Itajime Shibori - Artisans & Process

Itajime Shibori - Artisans & Process

Ever since the Itajime collection was launched nearly 3 years back - it has been a sell out - many of you willing to wait for months as that is how long it takes for these babies to come to life! Explained here in the blog in detail is the process behind the making of the Itajime Shibori and the master artisans who make these - detailed by Katherine - the woman behind the label - House of Wandering Silk who picks up the striking pantone colors and the cosmic patterns.  Enjoy the visuals as well as the read. read more
Birthstones - Crystal History & Properties

Birthstones - Crystal History & Properties

Our range of 925 silver jewelry uses a variety of semi precious stones / gemstones. We have been asked a number of times about the birthstones (stones associate with the birth months). Birthstones are a fun, popular and colorful introduction to the world of gemstones. They appeal to audiences around the world regardless of gender, age, nationality or religion. Birthstones carry secrets, attributes and lore that are unique to each gemstone. In this blog we have detailed the birthstones for each month. Have a read and enjoy the history and the properties behind these gorgeous stones. read more
Making of Kantha Silk Scarves

Making of Kantha Silk Scarves

Unless you see the artisans at work, and understand the process from start to finish, it can be very difficult to grasp the vast amount of work that goes into hand crafting a product, no matter how simple it may seem.  Since the beginning of our concept store, the Kantha Silk Scarves have been a staple offering and impressing the customers with their colors and the quality of the finish. This blog from HOWS describes the detailed making and process behind these unique buys! Have a read and enjoy the history and the properties behind these artisans at work. read more
Story Behind Upcycled Necklaces

Story Behind Upcycled Necklaces

The first 6-string Sari Bead Necklace was designed, back in 2012 as a means of utilizing the beautiful remnants of sari fabric left over from what was cut from Kantha Sari Scarves and Shawls. Since then, this style has evolved into many iterations of the same idea: a zero waste policy that challenges us to use every last piece of fabric from the vintage saris we source. read more
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