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What do you think about Gifts?

Introduction

"Every gift from a friend is a wish for your happiness". Indeed a simple act of presenting a gift to a friend can be precious nowadays.  We all are busy nowadays. We don't have much time to communicate. So, a gift is probably the easiest way to convey our special ones how valuable they are to us. But receiving same gifts (ex. Chocolate, Books, Mobile, and Apparels) from everyone isn't special at all. Now you must be thinking “How can I make my gifts Unique?"

Krazy Mug Gifts

A Krazy Mug offers you just the thing you are looking for. If you think for a moment presenting a gift isn't just buying expensive objects. But it is about presenting a unique taste aesthetics. We at A Krazy Mug bring few products which are:

  • Interesting by appearance.
  • Hand painted to provide an aesthetic feel.
  • Ready to use in your daily lives.

Some of our Gift Items:

We are providing you with some examples of Unique Gift Items.

KEY HOLDERS - KATHKALI BLUE

This is a hand Painted wooden spatula coated with Protective coat and steel hooks to hang multiple keys. Designs act as a souvenir item too.

Theme:

The theme of this Key holder is Kathakali Blue. Inspired by the Indian Classical Dance form Kathakali which is from God's own country Kerala :). I always wanted to work on this form as I am just a big fan of the makeup and the dressing sense of the Kathakali dancers.

KUT KUT RE - GUDIYA

This is a beautifully Hand Painted Wooden Mortar and Pestle by A Krazy Mug.

Theme:

 The Artist converted the simple wooden mortar and pestle into a designer piece. You can simply decorate your room by keeping this beautiful art piece and of course, you can also use it to crush your ingredients.

TRAY - MUSEUM KI SAWARI

Aluminium tray, specially designed and hand painted to give a designer touch while serving the guest. It is an authentic piece as a gift-item. 

Theme:

The theme of this set is Museum Ki Sawari. This vintage vehicle was used as a conveyance by the British delegates when India was under British rule. Wheels were the prominent components of these carriages. Hence in order to support this depiction, the artist has designed a quirky wheel using more of European shades of colours. Chariots were also used in war as battle taxis and other pursuits such as hunting or racing for sport, and as a chief vehicle of many ancient people. The original chariot was a fast, light, open, two-wheeled conveyance drawn by two or more horses that were hitched side by side.

Conclusion

Seems like now you know what are some unique gift items look like. For more interesting and colourful gift items like Designer Teapots and Kettles, Hand painted Tea glasses, Interesting Bar Accessories and much more visit our store.

 

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