Jaaldar Round Bread Basket Set
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- Dimensions for Small Basket : Diameter: 7’’ Height: 3’’
- Dimensions for Large Basket :Diameter: 11’’ Height: 3’’
- Dimensions for Medium Basket :Diameter: 9’’ Height: 3’’
- Material :Willow
- Set Quantity :3
- KBCODE: KB2708
- Time To Make : 15-20 Days
- Availability: Ships Internationally
- COD: Available For this Product
- Brand: Gousia
In a beautiful wicker wood pattern of Jaaldar comes a set of baskets woven in willow to add the elegance of wood to your home with the utility that comes along. Locally this basket is used as a bread basket, to store fresh bread. There are more than one ways you can put use this pretty basket to use. Use it as a fresh fruits basket, wrap it around and use it as a gift basket. Use this Jaaldar basket for a purpose you feel fit, as a storage basket for fruits, vegetables, bread and groceries too! Put to use this beautiful set of baskets as you like. Get organized in the stylish splendor of willow! The light weighed willow baskets come with a great strength to safe keep your home essentials while imparting a pleasing look at display.
Specializing in the finesse of hand crafted wicker willow, Gousia willow is an initiative by a 95 year old artisan who brought the craft of basketry to a pinnacle of glory. His craftsmanship is now carried forward by his sons who make utlities, accessories and more out of the craft which emanates earthiness.
Wicker willow, locally known as Veer Kani is one of the most significant crafts of Kashmiri Handicraft Industry. These creative and delicately crafted masterpieces of art are a wonderful sight while taking a tour of the rich Kashmiri handicraft markets. Ganderbal district in Kashmir provides the climate conditions for the plant to grow. A one kilometer travel from Ganderbal takes one to the Shalabugh village which is home to the willow artisans. Some of the most commonly crafted items are baskets, flower vases, room dividers, lamp shades, curtain rings, trays, cycle baskets, chairs , racks, holders, swings and not to forget the traditional Kashmiri Kangri!