Material: Wood, Wrought Iron
Craft: Bastar Tribal Art
Place: Chattishgarh, India
Color: Vegetable Colors (multi-color)
Measurements: Height: 13" Width: 17" Depth: 0.5
Product weight: 450 Grams
Special Attention: Handcrafted Village Craft
Product Care: Wipe with a soft cloth
Note: Color and designs may vary slightly.
Each piece is individually made. The art form is inspired by nature and its surroundings, and each piece depicts a different story. This design depicts a tribal festival @ Chhattisgarh and can be used as a keychain hanging/cloth hanger/frame hanger, perfect for gift and décor. Wrought Iron handicraft, also known as “Pitva Art “ is an Ancient art form made by a very small Tribal community of Bastar, Chhattisgarh. They use mostly waste or left-out Iron pieces, cut them manually with a chisel and hammer, and heat it with charcoal. Most human and animal figures are made of a single piece of sheet by manual hammering work of a hot metal piece. To make a joint, they use Rivets. NO Welding machine, cutting machine, or mold is used to make an artifact.
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