Shop ARTISANS’ handpicked collection of handmade collectibles, and discover the artisans of India. Each extraordinary object, made from ordinary materials, has a story. With one-off objects arriving every day, add to your art collection, find the perfect gift, or treat yourself!
24 - 29 August, 2021: Get in touch for a personal shopping experience, live from the gallery! We kickstart the season with one-of-a-kind apparel and textiles, bringing you not just the best, but a whole world of good.
This innovative collection is not just woven, but designed by master weavers. Traditionally, Meghwal weavers of Bhujodi in western India, wove woollen shawls for nomadic Rabari shepherds. Today they carry a Geographical Indicator (GI) and designs break new ground, while preserving the identity.
Bring home a timeless and self-sustaining lifestyle from Nagaland, where stinging nettle is foraged from the wild, and tamed soft enough to be worn. Hand-picked, hand-spun and hand woven - introducing nettle for the natural home!
A signed edition of Dayanita Singh’s Zakir Hussain Maquette is a three-part book object: A facsimile of the original; a reader with a conversation with Gerhard Steidl, and a text by Shanay Jhaveri; and the ‘poster as book’; framed in a handsome red case exclusively designed for ARTISANS'.
What do rare tribal embroidery textiles, vintage bazaar prints, mod design, and psychedelic pop art have in common?! Find out with these textiles for the home and for you.
This limited edition is a new spin on the legendary Jamdani muslin, hand spun and hand woven in Bengal. Once driven to extinction by mechanisation, it is vital to skilled livelihoods. Each design, woven into the weft like embroidery-on-the-loom, explores the infinite potential of artisanal weaving, and is a work of art.