Kricket Support for India Covid Relief

25th May 2021

Award-winning new wave Indian eatery Kricket, is raising money for the Indian COVID relief programmes.

New daily reported cases are reaching 400,000 in India where there are acute shortages of food, medical supplies and oxygen.

Kricket’s #supportforindia campaign is running a charity auction and raffle with top British brands with affiliations to India. Funds will be donated to Give India.

Prizes are:

Kricket (restaurant) Dinner for 4 people in any Kricket restaurant + a signed cookbook for each guest.

Cinnamon Club (restaurant) A voucher for 4 guests to attend a masterclass. Which includes a welcome drink, spice stock. Cooking tuition on a topic of their choice followed by lunch / dinner to enjoy their own cooked meal. (£1000)

Gunpowder (restaurant) A Summer BBQ kit (£50 – £120)

Natasha Kumar (artist) Hand drawn screen print. Unframed (£1350)

Patrick Cullen (artist) – Pastel painting ‘Yellow Sari, Side Street Paharganj, Delhi’ 55 x 44cm (£850)

Debra Luker (artist)

Pink Temple Door at Dawn (£500 )

Mixed media and collage on paper – 43cm x 59cm, signed original artwork. Temple flowers, sari lace, dyes, Inks and acrylics – Unframed

Majestic Palace walls (£500)

Mixed media and collage -On paper 43cm x 59cm signed original artwork Unframed

Handmade papers, Gold leaf, old Hindi ledgers, Inks, dyes and acrylics

Kapara London (lifestyle and fashion) £350 voucher for any of their products online.

Chapel Collection (lifestyle) Injiri Teej 33 – Rose silk and cotton dress with hand embroidery (£360)

Beulah (fashion) – The Kamala Pale Blue & Denim Heart Scarf. The scarf features a mixed heart print in blue tones, and is made in Nepal; providing employment opportunities to previously vulnerable and trafficked women. (£120)

Oramai London (fashion) – Saheli Amalfi Short Dress, this design is a feminine take on classic shirting styles. The voluminous skirt contrasts playfully with the crisp collar and neatly folded cuffs. (£280)

Day Dress (fashion) – A beautiful hand block printed dress made by artisans in India (£255)

Maharani Trading (lifestyle) Beautiful wool shawls in blue and cream from Himalayan Weavers. Hand-loomed and made with natural dyes: Indigo and tea. 70 x 220 cm. (£95)

India Beat – (Travel Company) 4 cotton silk print scarf made in Jaipur, 2 x Indigo and 2 x Pink. (£46 each)

Ouroboros Jewellery – Hand carved chalcedony olive pendant with a silver black rhodium plated chain (£855)

Minka Jewels – A gold and diamond necklace with collection of amulets engraved with powerful mantras to strengthen and empower the wearer. A Diamond is set in the middle to amplify the mantra’s energy. Disc measures 15mm diameter. Comes with 18″ chain. (£755)

I and I Jewellery – A delicate triangle ring made in 14ct Yellow Gold, with pave set White Diamonds. (£240)

Joanna Hardy EMERALD: Twenty One Centuries of Jewelled Opulence and Power (£450)

Lily Silverton Annual membership with £150.

With a monthly membership to ‘Mindful Moment,’ you get all the tools you need to live mindfully and effortlessly bring harmony to your life from the comfort of your own home.

East London Parasols – Natural white garden parasol handmade in India with a Japanese vibe. Hand block printed cherry blossoms with natural white cotton tassels. On a metal frame with tilt mechanism so you can direct the shade on a sunny day. (£320)

From Jaipur with Love – A £355 voucher for a bespoke rug made in Jaipur.

Swoon (Furniture) – £300 voucher

Francesca Gentilli (rugs and textiles) – A vintage dhurrie rug from Jaipur. Traditionally these beautifully weathered rugs were made on a grand scale and our selection have all been washed and repaired ready for new homes. Made with cotton and natural dyes, each design is unique and contains subtle imperfections. (£560)

Laurie Lamps – Chunky ceramic table lamp with two handles and a heavy base. It comes in a bright green glaze with a bubbled effect. (£185)

Bombay Sprout Samode Rug in Azalea Pink, 1.4×1.8m (RRP £440)

Handwoven rug made from 80% New Zealand Wool and 20% Cotton.

Thomas Jack Clerici (artist) 3 Lino prints, numbered edition, ‘Cocktail Gals’ series, 14 x 19 (180 £)

Samarkand Design (homeware) – 2 x Nagaland Cushions beautifully hand woven with an intricate pattern of lines and geometric shapes in blue and white. (£80)

Birdie Fortescue A pair of Kela Pillar Lamps made from the fibre of banana leaves by artisans in India (£85 each)

Molly Mahon (homeware) – A bright and bold frilly cushion. Using hand block printed ‘Tuk Tuk’ cotton in vibrant yellow and pink with a relaxed, pretty frill. (£65)

Ibbi Direct (homeware) – A stunning Hobnail Vase that reflects the light in a beautiful way. Its unorthodox shape and hobnail décor make the vase a perfect companion for fresh flowers with short stems cut straight from your garden. (£60)

Khanoom A beautiful clay goblet designed and made in Jaipur. (£20)

Urban Veda (cosmetics) – Radiance Gift Set. A delightfully hydrating trio of full size body wash, scrub and lotion lotion to moisturise the body. Anti-inflammatory Turmeric naturally brightens the skin whilst antioxidant-rich pomegranate and healing patchouli support healthy skin cell renewal. (£29.99)

Raffle entry ticket costs £10 each. The online auction will close at 4pm on 8th June and the winner will be announced on the 10th June