Jute Necklace Set
Bengal was the largest producer of jute before partition and after Bangladesh was formed in 1905 the factories only remained within the boundaries of India. Since then the use of jute has reduced over time and whatever u see of jute around the market now is an effort to revive the cultivation and the lives of the cultivators of this golden fibre. So to bring to your notice, this piece of jewellery is not only a vibrant piece of adornment but also a piece of your heritage. An age old cultivation invented by man that served most of their material needs until modernization hit and newer materials filled our vocabulary.
These pretty beads are made of wood with colored jute strands over them. Light weight and long lasting, it’s a perfect fit to your traditional attire.