Collections

Wall Decor

Browse through our entire collection of paintings offered by the studio in different mediums, styles, and techniques. From Traditional Tanjores to Contemporary Abstracts, there is something to be liked by every personality. The best part, we are open to customizations as well! Just drop us an email with your request and we'll see if we can work our magic. Click on the explore button to view the collection.

Oil Pastels

Oil Pastels or simply called "crayons" have long been termed as an art medium only for kids to create art with. This collection of artworks is our attempt to change that outlook and bring you some really vibrant, happy, and joyful landscapes and abstracts to add to your space that zing of colour! Click on the explore button to view the collection.

Did you always want to have a favourite coffee mug or wish to add a new one to your collection because just like Lays, no one can have just one, right? Check out these exclusive hand-painted coffee mugs and watch them become a beautiful and indispensable part of your life. Click on the explore button to view the collection.

Jewellery

Adorn yourself with handcrafted pieces of unique contemporary jewellery from our studio in some traditional and some not-so-traditional mediums. You'll find something for every occasion, from casual wear to something special. Click on the explore button to view the collection.

Enamels

Enamelling or more popularly known as "Meenakari" is a fascinating age-old process where glass powder is used to coat a metal surface and fired at a high temperature, usually around 850°C. This process is repeated a number of times till the desired result is achieved. Usually found as part of jewellery, in our studio's collection you'll find the technique applied to large scale works, bowls and jewellery pieces. Click on the explore button to view the collection.

Bowls

Our Enamelled Copper Bowls are one of our most cherished collections which we truly enjoy handcrafting for you! The process of creating these bowls is as fascinating as the final result where each piece gets fired a minimum of five times and a maximum of 8 at around 850°C fusing the glass powder with the copper surface. Click on the explore button to view the collection.