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Craftedindia is one stop center of India's Handicraft http://www.craftedindia.com/ . We bring to you unique and beautiful crafts of India that fits well as Gifts or as Home Decor.
BLUE POTTERY
The art of making blue glaze pottery came to Rajasthan via Kashmir, their entry point into India. The name comes from the eye-catching Persian blue dye used to color the clay. The Jaipur blue pottery (now popularly known as), made out of Egyptian paste, is glazed and low-fired. Some of this pottery is semi-transparent and mostly decorated with animal and bird motifs.
Being fired at very low temperature makes them fragile. The range of items is primarily decorative, such as ashtrays, vases, coasters, small bowls and boxes for trinkets. The color palette is restricted to blue derived from the cobalt oxide, green from the copper oxide and white, though other non-conventional colours, such as yellow and brown are sometimes included.

DHOKRA CRAFT
The DHOKRA is one of the earliest known methods of metal casting. This craft dates back to pre-historic time of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro period of Indus Civilization. Tribal in origin, these Brass metal crafts belong to tribal belts of Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Bengal and Andhra Pradesh in India, popularly known as “Dokra”.
Dhokra [also as Dokra] artifacts are made from brass and are unique in it as each piece is made from a new mould which is lost in the process. So every Dokra artifact is unique in the world. It also, does not have any joints. It comes in one piece as a whole. Dokra is completely handcrafted and therefore, the shapes are not perfect, and the symmetries are not mirror image produced like in machine made products. It is basically a brass-work (Metal Craft) done by the Malhore castes of the state. Brass is a combination of copper and bronze. The artisans practice the traditional "Lost Wax Technique" to craft their imaginations. They use wax, resin and firewood from the forests, clay from the riverbed and make the firing oven in a hole dug in the ground. Through the craft the artists present the different aspects of life.
WOOD CRAFT
Items made of Wood, affect each and every stage of human life. The range of utilitarian products and decorative pieces made from wood is immense.Mother nature has blessed India with a vast number of tree species. India being a tropical country mainly has deciduous or evergreen trees. However one can find alpine forests and trees belonging to arid regions as well.

DHOKRA CRAFT
The DHOKRA is one of the earliest known methods of metal casting. This craft dates back to pre-historic time of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro period of Indus Civilization. Tribal in origin, these Brass metal crafts belong to tribal belts of Madhya Pradesh, Orissa, Bengal and Andhra Pradesh in India, popularly known as “Dokra”.
Dhokra [also as Dokra] artifacts are made from brass and are unique in it as each piece is made from a new mould which is lost in the process. So every Dokra artifact is unique in the world. It also, does not have any joints. It comes in one piece as a whole. Dokra is completely handcrafted and therefore, the shapes are not perfect, and the symmetries are not mirror image produced like in machine made products. It is basically a brass-work (Metal Craft) done by the Malhore castes of the state. Brass is a combination of copper and bronze. The artisans practice the traditional "Lost Wax Technique" to craft their imaginations. They use wax, resin and firewood from the forests, clay from the riverbed and make the firing oven in a hole dug in the ground. Through the craft the artists present the different aspects of life.
WOOD CRAFT
Items made of Wood, affect each and every stage of human life. The range of utilitarian products and decorative pieces made from wood is immense.Mother nature has blessed India with a vast number of tree species. India being a tropical country mainly has deciduous or evergreen trees. However one can find alpine forests and trees belonging to arid regions as well.

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