BIDRI Inspired by designs of the silver inlay craft of Bidri, our stunning set of six espresso cups incorporates fine lattice jaali patterns in platinum with hints of ruby and onyx. Bidar a town in Karnataka, India, became the centre of manufacture of this unique metalwork in striking charcoal inlayed with silver wire in the 14th century during the period of the Deccan Sultante. Discover the collection on our #WebBoutique . #Bidri #FineBoneChina
Presenting folkloric's festive collection-"Bidri Inspired Cushions". #festivehomedecor #diwali #folkloricindia #bidri #inspiredfolkloric #cushioncover #cushionlove #homedecor Bidri is a unique metal-ware craft practiced in southern India; in parts of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. This collection is a result of our travels towards the region called Bidar and our new found love for the craft! Bidri's contrasting colours and intricate designs and craftsmanship makes it this beautiful..
This beautiful 'Bidriware' bowl belongs to the small town of Bidar renowned for its unique metalware. Bidar is a district in the state of Karnataka in South India. 'Bidri' is a 14th century art and was a dying art but was revived by one Md. Salimuddin who after his post-graduation decided to use the skills taught to him by his parents and take it to a global platform. @StoreIndya - We have a range of such beautifully hand-crafted products and a variety of other wooden handicrafts as well.
These are earrings from Karnataka, India from the 1800s or 1900s. They are made of gold, probably 22k, pearls, lac, which is a natural material often used to stabilize repouse, and red stones, likely rubies. The ear post is down on the body of the earrings, and the chains are brought up to hook into the hairdo. This adds beauty and offsets the weight of heavy earrings.
Karnataka pillow cover hand printed in metallic gold on black organic hemp by Chanee Vijay Textiles