Who doesn’t know about the 'Dancing Girl' bronze sculpture of Mohenjo-Daro, the great city of the Indus Valley Civilisation. The technique of making the Dhokra art is said to have originated from there, more than 4000 years ago. For thousands of years, tribes stretching across the central belt of India have been using the same wax metal casting method to produce stunning pieces of art. These Dhokra napkin rings, handcrafted in brass, are an essential accessory for a table setting. Artists from the Dhokra tribe have handcrafted these pieces giving a modern twist to an old motif.
In our endeavor to celebrate such traditional art and artisans, Peepultree has made it possible for you to get this set of handcrafted napkin holders online.
Quantity: Set of 2 pieces
Care Instructions: Brass tarnishes with time, giving it a beautiful antique look. However, if you prefer to maintain the sheen, clean regularly with a soft dry cloth.Keep away from moisture and abrasive cleaning agents. This is a handcrafted product that may have sharp edges. Handle gently and carefully.