Brass Metal Craft (Dokra) Sitting Deer

This exceptional ‘Brass Metal Craft (Dokra) Sitting Deer’ is a custom made and hand crafted Dokra article. This will go well with any interior aesthetic design because of its nature. This craft is unique and just one piece for its design. No second design looks exactly same. A deep sense of exquisiteness and the success of craftsman mark this craft article to offer you for your home interior.

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Dhokra is among the oldest traditional techniques of metal casting in India from pre-historic period. The process of making Dhokra is very interesting. It is non-ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting method. One of the earliest known examples of Dokra art is the dancing girl of Mohenjo-daro. Generally no chemical is used in the whole process and the process is totally earthen.
The Dokra artisans of West Midnapore and Bankura districts of West Bengal are famous for their innovative Dokra crafts. They not only have stopped preparing the traditional structures like various idols of Gods & Goddesses but also have made various articles for home decor and day to day use in their workshop. Feminist empowerment is found in this craft in a wide range. Enjoy the product and encourage that artisan to live a healthy measure of life. If you have already purchased the product and used it, please do not forget to add your review; your review will help other customers to find the product and will help artisan to be motivated. If the product needs any improvement your comments and advice will help us to improve the design and quality too.
3,900.00
  • Brass Metal Craft (Dokra) Sitting Deer

This exceptional ‘Brass Metal Craft (Dokra) Sitting Deer’ is a custom made and hand crafted Dokra article. This will go well with any interior aesthetic design because of its nature. This craft is unique and just one piece for its design. No second design looks exactly same. A deep sense of exquisiteness and the success of craftsman mark this craft article to offer you for your home interior.

Know More
Dhokra is among the oldest traditional techniques of metal casting in India from pre-historic period. The process of making Dhokra is very interesting. It is non-ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting method. One of the earliest known examples of Dokra art is the dancing girl of Mohenjo-daro. Generally no chemical is used in the whole process and the process is totally earthen.
The Dokra artisans of West Midnapore and Bankura districts of West Bengal are famous for their innovative Dokra crafts. They not only have stopped preparing the traditional structures like various idols of Gods & Goddesses but also have made various articles for home decor and day to day use in their workshop. Feminist empowerment is found in this craft in a wide range. Enjoy the product and encourage that artisan to live a healthy measure of life. If you have already purchased the product and used it, please do not forget to add your review; your review will help other customers to find the product and will help artisan to be motivated. If the product needs any improvement your comments and advice will help us to improve the design and quality too.

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Brass Metal Craft (Dokra) Sitting Deer

Product Code: ICDK0023
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3,900.00
Excluding GST:
3,305.08

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What You Need To Know

  • Important Product Info

    • Material(s) Used: Brass Metal, Beeswax, Resin, Nut Oil And Clay
    • Type/Category: Home Decor & Lifestyle
  • How It Benefits?

    • Why Buy: This art form carries more than 4000 years craft casting technique called non–ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting. The art form is highly recognized internationally. Now there are only few places in India where this legacy is carried for future. The aesthetic appearance of this product is amazing; when you buy you will feel it.
  • Speciality

    • Eco-friendly: This is an eco-friendly product & doesn’t pollute the environment in production, use or disposal
  • Who is selling?

    • Origin: West Midnapore, West Bengal, India
    • Craftsman: Mr. Rajib Maity
    • Years in Crafts: 15 Years
  • Specifications

    • Dimensions: 3.5 x 4 INCH
    • Bio-degradable: Yes