Enhance the décor value of your house or office with this tribal man madia musician artifact. Dhokra art: A 4000+ years old exquisitely handmade using lost wax –techniques or hollow casting, dull gold figuring, and aircraft are crafted in bastar & raigarh region of Chhattisgarh out of brass and bronze. Generally, tribal people in Chhattisgarh, especially bastar people have excellent skills in a variety of craftwork including dhokra, bamboo craft, tribal dress, traditional textile, kantha embroidery, terracotta, tribal painting, bell metal, etc. Their skills have been recognized by national and state awards through they earn their respects. Raigarh and bastar districts of Chhattisgarh are admired for crafting bell metal handicrafts with bronze and brass. Tribes like ‘jharas’ of raigarh and ‘ghadwas’ of bastar generally practice this form of art, which is also identified as dhokra art. This is done with hollow casting and lost wax technique. Please note: Due to various types of lighting and flash used while photo shoot, the color shade of the product may vary slightly.
Made in dhokra art by tribal artisans of India.
A Shabari product [Chhattisgarh State Emporium].
Best for home décor & gifting.
Dimensions: 14.5 h cm x 6.4 l cm x 9.5 w cm.
Weight: 520 gram.
Package content: 1 pieces of madia showpiece.
Care instructions: Clean with brasso [without water].