Idol of a decorative tribal musician playing a drum made of high-quality brass. Enhance the aesthetic value of your temple, home, workplace, hotel, and other spaces with this handcrafted Dhokra art piece depicting a tribal musician playing a drum. The first known non-ferrous metal casting technique used by human civilisation is called Dhokra Craft. The term "Dhokra" or "Dokra" is currently used generically to refer to a variety of exquisitely formed and embellished brassware items produced using the lost wax technique. It was originally used to denote a group of nomadic craftsmen. The Dhokra artisans travelled from tribe to tribe creating their decorations, cookware, and ceremonial and religious figures. Also suitable as a present choice for housewarming and other events.
- Pack of one piece
- Material: Brass
- As it Appears
| Material ||Brass|
| Color ||Golden|
| Height ||10.00 CM|
| Width ||6.00 CM|
| Length ||6.00 CM|
| Size ||3.90 INCH|
| Product Code ||SND-607/57539|
| Country of Origin ||India|
| Packed by||IndianShelf, Greater Noida UP, India.|
| Posted in || Statement Pieces, Bastar Art |
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