handmade embroidery and patchwork from the villages of jaipur, india..
pieces of cloths were collected from indian families back in the day and now turned into beautiful delicate embroidery & patchwork. each piece is unique and cannot be in any way replicated due to the rare collections of the cloths..
this piece was named after an elephant we met at the elephant sanctuary in india named rani. and rani means queen.. :)
use it as wall art, as a tablecloth or anything your heart desires..
w:157 cm l: 103 cm
only one available
please note that these handmade items are not factory made and may have minor imperfections on the pieces due to the nature of the craft..
10% of our sales goes to the tibetan children's villages, an educational community for destitute tibetan children in exile. please visit our serving tab for more or visit their website: http://www.tcv.org.in/