The product depicts an Advasi Family consisting of a man, a woman and a child. Shown to be clad in their traditional attire, the man is shown to be carrying a plough and the woman carrying a basket on her head. The child is shown to be in support of his father and mother.The Showpiece is made by the..
The figurine is that of an Adivasi man reading a book. This is an extremely elegant and decorative showpiece which can be used as a table décor. The artwork is made with traditional techniques of the Dhokra tribe who, in present day India are found in areas of Orissa, Chhattisgarh, West Bengal and B..
The figurine is of an Adivasi working lady made by Dhokra craftsmen. The figurine is shown to be carrying two buckets, one on her head and the other supported on her waist. The woman is shown to be clad in her traditional attire which is beautifully designed by the craftsmen. The technique used to m..
The artwork of the product represents a fusion between diverse forms of tribal art. Traditionally, the women of the tribe made auspicious drawings of ‘Palghat’, the mother goddess with rice paste on walls of the dwellings with bamboo sticks at the time of marriage. The forms are created by joining t..
The Bull is a traditional symbol of village life, farming and simplicity. This Brass Bull is made by the Dhokra Artisans using the lost-metal casting technique. The use of brass in making it makes the product very durable. The intricate patterns which cover the whole body is done by expert craftsmen..
The Bull Shaped candle stand is a best way to decorate your living room area by placing it on your center table. The candle stand is quite small and does not occupy much space and can also be place on your bedside table. The Candle Stand is made by skilled traditional workers of the Dhokra Damar tri..
This incense stick is an excellent example of the superior quality of Dhokra Artwork. The incense stand is made using lost wax technique by the traditional Dhokra Damar tribes of West Bengal. The use of non ferrous metals like brass enables them to decorate the object with special and unique pattern..
The Elephant Shaped candle stand is made by the Dhokra Damar tribes of West Bengal. The candle stand is small in size and you can keep in either on your center table or on your bed side table. It can complement any setting and one of the best gifts that can be given to a connoisseur of art.The produ..
The Bankura Horse cast in dhokra technique is praised for its elegant stance and unique abstraction of basic values. Originally used for village rituals, it now adorns drawing rooms across the world as symbols of Indian folk-art.Dhokra Damar tribes are the traditional metal smiths of West Bengal. Th..
This artwork is made by the ancient technique called Dhokra Artwork, used by the Dhokra Damar tribes. The beautiful molding and the patterns on them are made by expert craftsmen.This showpiece depicts a total of 5 people in reverie. The artist has captured the festive mood of the tribal people, depi..
Beautify your house with this elegant handcrafted decorative piece made by the craftsmen. It is a made in the shape of a tribal folk musician, which you can even use as a table décor. These items are made as an inspiration from the traditional people of rural India. Dhokra Art is being practiced in ..
A traditional Dhokra art piece to be added to your collection of handicrafts. A figure Bell depicting tribal figures that is handcrafted beautifully by craftsmen of eastern India. Dhokra Art is created by using the Lost Wax Process. The name Dhokra is derived from the Dhokra Kumar tribesmen who are ..
Decorate your living room with this ornate candle stand made by the craftsmen of traditional Dhokta Art. It is a traditional handmade candle stand in the shape of a horse. This stunning candle stand is quite small in size that can also be used to adorn your center or bedside tables. Dhokra Art is be..
A must have for the connoisseur of traditional artwork, this showpiece is the result of delicate and painstaking efforts of indigenous dhokra damar tribes of West Bengal. They are the traditional metal smiths and use the lost wax technique for their work.This Bankura Horse is finely adorned with the..
The Owl Container is made by the Dhokra Artisans using the lost-metal casting technique. The use of pure brass makes the product very durable. The elaborate designs on the container are delicately made. The container can be used as a utility box to store articles of necessary use. It can also be pla..
The Bankura Horse showpiece is an exquisite piece of artwork made by expert craftsmen of the Dhokra Damar tribes of West Bengal. They use the lost wax casting technique for making all their artwork. They use this traditional method for casting, passed on to them from the past generation.The Bankura ..
This piece of artwork depicts the figurine of a Mother and Child Standing. The woman is shown to attired in her traditional dress, carrying an infant in her hands. The Showpiece is inspired from the pure and wholesome relationship of a mother nurturing her child. This showpiece can be kept as a tabl..
Buy this beautiful palanquin with two palanquin bearers handcrafted in the finest quality of brass by the craftsmen of Dhokra Art. This stunning piece signifies the Indian custom of the Bidai Ceremony after a marriage. This handicraft boasts an impressive detailing that reflects the greatness of thi..
The Dhokra Painting represents a fusion between diverse forms of tribal art. The traditional woman of the tribe made auspicious drawing of their mother goddess ‘Palghat’ on the walls of the dwellings. The two figures depicted in the product are shown in motion, as if dancing. The use of brass in the..
This showpiece is inspired from the East-Indian culture, where traditionally human drawn rickshaws are seen. This Rickshaw Showpiece is made with the Dhokra Art.Two figurines- a man and a woman is shown sitting on the rickshaw which is being hand drawn by the rickshaw puller. This was the traditiona..
The Dhokra Technique used in making the Bankura Horse is the traditional method used by the Dhokra Damar tribes of West Bengal. This piece of art is made by using the lost wax technique. The horse is beautifully made by using intricate patterns of parallel and spirals. The product is in great demand..