Tic-Toc goes my Clock!

Its been long ain’t it? I’ve got my hands on the blog after the festive season. You may be wondering why is my title ‘Tic-Tok goes my Clock’? Well this time, its all about hand-made and hand painted clocks made specially for this gifting season. So here is a glimpse of my work –

Sparkle Pinkie
I call this clock Sparkle Pinkie. It is obviously pink as you see it and has a whole bunch of feminine features in it like the flowers, a pretty ceremic shoe and to break the girlie monotony and stainless steel plate!

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Zardosi Ghoongroo
This clock is inspired by a beautiful saree I saw recently. The lady carried it very elegantly on her with some tiny ghoongroos or bells attached to them. I wanted to use it in my work and the most recent one I was making were the clocks…so here it is!

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The Foot of the Lord
This clock is a melange of English colours and the traditional copper foot imprint with several motifs drawn in the Hindu religion.

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Saree, Bangle, Mirror!
Another clock inspired by the tradition of India and seen very commonly among women, yes, it is the saree, bangle and the mirror!

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Star Flower
This clock is a work of geometry with some beads. It will serve best in kids rooms!

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A Bright Sunny Day!
One day I got up to such a beautful morning with home grown sunflowers and bold blue skies. This clock is all about that day! Happy happy thoughts!

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The Tool Clock
Sometimes, leftovers from factories makes me want to use it in my work. The ‘Tool Clock’ is a combination of bits of stainless steel and wood.

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You will find all these clocks @ Bliss in Andheri (180, Aram Nagar1, Fisheries University Rd, 7 Bunglows, Andheri. Ph: 022 26332111 )