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Indian Pocket Doll & Ornament - Set of 2

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These colorfully dressed dolls are sure to delight both collectors and those in search of beautifully-made handicrafts. Each doll is handmade in the Kutch region of India and represents the traditional dress of the area. One has a loop to add a touch of exotic color to your holiday tree, and the other doll is the perfect size for a pocket or holiday stocking!

Due to the handmade nature of the dolls, no two will be alike, but sets will contain one male and one female. Dolls measure approximately 3.5" T (8.9 cm). Handmade in and fair-trade imported from India.

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Artisan: Fabric artisans in India

Artisan Fabric artisans in India

Kailash Bahan, age 42 (shown in the yellow sari) and Ganeshi Bai, age 38 (in the pink sari, far right) are part of an all-women cooperative in western Rajasthan, India. Having learned the art of hand appliqué from fellow village women, they are now passing on the art to the next generation.

The cooperative currently has 272 women practicing hand appliqué, living in small villages through the region. Once a week they travel to the cooperative's headquarters to collect more materials, submit their work, and receive payment.

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