Introducing our stunning Dhokra Elephant Paperweight, a magnificent fusion of artistry and functionality. Handcrafted with meticulous care by skilled tribal artisans, this exquisite piece showcases the age-old lost wax casting technique, ensuring every detail is captured with unparalleled precision.
Crafted from metal casting, this paperweight takes the form of a majestic elephant, adorned with intricate designs that pay homage to the rich cultural heritage of the artisans. Its unique blend of traditional craftsmanship and modern aesthetics makes it a captivating addition to any space.
Beyond its practical use as a reliable paperweight, this masterpiece doubles as a captivating showpiece, allowing you to display it with pride on your desk, shelf, or mantel. Its presence effortlessly elevates the ambiance of any room, exuding an air of sophistication and cultural appreciation.
Looking for a memorable gift that embodies artistry and charm? Look no further. This Dhokra Elephant Paperweight is the perfect choice. Its handmade nature ensures that each piece is truly one-of-a-kind, making it a thoughtful and distinctive gift for loved ones, colleagues, or anyone who appreciates the beauty of handmade craftsmanship.
Measuring 3 inches in length, 2 inches in width, and 3 inches in height, with a weight of 200 grams, this paperweight is both compact and substantial. Its convenient size allows it to fit seamlessly into any space, while its weight ensures it serves its purpose admirably.
Transform your living space into a haven of cultural expression and aesthetic delight with our Dhokra Elephant Paperweight. Add it to your collection of home decor or surprise someone special with a gift they will treasure forever. Immerse yourself in the world of exquisite craftsmanship and elevate your surroundings with this captivating masterpiece.
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|The craft takes its name from the Dhokra Damar tribe of West Bengal, distant relatives of the Gonds and Ghadwas of Central India. They are located in Odisha, Jharkhand, Bengal, and Chhattisgarh. They lived under a blanket of stars and the shade of trees, hawking bracelets, anklets, earrings, wristbands, necklaces, and idols of gods and goddesses, besides utilitarian pieces such as combs, lamps, bowls, betel boxes, and cups. Around a hundred years ago, some Jhara tribesmen settled in Ektaal village.
|Dhokra and Bindu artist
|“I just wanted to share a quick note and let you know that you guys do an outstanding job. I’m glad I decided to work with you. You give employment to tribal peoples and allow our tribals to explore their art. Thanks, Universal Tribes!”
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