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Have you ever seen how sand or clay are molded and curved in a neat way by a potter to prepare an alluring ceramic showpiece? Well, you must have seen this in videos or reality and it not only seems soothing to watch it but also feels that how easy this task is. But, in reality creating art with the dough is a patient and tough task and the painful-fun can only be felt by the potter. It hardly takes minutes for us to shop an artifact but creating one elegant masterpiece is a time taking task. Explore and shop from the Ceramics Fest happening soon to redecorate your home.
What To Expect?
The Ceramics Fest is organized by the Delhi Blue Pottery Trust which was founded in 1991 by Sardar Gurcharan Singh. The trust keeps on organizing workshops for keen learners every then and now. The trust organizes such exhibitions or retail fests every 2 years so that the innovative artwork of creative people can reach many homes. Explore this colourful fest with all your gossip queens and redefine the look of your home. Easily grab vibrant kitchen wear and home decor accessories as you be here.
What You’ll Love?
The fest will be featuring artworks of many artists, which simply means it gives you many-many options to choose from. Each and every product in this fest has been blended and shaped until perfection to give it a unique and graceful look. Simply add more to the look of your home as you shop from this fest. And if you are someone who has recently shifted to a new house or you have revamped the look of your existing one then you must be at this fest to calm down your urge of making it look the best. Get ready to receive great comments and reviews from your guests as you decorate the look of your home with these fancy and hued artifacts.
All the homemakers out there, get ready to explore and shop from this fest which has a stunning ceramic collection.
When | 11 AM to 6 PM, 6th to 8th December 2019
Where | Sanskriti Kendra, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Rd, Anand Gram, Ghitorni, Delhi 110047
Location | Here
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