Bastar Tribal Art Tealight Holders - Dancers (Set of 2)
Bastar Tribal ArtTealight Holders - Dancers (Set of 2). (Candle not included) A beautifully crafted, unique set of Tealight Holders with a raw, rustic appeal. The Bastar region of Chhattisgarh is one of the richest areas in terms of iron ore deposits. The tribal communities, Gond and Maria started catering to the needs of the tribe by providing them tools for agriculture, jungle cutting tools, arrowheads and knives for hunting. Their skill evolved with time into a unique Craft form through experimentation with material and technique. The raw material used for the craft is predominantly recycled iron scrap. The main tools used are a furnace, hammer, forceps, tongs and chisels. The Ironsmiths started by experimenting with the religious art forms and gradually the craft evolved to the levels it is practiced today.
- Material : Iron
- Craft : Bastar Tribal Art
- State : Chhattisgarh
- Colour : Black
- Measurements : Height-3.5" x Width-3" x Length-7"
- Product weight : 195 grams
- Special Attention : Handcrafted Village Craft. Rustic, Finish. Please Allow For Minor Crafting Defects
- Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 6 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery
- UOM : Set
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Country of Origin - India
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30 Days Free Return
Okhai Apparels - 30 Days Free Return. On SALE - No Return Refund. Please Note - Custom Made Handicrafts - No Returns No Refund as mentioned in the product description.
Estimated Delivery Time
Okhai Apparel - 4-6 Working Days. Custom Handicrafts - 15 to 30 days as artisans make it after they receive the order.
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