DIYA AND AMMA HANDCRAFTED DOLLS
These one-of-a-kind dolls are handcrafted from recycled waste, created by Afghan women refugees in India This collection from Silaiwali uses the production waste material from garment factories and turns it into cloth dolls via skilful needlework. Eco-friendly and ethically made, these dolls in their varying skin tones, celebrate cultural diversity. Each doll is exotically dressed in embroidered textiles.
There may be small differences in colour or design as each piece is one of a kind, these differences are inherent to the process and this is what makes it unique.
Product includes the bedding for the dolls packed in a smart foldable box. Material: Cotton/Ryon fabric, poly fill, cotton bedding, paper box
Dimensions: Mom — H 47 cm, W 13 cm/ H 18.5'',W 5.11'' Inch
Mini — H 23 cm, W 7 cm/H 9'', W 2.75'' Inch
Wash care: regular machine wash.
This piece is made to order and will take 10 days to be shipped out. We know this is a long time, but it is a time-consuming process as each piece is handcrafted and hand-painted.
As a policy, we do not offer returns or exchanges on products that are delivered in perfect condition as per the order placed.
In case there is any damage in transit, you need to notify us with an email within 48 hours of order delivery with proper images of the damaged box and we will replace the damaged product.
Please do not accept a shipment that shows signs of damage in transit. In an unlikely event, if you happen to receive incorrect or defective merchandise (style, size, colour, quantity, functioning), please get in touch with us within 48 hours at email@example.com or +91 8411832121 (Monday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm IST or +5:30GMT).
The quality control team will evaluate and then initiate a replacement for the same. We apologize in advance for any issues you might face and look forward to helping you replace your items at the earliest.
SILAIWALI is a social enterprise in New Delhi that upcycles waste fabric generated from apparel scraps to create handcrafted decorative pieces by Afghan woman refugees in India. Their eco-friendly products support sustainable income that helps build communities of marginalised artisans in observance of fair-trade principles.