|The Tribalfolk of India are famous for being artisans closest to nature and using Bamboo is one of their trademark styles, probably due to the extensive availability and craftability of Bamboo stems. This artifact here is of a very simple, single room village or tribal house with a typical curved exterior and a small fence. This house reminds one of the beautiful huts that Lakshmana built for Lord Rama and Devi Sita during their exile. Place it in your hallway or on the T.V table to add a touch of homeliness to your house.|
|From the hills of Kondapalli to the plains of coastal Odisha, we love our representations of homes. After all, what's not to love about a tine model home with all details and a fence in place. A thatched roof appeal and the feeling of coziness is intensified by the use of bamboo as a medium. Bring it home for a little child to spin stories around, or on a bedside table to remind yourself of our humble yet powerful history. The choice is yours.|
Named after the Dhokra Damar tribes of West Bengal, this traditional lost-wax casting technique originated over 4,000 years ago and remains in great demand with art lovers across the globe. Famed for its simplicity, enchanting motifs and forceful forms, Dhokra artefacts adorn the houses of true art connoisseurs across the world.
The exquisite wall hanging pays tribute to the Sun God, the rural artisan's beloved deity. The artefact is characterized by it’s intricate craftsmanship and attention to minute details.The sculptor pays tribute to the might and the power of the sun, highlighting the importance of the sun to the farmers and landworkers of rural India. This piece of culture and heritage makes a perfect addition to your living room or bedroom decor and is a testament to a craft that has endured the test of time.
Suggested Placement: In the living room or in the bed room
One of the hallmarks of tribal art, this traditional lost-wax casting technique originated over 4,000 years ago and remains in great demand with art lovers across the globe. Famed for its simplicity, enchanting motifs and forceful forms, Dhokra artefacts adorn the houses of true art connoisseurs across the world. The exquisite brasswork creation is characterized by its intricate craftsmanship and attention to minute details. The master craftsman captures every detail, every curve of the lady as she carries her vegteables from the fields to her home. This beautiful artifact creates a masterpiece out of a daily chore and showcases the artistic talent and artistic vision of the master craftsman.
Note: These statues can be made in numbers over a specific time frame.