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Mysore - Naksha Pendant

You may have lived in many cities. But there's only one city that lives within you.

These pendents are inspired by vintage maps from the British era of 'Undivided India' where Bangladesh and Pakistan were a part of India.

The artists love for making glass pendents coupled with her love for travel, made her explore these beautiful vintage maps. These maps were procured from the artist's various visits to Chor Bazaar, and while rummaging through some old atlas books in Sion, Mumbai.

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Color: Brown, green

Size / Dimension: 1.5 x 2 inches

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You may have lived in many cities. But there's only one city that lives within you.

These pendents are inspired by vintage maps from the British era of 'Undivided India' where Bangladesh and Pakistan were a part of India.

The artists love for making glass pendents coupled with her love for travel, made her explore these beautiful vintage maps. These maps were procured from the artist's various visits to Chor Bazaar, and while rummaging through some old atlas books in Sion, Mumbai.

"I know how passionately people feel about their roots and the place that they belong to. And that's exactly what these pendents stand for." Says Saarus, the artist behind Glasshopper.

It comes along with a silver polished nickel ball chain and a little metal charm in a handmade potli.

Title: Mysore - Naksha Pendant

Color: Brown, Green

Size / Dimension: 1.5 x 2 inches

Time of Delivery: 6 Business days

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glasshopper

Contributor Since: Jun 4, 2016

Always admired the intricacy and brilliance of stained glass work in murals that adorn church panels? Been awestruck by the colours and craftsmanship of classic Tiffany lamps that never go out of style? Wished some of that beauty could be reflected in artwork that occupies your home as well? Then say hello to Glasshopper. One of the few glasswork studios in the country, Glasshopper creates multihued sun catchers, planters, lampshades, door panels, custom-made christmas decorations, garden ornamentals and more...all using the intricate lead work featuring glass in different shapes, in over 200 colours and textures. Popular motifs include butterflies, dragonflies, birds, angels, seagulls and elements inspired by nature. The common thing that binds all these creations is the intricate lead work that fuses the glass pieces together in over 200 shaded, coloured and textured glass. Started only a year back in Bangalore, Glasshopper has already beautified homes, work places, restaurants and various stores with its unique and exclusive work.

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