Dhokra - Tribal Lady sitting with Binocular
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Elegant & raw artifact from the core villages of India to enrich your Home Decor.
Dhokra/Dokra is a non-ferrous metal casting using lost wax casting technique.This form of lost wax casting dates back over 4000 years to the Indus Valley Civilization & Mohenjo-Daro days. Dhokra is basically a tribal art form done by the metal smiths of the Dhokra Damar tribe who were nomads and moved to different places.
They extend from West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh in east & central India to Kerala in south India & Rajasthan in North India. However, this art form has a very strong presence Odisha.
This intricate art form consists of 13 tough stages to get into its final stage which makes it one of the most valuable artifacts.
The plate shown in the photo is not inclusive, it's for photography purposes.
Height - 4.5 Inches
Breadth - 3.5 Inches
Width - 2.8 Inches
Weight - 330 gms
Purchasing one product would generate livelihood of 1.5 Days for craftsman family.
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Handicrafts being completely handmade by rural village clusters, they might give a rustic/dull/antique finish. Minor errors and imperfections are beauty of handmade products. Hence, please allow minor errors/defects.