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Set of 3 Double Layered Cotton Face Masks with Vibrant Handpainted Madhubani Artworks

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SKU: BR/MA/FM/RJ/0002
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Cheerful, evergreen leaves, a cheeky, winking fish and graceful scarlet flowers, the artisan’s assertion that Madhubani paintings manifest only the good. Even if on unlikely canvases like cotton face masks! Tradition with a twist or mere playfulness? You decide! This set double layered cotton masks are painted with the beautiful forms of Madhubani, an art form of Mithila. Motifs have their special symbolic significance and depict good luck and the beauty of nature. This set of 3 pieces are double layered cotton masks and come in free size (elastic bands).

Dimensions

10.2L x 5.5W

26L x 14W

Colour
Multi-colour on white base

Materials
Cotton fabric, acrylic paint and elastic.

Care
Handwash in cold water with mild detergent

Weight
21 gm

Hand-painted, please allow for slight variation in colour or design

Artisan Details
Ratneshwar Jha
Ratneshwar Jha

Ratneshwar Jha is a 28-year old Mithila artist living in the Madhubani district near Janak in Bihar. The Mithila craft has very ancient roots and is said to be nearly 2000 years old. Some say that...

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Soundari Mukherjea

Enjoying wearing the hand painted masks - if we have to mask up, I would rather go ethnic especially when it is so beautifully hand painted. Thanks to the Tvami team for putting this together and also ensuring I had the masks in time in time before I was heading out of India.