Musician Ganeshas in Dokra Art from Bastar with Wooden Base
Dokra (or Dhokra) is a lost-wax technique of metal casting and named after a nomadic tribe of eastern India – Dokras. The Dokras were dependent on their immediate surroundings and Dokra art was well suited to such a lifestyle as all materials could be sourced from wherever they went - wax and firewood could be sourced from the local forests, clay from a nearby riverbed and a kiln could be prepared by digging a hole in the ground.
Dokra Art if one of the oldest art forms dating back to the Indus valley civilisation and the process followed is almost similar. This stunning musician Ganeshas piece has been handcrafted by an award winning artisan in Bastar region and is considered to be auspicious.
Material : Brass
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Measurements : 17.3 x 5.9 x 6.7 inches
Care : Wipe clean with a soft cloth. Keep away from perfumes and sprays