(Last Updated on : 07-05-2015)
Lac crafts of Uttar Pradesh are highly used among the local people outside metals. This state is known for the variation in designs and the charming elegance of jewelleries.
The lac crafts of Uttar Pradesh are well admired for the most sought after items, such as, ornaments like bracelets, beads and little trinkets etc. Lac is used in the form of sticks in two ways. The raw lac is used to give shape to different articles and the other is for colouring different articles. The lac ornaments are coveted by people of all class and status as the jewelleries are found in a huge variety with a wide range of designs. The artisans create a special kind of jewellery combining lac and glass and are decorated with spangles or beads. These lac jewelleries are hugely prepared and found in the in Lalitpur.
Lac craft in Uttar Pradesh have been praised for the excellent jewelleries that are made and used hugely by the local people. In recent time, the artisans are incorporating modern trendy motifs and patterns to catch the fancy of the recent trendy and urbane people.
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