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Kantha Embroidery Contoured Face Mask with Filter Pocket - Blue
Kantha Embroidery Contoured Face Mask with Filter Pocket - Blue

Kantha Embroidery Contoured Face Mask with Filter Pocket - Blue

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  • Handcrafted washable, reusable face mask
  • Made using upcycled sarees
  • Kantha embroidered
  • Eco-friendly, helps reduce single use waste
  • Filter pocket to add your own filter (filter not included)
  • Contoured design helps in better coverage of nose and mouth
  • Elasticated ear loops included
  • We recommend washing before first use
  • 10% of sale from this face mask will be donated to NHS Charities Together (registered charity no. 1186569)

Our range of reusable kantha face masks are hand embroidered and handcrafted by women artisans. They are washable and reusable to help reduce single use mask waste.

These masks are made from upcycled sarees. Traditional “kantha” stitch embroidery is used for durability and decoration. Kantha embroidery is a traditional Indian embroidery technique. It is created by stacking sarees and hand stitching them together.

Sarees are thoroughly washed and sanitised before being handcrafted by women artisans into beautiful face masks.

We’re proud to partner with another social enterprise in India which aims to truly empower women. Destitute women find shelter, training & employment here. This paves the way for their economic and social independence.

This is a handmade product so there might be slight variations in colour or finish.


This face mask is not a replacement for medical grade Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). In circumstances where medical grade PPE is recommended, please consult a healthcare professional. The decision to use this mask is solely your own.

Please remember that the use of face masks is not intended to replace other recommended measures to stop the community spread of COVID-19, such as social distancing, washing your hands and refraining from touching your face.  Follow the latest advice from NHS as to how best to keep yourself safe.



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