Taj Khazana is a luxury lifestyle boutique, which celebrates and supports the creative talent of Indian artisans, by showcasing unique artifacts, collectibles, garments and accessories from India’s traditional master craftsmen and latest designers. Unleashing the vivacity and vibrancy of South Asia, Taj Khazana specialises in high-quality, handmade items from areas such as Rajasthan, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kerala.
Focusing on the resurgence of traditional artisans’ creations, the collection will revive various art forms including textiles or items created from paper, metal, wood or iron. To date, Taj Khazana has helped a large number of craftsmen throughout India including the hand-loom weavers in Varanasi who were facing decline in their trade.
Treasures you can find at Taj Khazana – London
AMRAPALI JEWELLERY pays homage to the magnificent culture of India. Exquisite jewels and precious objects are majestically infused with modern interpretations, creative design and craftsmanship.
POCHAMPALLI TEXTILES made using the tie & dye technique and different coloured yarns woven into geometric designs. Available in cotton or silk, from sarees to linen. These exquisite and unique designs originated from Andhra Pradesh.
BIDRIWARE a metal handicraft where blackened alloy of zinc and copper are inlaid with thin sheets of pure silver, originated in Bidar, Karnataka.
IKAT WEAVING a tie dye technique where fabric are woven into intricate and colourful designs. Ikat items come in silk or cotton and include sarees, handbags and linen.
ARANYA a natural dye for scarves in cotton and silk from the Western Ghats in Kerala.
HOME COLLECTION comprises of bed linen in cotton and silk. Patterns are inspired by Persian design and old motifs, and are hand block printed and hand dyed. Cushion covers in a range of fine embroidery, zardozi and woven textures in silk and cotton. Candle stands in bidri and laquerware; handmade organic soaps in essential Indian fragrances, beautiful lithographs, black and white portraits and posters of vintage advertising campaigns.
MENSWEAR semi formal wear by Indian designer Rajesh Pratap Singh, 300 thread count cotton shirts, handcrafted leather accessories and luggage.
WOMENSWEAR Shawls & stoles in fine silk, tussars and cotton. Handmade fine cashmere pashminas in hand dyed silk and wool with decorative tassled trims by Bajra (an exclusive collection by designer Barbara Behn Constantinescu). Shibori tie and dyed batik prints by Aranya.