If you’re looking for a global Indian festive setting, look no further than Serendipity in Delhi. While the traditional offering spans pieces such as Kerala’s brassware oil lamps, lassi glasses that double as vases, and hand-crafted glass Ganeshas; eclectic global finds include jewel-toned ikat silk velvet pillows from Uzbekistan and Moroccan tea-lights and glassware. Of note are lighting options in hand-blown glass and brass. Among gifting options are wine and champagne cases, stationery in handcrafted block-printed paper and brass temple decor.
India’s leading house of silver has unveiled its Diwali collection, conceptualised on the message of inner light and prosperity. The rich range of votive-holders and diyas feature delicate filigree work and floral motifs. Also available: minimalist Ganesha idols, marble-detailed renderings of Lord Ram and his wife Sita, puja thalis, serveware, etc. Crafted with varied budgets in mind, Episode’s product offering ensures a 92.5 percent purity guarantee.
Luxury home furnishings brand, Ishatvam’s festive collection is influenced by nature. The line of rustic votive-holders brings to mind cosy nests and water droplets, embellished with botanical elements. Showstoppers include the Vasudhara candelabrum in metal, wood and glass, the brass- Lotus urli with floral floaters, and the Poinsettia votive-holder. The Manomaya sitting Ganesha, Nandana lying Ganesha, lotus t-light holders made of stone, wood and metal, circle candle stands, flower lid container made of brass, silver and gold plated and more, priced at Rs.1,100/- onwards.
Give your home interiors a festive makeover with Sarita Handa’s Fall/Winter collection. The range of bed linen, table linen and decorative cushions take you on a visual journey through the Middle East and Central Asia, with patterns inspired by the Suzani tribal textile, the architecture of Alhambra and the Mughal Era. Palettes bring to mind autumn’s warm yet vibrant hues such as maroon, aubergine, indigo, blue and teal. New arrivals in fabrics section (drapery and upholstery) showcase ikat and Aztec prints, along with a line of patchwork rugs and carpets.
Curator Sahar Zaman’s picking of chic, low-maintenance homeware is sure to dazzle visitors this Diwali: copper goblets and wine glasses, brightly patterns candy jars, snack bowls and trays. And for those looking to pep up your personal style, Chamak Patti has a selection of fashion accessories too!