Get Stately Artifacts of India at this Quaint Thane Store!

Attributes: Decor, Upholstery & Carpets, Cushion & Throws, Decor Pieces, Others, Indoor Plants, Collectibles/Aretfacts

India is popularly known for its ethnicity and varied culture. Often handicrafts are inspired by different regional cultures as these artisans pour their art at the best they know. No wonder why Saanchi Arts has taken up an ethnic route to deliver the different artworks of India right in Mumbai.
   
Far from city’s chaos, Saanchi Arts is cozily settled in one of the serene nooks of Thane where one could indulge buying best of handicrafts, imported from various corners of India. Clay craft or pottery is something you would find in plenty at Saanchi Arts. Vases and pots made of terracotta and brought from Bengal are a perfect choice for a home decoration. 

Handmade pouches made of silk cloth with Kantha work from West Bengal cost you for just Rs. 75/- and human-shaped wall mountings cost Rs. 800/- a pair, at Saanchi Arts. Amidst all the wooden and clay items, my eyes struck on meticulously designed décor ships.  These decorative ship pieces are specially made of sola wood which gives them a white milky outer appearance, making them extremely attractive out of all. 

 Most of their collection is imported from Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal and Kolhapur. Interestingly, most items kept at Saanchi Arts are uber pocket-friendly. 

So, this Diwali, adorn your home with the majestic goodies of terracotta, ceramic, cotton, sola wood, bamboo and more from Saanchi Arts.

Address : Shop No.1, Shree Mangesh Co-op. Hsg. Soc., Near Ghantali Maidan, Next To Hotel Kolhapur, Ghantali, Thane (W), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400602

Author Credit: Sheetal Mhaske

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