Felt Wool Elephant Ornament
Felt Wool Elephant Ornament
Felt Wool Elephant Ornament
Felt Wool Elephant Ornament
Felt Wool Elephant Ornament

Felt Wool Elephant Ornament

Rs. 975.00 Rs. 1,275.00
Size & Weight

8x3x5.5 (LWH) inches | 290gm

Material

Felt

Care Instructions

To clean, Dry clean only.

Note
Felt Wool Elephant Ornament

Felt Wool Elephant Ornament

Rs. 975.00 Rs. 1,275.00
Product description
  • Made of 100% genuine felt, this Elephant showpiece cum decor figure measures 8.0" by 3.0" by 5.5" inches (LWH).

  • This gorgeous 100% biodegradable wool felt decorative is full of character. This table top figurine can also be used as a decor showpiece at your home or office. This Product is a perfect precedent of the art of acceptance that India portrays, as during the British rule it set an example of Hindu-Muslim unity in India.

  • This needle felted table top figure is environmentally kind. Our collection includes little-felt friends in vibrant animal figures such as sheep, horse, goat, reindeer and much more.

  • This product supports and empowers underprivileged rural women of Rajasthan, India. It preserves the rare craft of needle felting in India. Felt, or Namda, as it is locally called is said to have migrated to India from Iran and Turkey. This Namda cluster which makes this product in Rajasthan was once ruled by the 'Pathans' of Afghanistan. This cluster employs about 500 Pinjare artisans, an Indian-Persian Muslim community

  • Quality satisfaction and timely delivery are assured. To be sure of authenticity, we recommend you to buy this product from dekulture brand only. Made in India, this brand new felt Product is not safe for children. Dry clean only
Craft Type & Story

These gorgeous 100% biodegradable handmade wool felt toys are perfect for children as they are soft, safe and full of character. Even cats' love them! Felt making, or Namda, as it is locally called, is a craft exercised in some areas of Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, and Rajasthan. Namda cluster in the Tonk district, once ruled by the 'Pathans' of Afghanistan, collectively employs about 500 Pinjare artisans, an Indian- Persian Muslim community. Apart from contemporary workshops using a carding machine to fluff the wool, the entire felt-making process is quite primitive. Felt making is said to have migrated to India from Iran and Turkey. It is believed that a person named Nubi developed felt fabric to protect Emperor Akbar's horse from cold in the 11th century. Akbar, being impressed by the craftsmanship, gave the craft the title of Namda. Namda toys came into existence about 10 years ago, thus their shapes have taken a modern twist. Our little-felt friends come in vibrant animal figures such as elephants, goats, and reindeer. These toys & ornaments are the perfect precedents of the art of acceptance that Tonk portrays, as, during the British rule, it set an example of Hindu- Muslim unity in India.