Dhokrais non–ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting technique. This sort of metal casting has been used in India for over 4,000 years and is still used. One of the earliest known lost wax artefacts is the dancing girl of Mohenjo-Daro. It is a handcrafted product by tribal artisans. Standing small bull is an instant hit for any home decor, guaranteed to make any space more attractive.
Any home décor.
Dimensions - 5 x 3 x 3.6 (L,W,H in Inches)
Weight - 335 gms
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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
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Colours and shape may vary from the actual product, because of the lights & photography. Designs may also vary due to unique designs that are handmade by tribal artists.