Sakhitva: A Friendship

"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 brasswork creation is characterized by it’s intricate craftsmanship and attention to minute details.The sculptor pays tribute to the festive joys of rural life, through this sculpture depicting a festival where the village ladies are enjoying the festivities. The skill and talent of the master craftsman makes this scene come alive and instantly transports you to the festival where you can lose yourself in the revelry and the music. 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.
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Suggested Placement: In the living room or in the bed room

Dimension 7" x 7" inches
Weight1.25 kg
Price$29
Product Codeacdbdhwdis-02

Category: Dhokra Brass work

Type: Tribal Art




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