Wrought iron mask of tribal lady

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Resembling a heavily-adorned tribal lady’s face, the earrings, the 'tika' (dot) between the eyebrows, point to the artisan's eye for detail. This mask brings out the essence of ethnicity with which you can beautify one of the favourite walls of your home. Making sculptures of wrought Iron is a traditional craft of Bastar Tribals. The raw material used for this craft is predominantly recycled scrap iron, though ore from the nearby mines too, is made use of. Their themes depict vignettes from the day to day tribal life, and nature in all its glory. These wrought iron artifacts are a handiwork of the indigenous people of Bastar. They are moulded into shape from furnace hot, pliable iron, using basic tools such as hammer and tongs.

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Length (in inches) 16
width (in inches) 6
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Wrought iron mask of tribal lady

Wrought iron mask of tribal lady

Resembling a heavily-adorned tribal lady’s face, the earrings, the 'tika' (dot) between the eyebrows, point to the artisan's eye for detail. This mask brings out the essence of ethnicity with which you can beautify one of the favourite walls of your home. Making sculptures of wrought Iron is a traditional craft of Bastar Tribals.

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Resembling a heavily-adorned tribal lady’s face, the earrings, the 'tika' (dot) between the eyebrows, point to the artisan's eye for detail. This mask brings out the essence of ethnicity with which you can beautify one of the favourite walls of your home. Making sculptures of wrought Iron is a traditional craft of Bastar Tribals.

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