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Dhokra Turtle

950.00
Material Dhokra
Type Hand crafted
Colour Brass
Style Hand crafted turtle
Weight Under 500 Gm
Size 13.6cm*10.4cm*4cm
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  • Hand made Dhokra turtle to decorate your centre table.
  • Dhokra ? The living Bronze Age Craft to Livelihood of Odisha
  • Sadeiberani, Jhingidi and Jagdalpur are the tiny villages of Odisha were these crafts are blooming since ages, but the Artisans were over shadowed by the middlemen and intermidiaries. Atulya works with Artisans and puts the best possible effort to keep them informed and educated about new designs in order to explore high and survive in the market.

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Material Dhokra
Type Hand crafted
Colour Brass
Style Hand crafted turtle
Weight Under 500 Gm
Size 13.6cm*10.4cm*4cm
Material Cover: handmade paper : Pages recyled paper
Type Hand crafted
Colour Maroon
Style Pattachira painting
Weight 500 gm
Material Dhokra
Type Hand crafted
Colour Brass
Style Dhokra Lantern
Size 13cm X 13cm X 30cm
Weight 2.5 Kg
Material Metal
Type Hand crafted
Colour Multi
Style Hand painted lantern
Weight Under 500 Gm
Size 15.5 cm*15.4cm*35cm
Material Stone
Type Hand crafted
Colour Multi
Style Hand painted paper weight
Weight Under 500 Gm
Size 5.6cm*6.4cm.3.5cm
Material Cover: handmade paper : Pages recyled paper
Type Hand crafted
Colour Purple
Style Pattachira painting
Weight 500 gm
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  • Hand made Dhokra turtle to decorate your centre table.
  • Dhokra ? The living Bronze Age Craft to Livelihood of Odisha
  • Sadeiberani, Jhingidi and Jagdalpur are the tiny villages of Odisha were these crafts are blooming since ages, but the Artisans were over shadowed by the middlemen and intermidiaries. Atulya works with Artisans and puts the best possible effort to keep them informed and educated about new designs in order to explore high and survive in the market.
  • Write down your beautiful thoughts in this handcrafted and hand painted diary from Atulya Karigari.
  • Pattachitra painting on this DIARY has come all the way from the artisan of Raghurajpur (tiny village near PURI (Odisha))
  • Hand made Dhokra art Lantern; can we used as a showpiece. You can lit a tea candle beneath to have an enduring effect.
  • Dhokra ? The living Bronze Age Craft to Livelihood of Odisha
  • Sadeiberani, Jhingidi and Jagdalpur are the tiny villages of Odisha were these crafts are blooming since ages, but the Artisans were over shadowed by the middlemen and intermidiaries. Atulya works with Artisans and puts the best possible effort to keep them informed and educated about new designs in order to explore high and survive in the market. One of the Dhokra artist is delighted the way we have trained them in making jewelleries and rakhis from dhokra scrap. Their entire family works as a unit from organizing the thread to putting the beads and finally giving it a beautiful shape. Artist expresses a gratitude, smiles and their eyes shines with gleam as they say,? we are digital?.
  • Pattachitra painting on lantern (use only as show piece; don?t lit)
  • Pattachitra- An oldest tradition and colour journey of Odisha
  • Villages of Puri district is known for this art forms and Raghurajpur village is the most identified place for this painting.
  • But do all these artisans get identified?there are many lost faces behind this famous art.
  • Atulya Karigari is committed to work with the artisans and puts the best possible effort to make the artisans not only earn their daily bread but to have their own identity.
  • Pattachitra painting on stone , given the shape of a paper weight.
  • Pattachitra- An oldest tradition and colour journey of Odisha
  • Villages of Puri district is known for this art forms and Raghurajpur village is the most identified place for this painting.
  • But do all these artisans get identified?there are many lost faces behind this famous art.
  • Atulya Karigari is committed to work with the artisans and puts the best possible effort to make the artisans not only earn their daily bread but to have their own identity.
  • Write down your beautiful thoughts in this handcrafted and hand painted diary from Atulya Karigari.
  • Pattachitra painting on this DIARY has come all the way from the artisan of Raghurajpur (tiny village near PURI (Odisha))
Weight0.52.55000.50.5
Dimensions13.6 × 10.4 × 4 cmN/A13 × 13 × 30 cm15.5 × 15.4 × 35 cm5.6 × 6.4 × 3.5 cmN/A
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Dimensions 13.6 × 10.4 × 4 cm
Weight 0.5 kg
Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 13 × 13 × 30 cm
Weight 500 kg
Dimensions 15.5 × 15.4 × 35 cm
Weight 0.5 kg
Dimensions 5.6 × 6.4 × 3.5 cm
Weight 0.5 kg
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