Ethical and Sustainable
Handmade with Love
Timeless Forever Pieces
Designed in Venice, California
These hand-painted face masks depict the Indian folk art form "Mata ni Pachedi", a 300 year-old textile art originating in Gujarat, India. It was considered a sacred art that centered around stories of Goddesses. The textiles were hung on temple walls and often served as shrines for the marginalized. Sadly, it's a fading art form as the process of treating, painting and dying the cotton can take months.
These designs are painted entirely with natural pigments. The artist starts with an outline in black using a combination of wood block prints and free-hand painting. The color is filled in with brushes made from bamboo. After the fabric is treated and dyed it is laid out to dry naturally in the sun.
No two masks are the same.
•Two layers of cotton that have been sewn together
•Seam down center for fitting
•Elastic ear ties, snug fit
•Hand-washable and reusable
•Sustainably made using natural dyes
•This is not an N95 or surgical mask
•FINAL SALE due to safety/hygiene
Full-priced items can be returned for a refund or store credit within 14 days of receipt. Shipping is non-refundable. You will be responsible for all related shipping charges.
Sale and discounted items are FINAL SALE.
To return your product, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
All clothing must be returned nicely folded, as received, or a 10% restocking fee will be applied.