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Handicraft

Handicraft

Welcome to the elaborative and vast world of Handicrafts - A one stop destination for handicrafts manufacturers, exporters and Material suppliers. Ranging from breathtakingly elegant to perfectly refined, the lustrous handicrafts available here reflect an unwavering Bone Crafts has been classified on the basis of Handicraft Products, Handicraft Process, Handicraft Material and Tradition to ensure.



Terracotta Horse

Terracotta Horse

Terracotta Art in Tamil Nadu is basically famous for the splendid six metre high horses. Shrines to Ayanaar are very common in the state of Tamil Nadu. In the temples of Ayanaar life-sized terracotta horses have been placed at the shrines to provide transportation for Ayanaar`s spirit soldiers, enabling them to travel through the villages and fields at night to right against evil.


Palm Baskets

Palm Baskets

These hamper baskets are perfect for elegant storage. These baskets vary slightly in size from approximately 14" tall x 12" in diameter. To care for baskets: Clean with soapy water and scrub with soft brush. Set in the sun, and allow the basket to dry thoroughly.


Designer Palm Baskets

Designer Palm Baskets

The palmyra leaf baskets of Chettinad, also known as Kottans are made by the Chettiar people of Tamil Nadu. To create these products, the palm leaf is harvested and spread out like a fan to dry for between five to six days before being spliced with a knife into thin strips. The weavers braid the dried leaves into patterns using their hands to weave and feet to grip the base of the basket. Colourful cotton cloth and beads are sometimes used to enhance the object. Kottans were originally used for packaging gifts and containers filled with offerings to give at family functions and rituals. Kottans containing betel nut leaves and areca nuts were given to friends and people in general as a form of invitation or agreement.


Palm Basket

Palm Basket

The palmyra leaf baskets of Chettinad, also known as Kottans are made by the Chettiar people of Tamil Nadu. To create these products, the palm leaf is harvested and spread out like a fan to dry for between five to six days before being spliced with a knife into thin strips. The weavers braid the dried leaves into patterns using their hands to weave and feet to grip the base of the basket. Colourful cotton cloth and beads are sometimes used to enhance the object. Kottans were originally used for packaging gifts and containers filled with offerings to give at family functions and rituals. Kottans containing betel nut leaves and areca nuts were given to friends and people in general as a form of invitation or agreement.


addukku deepam

addukku deepam


ambari elephant

ambari elephant


american diamond necklaces

american diamond necklaces


annam hanging lamp

annam hanging lamp


applique thombai1

applique thombai1


areca nutleaf plates

areca nutleaf plates


arificial diamnd

arificial diamnd

artificial diamond.


artificial jewellery

artificial jewellery


arthanariswar

arthanariswar


assorted figure

assorted figure


asta lakshmi deepam

asta lakshmi deepam


astothra lamp

astothra lamp


bamboo ladies bag

bamboo ladies bag


banan-fifre-product

banan-fifre-product


batic painting

batic painting


boga sakthi

boga sakthi


brass paravillakku

brass paravillakku


cane basket

cane basket


candle stand

candle stand


cane fruit basket

cane fruit basket


cane bulluck cart

cane bulluck cart


chemmozhi art plate

chemmozhi art plate


Chinese Raja Rani

Chinese Raja Rani


your logo papper cups

your logo papper cups




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Madurai - 625017, Tamil Nadu, India


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