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Meenakari Art Gift Set - Lapel Pin, Cufflinks & Studs

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| AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Meenakari Art Gift Set - Lapel Pin, Cufflinks & Studs

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Bestow the gift of Rajasthan's royalty: Meenakari Art Gift Set (Lapel Pin, Cufflinks, Studs). This set features vibrant enamels on metal, a captivating art form for centuries. Rich colors and intricate designs add a touch of sophistication. Perfect for the discerning gentleman or a unique cultural gift.

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Meenakari Art Gift Set - Lapel Pin, Cufflinks & Studs

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Product Details

  • Material : Brass, Copper & Enamel
  • Craft : Meenakari Art
  • State : Rajasthan
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Colour : Blue
  • Measurements :  Height - 1.5" x Width - 2.5" xLength - 5"
  • Product weight : 150 Grams
  • Special Attention : Handcrafted article. Please allow for minor crafting differences.
  • Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 6 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.
  • UOM : Piece

Meenakari Art

Meenakari is the art of coloring and ornamenting the surface of metals by fusing over it brilliant colors that are decorated in an intricate design. The Mughals invented the art of enamel or meenawork metal-craft and it was popular with both the Mughals and the Hindu princes of Rajasthan. Gold has been used traditionally for Meenakari Jewellery as it holds the enamel better, lasts longer and its luster brings out the colors of the enamels. Silver, a later introduction, is used for artifacts like boxes, bowls, spoons, and art pieces while Copper which is used for handicraft products was introduced recently. The traditional process starts with the designer, moves on to the goldsmith, the engraver who engraves the design, the enamelist who applies the colour , the polisher, the stone-setter and the stringer, all of whom are ingredients of an important chain of craftsmen that create the finished product..

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