Art & Handicrafts of India Online
In an increasing technology and industry-driven world, we are gradually forgetting the traditional arts and crafts of India. Traditional artisans are searching for other means of income. Ancient art coming down for generations will vanish. Protecting and conserving the talent and know-how of ancient crafts is a mounting challenge. In such a scenario, Exclusive Lane is curating exquisitely handcrafted creations from across the world. They are preserving almost extinct art forms and helping gifted artisans to showcase their art globally. They are reviving art forms and creating awareness. Laudably, the artists and the artisan are getting due recognition for their brilliant workmanship. You have Art & Handicrafts of India Online.
Started in 2012, Exclusive Lane is an online craft portal promoting Indian handicrafts worldwide. They are helping the rural artisans based in different parts of the country to make a decent living.
Every item is exclusively handcrafted and hand-painted with minute detailing by artisans. The products range from Kitchen and dining, Home and décor, furniture and furnishing and lighting. They make them with different materials like ceramic, wood, terracotta, Teak & Sheesham, brass, Canvas, etc.
If you are looking to amp up your interiors, let me suggest Exclusive Lane, which has an exceptional collection. Rest assured, you will get the best quality handicrafts made by the amazingly talented artisans of India.
Their exquisite inventory has kitchen storage, jars, dining, wall decor, home decor, and vases that will enthral you.
Are you curious?
Being a home chef, I am naturally inclined towards the kitchen.
I have compiled 5 of my favourite, delightful handcrafted gorgeousness for you-
- Twelve Blends Spice Box
The spice boxes are delightful with containers and spoons made of Sheesham wood. In Indian cuisine, we have several spices and condiments. This Twelve blends Spice Box has 12 compartments. There is a handy spoon carved out of luxuriously textured Sheesham wood. It will take you down memory lane when the aroma of your grandmother’s cooking tickled your nostrils when you entered the house.
2. Duals of Warli
An exclusive set of two jars, hand-painted with dainty Warli Tribal motifs. They made plain jars of glass. But they uniquely made the lids with pinewood and painted them vivid yellow. They embellished a bullock cart on this. These jars are airtight and you can store and serve your favourite snacks in them. It is like having a piece of Indian tribal art adorning your kitchen.
3. Ceramic Oil Bottle
My mom used to have a ceramic oil bottle, and I always wanted one. Instead of storing your oil in plastic containers, try this old-fashioned studio pottery ceramic oil bottle. Easy to hold with the handle. It is hand-glazed and double-fired at 1200 degrees. Next time you have to gift a homemaker, buy this attractive, utilitarian, oil dispenser.
4. A serving plate with two bowls
From The Hut collection, this serving plate and bowls for dips portray the usual life in Puducherry. The hand-painted scene spans the rows of nuts with their triangle thatched roofs and uniform and proportional windows. It represents the crowded market with its cacophony. The trees, birds, sun, sky and green fields bring alive the simple village life, with the bright strokes of paint on clay. Each piece is unique as it is and painted by artisans who have their own inimitable style.
A similar set of 6 bowls in the Hut Collection is ideal for serving snacks and starters to your guests. Handcrafted in ceramic will reflect Indian culture on your table.
5. Desert motifs
Have you heard of handcrafted and hand-painted wooden artefacts? This is a round roti box with a lid. They made it of mango wood and called it Desert Stash. It is dark brown and gracefully hand-painted by the artisan. The artisan seems to have taken a flight of fancy to the Thar desert. Turquoise-blue and peach-coloured flower art captures the spirit of the desert. The serenity inspired him in the green and blue oasis. As the desert has a mystical aura that stokes the creativity in the artist. Doesn’t it look vibrant and exotic, snugly keeping your rotis warm for the family? The next time you have guests, impress them by serving roti from this amazing box.
Why pick Exclusive Lane
They are trustworthy with the best quality, reigning for 10 years. Right now there are discounts and incentives going on. Visit the website today for inexpressibly handcrafted pieces.
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Hey I have that cute spice box too but I use it for other things!!
I love all the items mentioned in the blog. Exclusive Lane surely seems like a great site to shop for amazing stuff. Will surely try their products.
This is a wonderful way to stimulate the art forms an let people know more about them. And, as you told how it’s helping them the artisan, it feels really great as their efforts are giving them good results . This platform sems very much helpful and also we can have our eyes on varied products.
I like your list from the craftsmen. I think the jars with the Worli motifs are the best. I am keeping Exclusivelane on my list of sites for gifting and home decor.
Your top picks are beautiful and the quality looks just as good. I love those elegant ethnic motifs. Thank you for introducing me to Exclusive lane Harjeet… I had no idea about it’s existence .
My personal favourite is the 2nd one-the jar, although all the items you’ve curated are good. Will check this out, Harjeet. Thanks for sharing.
My eye is on the spice box and if I show that to my mom then tho…
The ceramic bottle we get jars like that in which we store pickle
First of all, Indian crafts are really amazing and one of a kind. The way you use colors and how you the creativity you have always shows off your culture which is admirable. It’s great to know that these crafts are now available online.
I’ve shopped at Exclusivelane few times and love their collection. I have a similar 9 compartment spice box and beautiful Mughal art kulhads bought from them. Great choices and amazing finishing.
I love that ceramic oil bottle. My mom had such ceramic bottle for oils, salt and pickle. I always wanted to have but never find it. Thank you for introducing this exclusive range .
I prefer using handicrafts and pottery items in the kitchen. The collection looks so lovely. The oil bottle reminded me of my childhood too.
Love the selection you curated. I particularly love the spice box. Handicrafts have a charm of their own. I will check out Exclusive Lane next time I am looking for kitchenware.
I realized that our taste matches after reading this post as I am a fan and shopper of Exclusive Lane. In my possession I am having that elegant spice box and that same design two bowls. Vibrant Handicraft and pottery items always grab my attention as I am always in love with it. In addition to handicraft household items I am a big fan of Handicraft traditional costume toys and I love making collection of it. If you visit my place you will get to see my love for handicraft items. The list you curated is really good and Exclusive Lane is really a wonderful platform to shop.
I myself love collecting handicraft items and specially kitchen items. Your dessert motif looks so cute and the serving plate and spice box are also amazing. I will check out Exclusive Lane and order something for myself too. Thanks for the review.
This is a fantastic manner to stimulate the artwork bureaucracy an let human beings recognize greater about them. And, as you informed the way it’s supporting them the artisan, it feels absolutely amazing as their efforts are giving them accurate effects . I loved the way you collected and curated some artistic decor items.
I have a ceramic jar for oil in my kitchen. I love the spice box and love all the knick knacks you have shared! Looks some impending shopping is on the cards 😂
Exclusive Lane seems to be doing a remarkable job in preserving and promoting the traditional arts and crafts of India. Their collection of handcrafted creations is exquisite, and it’s great to see them supporting the rural artisans by providing them with a means of livelihood. Will check it out
I love the spice box and the oil jar. I have not heard of this site but all the items you have suggested in your post look interesting….will check out the site for som retail therapy 😜
This is an excellent way to promote the arts and educate the public about them. Plus, as you mentioned, it feels nice knowing their efforts yield positive results. I am in love with that jar… Will check this site for that jar now. 😅
The spice box and the plate, bowl sets wow is so artistic it will give the soothing effect when you make your mind to cook. Happiness while cooking gives good taste I believe.