Lumba Rakhi | Moti Bead in Blue Pottery
'Blue Pottery' was derived from the attractive cobalt blue dye used to colour the pottery. It is made using a paste and dough obtained by blending quartz stone powder, powdered glass, Multani Mitti, borax, gum and water and has been practiced in Jaipur for decades now, adapted to Indian design sensibilities.
Here's is a special hand painted Blue Pottery lumba rakhi for your loved one - Mention at check out between Moti bead rakhis (yellow or blue) and box bead rakhis (yellow or blue). Humbly packaged in an envelope with a message, roli and rice. This is a symbol of prosperity of the India traditional crafts and is made by Vimal and his team of artisans.