Manufacturer : Hasta Udyag
Dimension : 21.4 x 21.4 x 49.1 cm
Material : Jute
State : West Bengal
This jute flower pot from West Bengal is a beautiful traditional piece with an eye catching design that adds a flair of style to the pot. It features a beautiful deer, created with colored jute threads that protrude from the pot, and add to its charm. The way the colored threads are stuck on to form designs adds a special texture and effect to it. The handcrafted flower pot is a unique thing both in texture and size, and can be displayed in airy spaces to lend some personality to the room.
Jute, the Golden Thread of West Bengal, has been used extensively for in various forms and for various purposes in handcrafts. Jute is used as raw material in the creation of various kinds of goods, ranging from shopping bags, intricately woven decorative pieces, mats and pots, and even houses are constructed with jute stick. Jute holds great significance in West Bengali culture, and it is a staple in the lifestyle of its inhabitants, evident in the presence of jute in a variety of crafts, handiworks, utilities and various elegant objects. Fabrics made from jute are decorated with tie and dye, block printing, and embroidery. The fabric is used for adoration and utilities, and display a very distinct style and character in design.