Craftmark – Hand made in India

Have you been searching high and low for crafts from India that are traditional yet innovative, exquisite yet sustainable, competitively priced yet follow fair trade practices? Well, look no further. For Craftmark is here. Just for you.  

Leveraging Craftmark as a brand, the All India Artisans & Craftworkers Welfare Organization (AIACA),  accredits genuine Indian handicrafts, encourages fair trade standards across the sector and supports new product development working with both grass root artisans and new designers, among many other activities that support traditional handloom and handicrafts from India.
Given below is just a sample of the treasure that you can find under the Craftmark umbrella..

And did I say ‘Just for you’ somewhere in the post above?
Yes, I did!
Craftmark has a special offer for the readers of An Indian Summer
Look through their catalogue, and their facebook group
And if any of the products interests you
You can reach out to Sharmila
[s.wood (at)]
For sales queries!

[Note: Some of the products may be subject to minimum order quantities] 

[All images: Craftmark]

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Comments (26)

  1. Thank you so much for leaving me notes! I am very glad you liked the post 🙂

    …and a big welcome to new readers. Hope to keep hearing from you guys.

    Aditi/Neha: There is an email ID in the post…you can write to Sharmila @ craftmark to get more info on availability and prices.

  2. They are so wonderfully done..
    I see that..these works…should not be bargained for when you buy them..its done by the best engineering tool- the human hands!!


  3. Hi, i love ur blog. Its a pleasure browsing it. This post is a real gem! have bookmarked it for all time reference. Thanks for the sharing.

  4. love post….all the product are simply gorgeous!

    CAn you also give me some info on how to buy these and also how to know more about the pricing. would really appreciate it.

    Again, thanks a ton for sharing this.

  5. Re: Aditi,

    So sorry guys for this sounding like spam. I've actually been a reader for a long time, but I just wanted to mention again that we do have Craftmark scarves available online ( not all of them, but we're hoping to expand!

    There's quite a few more, but I don't want to turn this into a sales platform. If you're not interested, just ignore this comment! I just wanted to throw that out there in case it fits someone's needs.

    All the best,

  6. hey….but where can we buy these things ?? is this a shop like home store ??? their website mentions nothing about where-to-buy-from ?

  7. I love the Craftmark feature! My husband and I were lucky enough to visit their Delhi headquarters on our last trip to India, and we got to see a bunch of their current samples. In fact, we picked up as many as we could for the launch of our shop You can find AIACA goods throughout the site – just click on the "India" to search by country. They've been a pleasure to work with, and we hope to be able to re-order from them very soon.


  8. Beautiful products and lovely photographs . I always find it so satisfying to browse through Government emporia or dastkari melas when I am shopping for crafts 🙂