World Art Community

Please Wait...

Owl Pacino $14.50 SHIPPING & HANDLING: $30.00 DISCOUNT: $0.00 TIME TO DISPATCH: 2-4days AVAILABLE ITEMS: 5 DELIVERY METHOD: Courier

IN STOCK

ADD TO CART

Material : Cotton, Felt, Recycled cotton fiber
Dimension : 12"Height X 12" Width X 4" Thickness, Since these are handmade, sizes may vary slightly
Hi! I am Chakshu urf Hooty - buddy to little ones to treasure and perfect for pretend play or story telling time. Loved by kids but to let you in on a secret - have a big fan following in adults too! FUN Fact - A group of owls is called a........ Parliament! ( Tell me bout it :-D ) Eco-friendly, 100% handcrafted in a home with lots of love and care. Made of soft cotton consciously procured from select stock fabric overruns, my creation has helped reduce manufacturing pressure on our beautiful planet earth! Chakshu is made in vibrant printed cotton fabric, and the eyes, beak and claws are made of felt. The eyes have buttons. Price for a single piece only. Please note that since the product is made from upcycled material and hence the print could vary. Chakshu is a part of the Amaryn toy collection that is handcrafted with love by underprivileged women, who have been upskilled by SVATANYA . By buying Chakshu, you become a part of SVATANYA family and contribute towards our cause of helping marginalized women get financially empowered. The print and placement will vary from piece to piece Care: wipe with wet cloth or gently hand wash separately.

ABOUT Amaryn by Svatanya

Shop Logo

	 								Amaryn is a label under the social initiative SVATANYA, that trains underprivileged ladies to make beautiful handcrafted products for children. Each product is created with a special emphasis on comfort and quality. The collection brings to you vibrant coloured, stylised comfortable apparel for girls. Modern silhouettes combined with a touch of India - by using Indian fabrics, prints and hand embellishments, unique styles have been created to let your little princesses stand out and dazzle!
		 								Read More