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Festive Campervan Ornament

Tara

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Driving Home for Christmas ........

Our take on the classic campervan is bound to add some fun and festive cheer to your tree. Hand crafted and embroidered by our women artisans Yasmeen, Saika & Tabbasum in India

The fabric is fixed to a wooden frame called an adda to be hand embroidered. Once the embroidery is completed it is stitched by hand to give it its shape. The embroidery technique used is a historical traditional art, flourishing in India for more than a century.

Mix and match with other styles for a playful, modern take on seasonal styling for your space or as a gift or stocking filler for loved ones.

Delhi, India
Materials are sourced from local weavers and responsible, ethical sources. Recycled foam, satin, kasab and cotton thread Due to the delicate embroidery do not machine wash. Wipe clean only.
Measured from widest points: 11.5cm x 4cm x 2cm
Sending as a gift? Once you have selected a product, view the cart and select the gift wrapping option (£2.50 per item). We will wrap this in beautiful, upcycled, block printed wrapping paper. You can also include a gift message - if a message has been entered, we will not include a dispatch note or price details in the package.

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Recycled foam, satin, kasab and cotton thread

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TARA

TARA is a social impact organisation that supports the economic growth of disadvantaged artisans and craftsmen of Delhi and its surrounding areas. Founded in the early seventies, TARA (which stands for Trade Alternative Reform Action), practises fairness in production and permits safe working conditions for all makers. There is no child labour at TARA and there is also a commitment to gender equality as all craftsmen are paid a living wage.

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