Kashmiri Handicrafts Emporium and The Cottage Crafts are celebrating their anniversaries after 48 years in business. They’ve enhanced their celebration with a 5-day sale, beginning today (8 December) and ending December 12th, showcasing their wool shawls and more in Mangalore’s City Centre Mall.
Ali Mohammed Mir opened the first Kashmiri handicraft emporium in Mangaluru in 1974 at the Hotel Moti Mahal Falnir. Handicrafts, Kashmiri shawls, and silver jewellery with semi-precious and precious stones from all over India are popular items at the store. The Kashmiri Handicrafts Emporium has gained widespread attention for its products and customer service. It has expanded its second Empire Mall location, The Cascade, which was opened by Pariz Ahmed Mir. Mohtisham SM Arshad, the store’s managing director, gave them the opportunity to promote Indian arts and crafts. The location was then changed to City Centre Mall in 2010.
The Cascade was relocated from Empire Mall to City Centre Mall under the name Indian Arts and Crafts on the second floor next to the Soch outlet in the same year. The shop specialises in Indian handicrafts, handlooms, Kashmir shawls, and sterling silver jewellery.
Cottage Crafts opened its second location in the City Centre Mall in 2016, next to Homecentre Lifestyle. It is the second exclusive Indian craft showroom, featuring limited edition and masterpiece handicrafts from across India made of wood, brass, and crystal, as well as exclusive home décor, artificial plants, and gifts.
The Kashmiri Handicrafts Emporium, which has been in business for 48 years, sells cashmere handlooms, woollen shawls and pashmeen silk, scarves, zari bed spreads, cushion covers, dining tables, mat sets, silk bags, wall clocks, home decor, dry flower carpets, and many other decorative and gift items. Customers can now take advantage of five days of celebration sales at both of their City Center Mall locations from December 8 through December 12 to help them celebrate their 48 years in business.