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Fiona Caulfield's Love India Travel Guides

Fiona Caulfield's Love India Travel Guides

Fiona Caulfield's handbooks for luxury vagabonds are India's only luxury travel guides. The Love India series is indispensable from the discerning traveler. Each hand-crafted book is made by artisans; printed on hand-made paper; and fitted with khadi cotton covers, the fabric of India’s independence.
Gifts for Men

Gifts for Men

ARTISANS' handmade gifts for men are as special as he is. Celebrate the man in your life with these inspired one-of-a-kind gifts - that keep giving!
Gifts that Keep Giving

Gifts that Keep Giving

Gift ARTISANS', where our artisan and design partners earn a major share of the proceeds. Today, more than ever, your purchase supports artisan families as the pandemic reaches their homes. 

Gita Govind: Love Songs of Krishna

Gita Govind: Love Songs of Krishna

These contemporary Odishi Pattachitras, portray the lovers Radha and Krishna as narrated in Jayadeva’s twelfth century poem, Gita Govind. They focus on 'rasa' or human emotion. The intricate painting uses natural pigments on tussah silk, and is rooted in religious painting at Jagannatha Puri temple, Odisha. 

Hammered Silver Collection

Hammered Silver Collection

This collection of one of a kind contemporary statement pieces is inspired by old Ethiopian tribal silver. Each sterling silver piece is individually hammered by hand and marked with stamps. The distressed surface is antiqued with an oxidized matte finish.
Handloom Edit

Handloom Edit

Go Swadeshi, with ARTISANS' Handloom Edit, the finest hand spun, hand woven textiles of India. "The spinning wheel represents to me the hope of the masses," M K Gandhi. 

Heritage Ajrakh: The Cloth of Sindh

Heritage Ajrakh: The Cloth of Sindh

Ajrakh is the unique cloth of the people of Sindh. In India, the Khatri community who migrated to Gujarat continue this legacy. These revivals are block printed on Khadi muslin, in the original colours - natural indigo, madder, and iron black, in a laborious process which can take upto 21 steps over several days.

Imprints: Textures on Tussah

Imprints: Textures on Tussah

This limited edition of wearable art borrows printmaking techniques to create textured overlays on tussah silk. Celebrating the imperfections of handmade, skilled hand block printers deliberately avoid repetitive patterns and let go. Each composition is alive with the invisible energy of an artist.

Manifestations of the Goddess

Manifestations of the Goddess

Painting is an act of worship for Chitaras of the wandering Vaghari community whose art is devoted to the Goddess Mother or Mata. ‘Mata-ni-Pachedi’ are portable cloth shrines. In this series, the artist draws on paper or cloth without premeditated sketching, in the traditional red and black.

Modernist Jamdani Tussah Silks

Modernist Jamdani Tussah Silks

A new spin on the legendary Jamdani of West Bengal, these limited edition tussah silk stoles are hand-woven using a unique extra-weft technique, which has won it a Geographical Indicator (GI) tag. Once driven to extinction by mechanisation, Jamdani is vital to skilled livelihoods. Discarding repetitive patterns, each design explores the infinite potential of artisanal weaving as a work of art.
Pabiben's Dhebaria Bags

Pabiben's Dhebaria Bags

Pabiben comes from the nomadic Dhebaria Rabari tribe, is champions the contemporary machine applique of Hari-Jari, has come full circle. Today she leads a revival of the distinctive Dhebaria Rabari hand embroidery and applique, which was forbidden in 1995. She employs more than 100 women within her community, and is the first woman craft-entrepreneur of Gujarat.
Pabiben's Hari Jari Bags

Pabiben's Hari Jari Bags

Pabiben comes from the nomadic Dhebaria Rabari tribe. Undeterred by a ban on embroidering dowries, women like her turned to machine appliqué, to create a new form called 'Hari-Jari'. Pabiben's first design, an instant hit, was christened the ‘Pabi Bag’. She employs more than 100 women within her community, and is the first woman craft-entrepreneur of Gujarat.
Painted Prayers: From the Bhil Imagination

Painted Prayers: From the Bhil Imagination

Painting is a form of prayer for the Bhil, one on India's predominant tribes. Every year, they paint their walls with 'pithoras', as offerings to the goddess. Illustrations from everyday life are painted with neem twig-brushes and natural pigments, on a fresh layer of clay and cowdung, in complex dotted patterns.

Regeneration: The Art of Mayur and Tushar Vayeda

Regeneration: The Art of Mayur and Tushar Vayeda

The Vayeda brothers, Mayur and Tushar, are artists from the indigenous Warli community in western India, who stand at the vanguard of contemporary Warli art.  In ReGENERATION, they respond to the urgent concerns of our time.
Reversible Ajrakh Quilts Of Kutch

Reversible Ajrakh Quilts Of Kutch

These one-of-a-kind cotton hand quilted bedspreads are delightfully reversible! Each patchwork quilt or 'dhadki' is made by two communities in Kutch - hand printed by Ajrakh printers, and joined together by Harijan women, with hand quilting, punctuated by a diamond motif, and finished with an embroidered edging.
Sacred Roots

Sacred Roots

Popularly known as Gond art, this genre is more accurately the ‘Jangarh Kalam’, after Jangarh Singh Shyam, the Pardhan Gond artist from Madhya Pradesh, central India. In this collection, the artist moves beyond established imagery, to focus on on his people's role as custodians of nature.

Shaggy Rag Bags

Shaggy Rag Bags

Madame Hall's fun and funky fabric tote is made from recycled embroideries and block prints from Gujarat. A addition to you collection of quirky accessories, this shaggy rag bag will add a touch of whimsy to both causal and dressy styles.
Tara Books

Tara Books

Tara Books is an independent publishing house started in 1994 by Gita Wolf. Many of the award-winning books evolve through long and intense dialogue and collaboration. Tara is particularly well-known for screen-printed books made entirely by hand by artisans at their workshop.