way into homes across the country.

Culture and art are extremely important for us as human beings! With modernization, many cultures and art forms are dying out or getting absorbed. But progress is not a bad thing. In fact, the modern age is in some ways the best time for these traditional, ancient art forms to really shine. Get these unique pieces and support a traditional art form, not to mention the skilled artisans who make them!

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