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Dual Design Bangle Set (Set of 4)

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  • Dimensions :Glitter Bangle Thickness : 1/2 Inch Traditional Bangle design Thickness : 3/4th Inch.
  • Care :Wipe with a soft cloth
  • KBCODE: KB1267
  • Time To Make : 15-20 Days
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • COD: Available For this Product
  • Brand: Ess Qasim
"Walk in style!! The much loved Paper Mache bangles come now in a glitter form.The smart chic look in the bangles is a given,however the glitter and innovative adds to its appeal.Your party bangles would go with any of your attire.Done in a golden glitter,inside and out the bangles are outlined in an elegant white.The motif used is a floral charm of blue,pink and purple.The elegance is further enhanced by the leaves done in black.The different shades of your moods in life,so cutely depicted in this piece of art.Done in Paper Mache,the bangles are quite light in weight. Carry them in style, carry them in pride, take these babies home and believe me, you will only adore them.Never out of style is native to any Paper Mache art.A little gift for someone you love and know will love it all the same. The set comes in 2 Glitter Banles and 2 Traditional Design Bangles. Note: The product is available in asorted range.
Award Winning Artist, Mr. Abul Hassan, is the pioneer of Ess Qasim, who specializes in fine brush strokes and pure gold work. From traditional boxes and trays, they have displayed a fascinating art of Paper Mache room dividers and brass vases among the others. ESS Qasim also specialize in the Glitter Paper Mache Art.
Paper Mache is a delicate decorative art, born in Persia and brought to Kashmir by a Prince who spent years in a prison at Samarkand in Central Asia. The surroundings harnessed the creativity and romance for this art and finally Paper Mache took its roots in the simple homes and thus— a new art form was born. Paper Mache became the folk art of Kashmir; passing down from father to son, from generation to generation. Paper Mache involves two main steps: ‘Sakhtsazi’ is the actual production of the item and ‘Naqashi’ is when the item is painted with any number of motifs.