Kutchi Jari-Kaam Chappal

Kutchi Jari-Kaam Chappal

€35.00Price

These beautiful Chappal (sandals), made with Jari Kaam - a technique that uses a silver and golden Jari (stitch), - were crafted by leather and embroidery artisans from the Kutch region in Gujarat (India). Traditionally a collaborative outcome of the Maldhari nomads’ tanning expertise and the Meghwal community’s stitching and embroidering skills.

Add these comfortable pair of handmade Chappal  topcrafted with sheer love in your collection today!

 

Ethnic styles express lifestyle. They are practiced by individuals whose heritage is rooted in community rather than land, and considered cultural property.

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  • CRAFT TECHNIQUE: Leather Work - in Kutch, Gujarat...

     

    IN KUTCH (Gujarat, India) Leather Work was earlier on a partnership between the Maldharis (nomadic pastoralist) experts in tanning, and the Dalit Meghwals (leather, stitching and embroidery craftsmen) migrants from Rajasthan.

     

    LEATHER WORK was traditionally used to make harnesses for camels and horses, musical instruments, storage containers and footwear, once the local leather was very good, durable and even resistant to water. In our days, Kutch Leather Work is a means of business and livelihood for many villages in the region.

     

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