Ikai Asai-Dhyana Papier Mache Tray Set
Craft -Papier Mache originated in China, eventually spreading to Japan and Persia. In the 15th century, Persian scholar Shah-e-Hamadan brought 700 artisans from Persia to Kashmir. Today, it is majorly practiced by the shia community; made in homes, and workshops, in Srinagar, and other parts of the Kashmir Valley. It primarily consists of paper pulp, and is a richly decorated, colourful artifact, made generally in the form of decorative objects.
Color - White and Red
Material -Papier Mache
Dimension / Size -Height: 1.6, Diameter: 20.5
Wash & Care / Maintenance -DO: - Use only dry cloth to remove dust - Use to store lightweight and dry items - Store in a cool and dry place DON’T: - Use wet cloth or chemicals to remove dust - Use it in microwave
Return Policy -This item is non-returnable. It is eligible for replacement, within 2 days of delivery, only in an unlikely event of damaged, defective or different item delivered to you.
Net Qty - 2
Dispatch Timeline - (in Days)It will take 7-9 days to ship this product.
NOTES FOR YOU
Cotton Apparel - Hand wash separately. Silk & Madhubani - Dry clean only. Baskets & Show Pieces - Clean with a wet cloth. For any other product - Please find the wash care in the product description.
Free shipping within India on orders valued above INR 4999. Shipping out of India is as per weight calculation at checkout.
Country of Origin - India
Gift Wrap Available
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30 Days Free Return
Okhai Apparels - 30 Days Free Return. On SALE - No Return Refund. Please Note - Custom Made Handicrafts - No Returns No Refund as mentioned in the product description.
Estimated Delivery Time
Okhai Apparel - 4-6 Working Days. Custom Handicrafts - 15 to 30 days as artisans make it after they receive the order.
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