Tribal woman with parasol/umbrella.

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This wrought iron figurine of a tribal woman holding a parasol/umbrella, is a beautiful example of fine craftsmanship, with a brilliant eye for detail, evident in the intricately depicted fall and folds of her attire and ornaments, her footwear, and so on.

Given that the Bastar wrought iron artifacts capture such details, in spite of being moulded into shape from iron made pliable by heating in furnaces, using basic tools such as hammer and tongs, makes them ideal collectibles and gifts.

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Tribal woman with parasol/umbrella.

Tribal woman with parasol/umbrella.

This wrought iron figurine of a tribal woman holding a parasol/umbrella, is a beautiful example of fine craftsmanship, with a brilliant eye for detail, evident in the intricately depicted fall and folds of her attire and ornaments, her footwear, and so on.

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This wrought iron figurine of a tribal woman holding a parasol/umbrella, is a beautiful example of fine craftsmanship, with a brilliant eye for detail, evident in the intricately depicted fall and folds of her attire and ornaments, her footwear, and so on.

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