Rakhi Gift Box - Indigo Journal

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SKU: GSFS3105

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Sale price₹ 1,990
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In stock (13 units), ready to be shipped

Description

An eco-friendly and sustainable gift box with a matching Rakhi. A perfect box for a brother who loves to travel and write. 

Gift Box Content

  • One brass indigo layered rakhi
  • One A5 indigo journal
  • One small tree of life bookmark
  • One booklet that speaks about the history of Indigo and its process
  • One gift box and best wishes notecard
  • Dimensions: Gift Box - 23.20 x 22.20 x 3.40 cms

Rakhi

  • Quantity: One Rakhi
  • Layered solid metal design
  • With a layer of handloom Indigo or Maroon cotton textile
  • High-quality brass, electroplated and lacquered for a brilliant shine
  • Hand-braided cotton thread

Please note: Handloom textile will have an uneven texture and thread as it is handwoven. The textile is sourced from cooperatives in central India.

Indigo Journal 

Our Indigo journal is the perfect space for writing your thoughts, ideas, dreams, and adventures. Crafted by experienced artisans and made in limited numbers, our journals are handmade with the highest quality craftsmanship and attention to detail. Each journal comes with a matching bookmark and a booklet about the history and extraction process of Indigo.

  • Cover: Hand-dyed Indigo cotton textile sourced from village units
  • Paper: 100% recycled, wood free handmade paper sourced from rural units
  • Page type: Blank, hand-stitched
  • Paper texture: Rough, handmade
  • Writing: Use a ballpoint pen, pencil or gel pen
  • Pages GSM: Approximately 120 gsm
  • Pages: 144 pages (72 leaves)

Please note: There may be minor imperfections in the textile as it is handwoven on looms and on the papers as they are handmade from recycled cotton rags. These imperfections are natural and add beauty to the product as each piece is unique.

The pages are made from recycled jute fibre and have not been treated with any colour or dye; they get the off-white shade naturally while the jute rags are being beaten into pulp to make the paper.

 

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