The unique collaboration brings collectively over 40 donors – main names from the world of artwork, craft and
hospitality – who shall be donating one-of-a-kind merchandise or experiences that inform a ‘Handcrafted in India’ story.
Over 50 unique heaps will go up on the market as a part of a 12 Hour, No Reserve Auction to be hosted on-line on November 30, 2021 between 8am to 8pm. The auction catalogue will is offered for public viewing from 25 November 2022 on the StoryLTD web site.
The donor checklist contains many celebrated names from the world of artwork, craft and design – dedicated to elevating the worth of the ‘Handcrafted in India’ story. These embrace Her Highness Maharani Radhika Raje Gaekwad, Rooshad Shroff, Asheish Shah, Max Modesti, Anita Dongre, Sanjay Garg, Shibani Jain (Baaya), Srila Chatterjee (Baro Market), Delhi Vintage Company, Ayush and Geetanjali Kasliwal, Prince Yeshwantrao Holkar of Indore, Princess Brijeshwari Gohil of Bhavnagar, Princesses Mrinalika and Akshita Bhanj Deo of Mayurbhanj, architects Shimul Kadri and Samira Rathod, Chairperson of the Crafts Council of India – Gita Ram, Delhi Crafts Council, Jaipur Rugs, Sarmaya Arts Foundation, Sasha Producers Association, Lekha Poddar of Devi Arts Foundation, Mayank Mansingh Kaul amongst many.
Cause Partners who’re dedicated to advocacy and storytelling across the auction embrace RAW Collaborative, Royal Fables, Hand for Handmade, and Anantaya Decor.
“India for Artisans is now truly becoming an exercise in nationwide solidarity with the goal to recognise and stand behind the makers of India – our true creative and cultural capital,” mentioned Priya Krishnamoorthy, Founder and CEO, 200 Million Artisans.