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Tribal Woman Dhokra (Dokra) Art, the traditional art of lost-wax metal technique. Created with pure brass this home decor wall art adds elegant and traditional charm to your home or office.
Dhokra Art also known as Dokra art is practiced in India for 4000 years. Dhokra is among the oldest traditional techniques of metal casting. You can find the earliest use of this metal casting can be seen in the artifact of Mohenja Daro. The dancing girl of Mohenjo Daro (2300-1750 BC) is showcased in National Museum, New Delhi.
The Lost-wax technique or bell metal art is practiced in Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Orissa, and West Bengal. Dhokra Art is a beautiful metal figure made from bronze and copper.
Dhokra Artifacts are mainly of human or animal figures. This art form is also known for making bowls, religious deities, lamps, jewelry boxes, tableware, and more.
The making of Dhokra artwork involves multiple steps and hence it takes weeks to make a single artifact.
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