Brass-made handicrafts and bamboo houseware are just the kind of things that could fill your homes grace, tradition and magic. EPCH aims to make a big impact for these crafts, locally and globally alike, because we believe such great crafts and artisans are a blessing for the country
It’s clear as the daylight that our country has a rich and diverse handicraft culture. However, there is a particular craft we have mastered, probably better than any other civilization; and that’s houseware. And what that makes Indian Houseware so special is the material that we use to make these beautiful and unique crafts that make your house look grand. With organizations like EPCH to support and promote the export of India’s masterpiece houseware crafts, it’s future looks safe.
We found out about brass, or let’s say, ‘discovered’ brass way back in 1400 BC and have been making beautiful art out of it ever since. One great positive about brass handicrafts is that they’re corrosion free and lasts long which means very less or zero maintenance. So, obviously when you buy a brasscraft, you’re in for the longer haul and will be able to feast your eyes on it for a very long time. And it’s probably going to outlive you too. Brass idols of gods, vases, perforated lamps, ornament boxes, toys, wine glasses, plates, fruit bowls and many more are commonly found in a lot of Indian houses even today. The artisans behind these brasscraft, Kansaris, feel secure about the future of their craft, thanks to organizations like EPCH for marketing their products and providing them useful info.
India is a big time producer of bamboo and our eco friendly handicrafts made from bamboo find a huge market within the country itself. Baskets, dolls, toys, chalani, furniture, mats, wall-hangings, umbrella handles, crossbows, kula, dukula, kathi and jewellery boxes made out of bamboo are very common sights in nearly every Indian household. Bamboo handicrafts not only figure out as home decor, but they also find extensive use as daily life objects in rural parts of the country for their attributes of strength and durability. Bamboo craft also gives your household an eco friendly makeover. They are also widely used for utility and decorative purposes. Bamboo Crafts are produced in large scales in West Bengal, Assam and Tripura. To add a massive advantage, these items have a long life and calls for minimum maintenance. The crafts, knitted by the skilled hands of artisans have had a great turn over from their exports due to the exposure they get from fairs and exhibitions organized by EPCH.
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