Goodearth's Design Collection 2011-2012 celebrates the gracious spirit of the Deccan and the arts and crafts that flourished in the court of Golconda.
Continuing with its commitment to revive and highlight the arts and crafts of Asia with a modern interpretation, GoodEarth celebrates the colours and patterns of the Deccan through its design collection for 2011-2012, Golkonda. This showcase of Deccan India's artistic heritage will be available in all GoodEarth stores.
On display are chandeliers, lamp bases and cut glass furniture inspired by the glitter of Golkonda diamonds. There is a new line of jewelry in rock crystal and silver, introduced for the discerning.
Kalamkari from Machlipatnam finds new life through the range of bed linen, which includes quilts and cushions designed with the colours and patterns of this art of hand printing.
The romance of Tipu Sultan is relived through our Seringapatnam series of quilts inspired from his tent. The tiger, which became synonymous with Tipu's valour, finds its way as a motif on cushions and upholstery.
The intricate patterns of Bidriwork from Hyderabad, have been reinvented through our dinner sets and glasses. Inspired by the ruins of the Golkonda fort, photographs that tell stories of lost cities and civilizations are given a new dimension with a blend of floral prints on cushions and wall art.