Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Handmade Jute Vase A Unique Specimen of Tradition and Style

A long tradition of jute work coupled with contemporary range of colors and style make this handmade jute vase a unique specimen of tradition and style
Pakistani handicrafts are always rich in variety owing to great diversity in the cultural set-up of Pakistani society. The handicraft produced in far flung regions of Pakistan are unique and possess great historical traditions and artistry.
Jute can be raised and manufactured cheaply, but is not so strong or so lasting as flax.
Jute threads are running around it. I used handdyed jute to embellished it further. It can match any decor.

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