Reader from Yore
A fine specimen of metal art, Dhokra, created meticulously by hand by tribal artisans in Orissa, India. Interestingly, the artisans come from a line of nomads, traditionally shy of city folk. This piece of art is perhaps a cheeky ambition of a nomad who wanted to know the world without meetings its people. An apt description for all bibliophiles.
- Dimensions: 5.5” x 3”
- Material: Brass and Copper
- Caveat: Please allow for slight variances and irregularities in the piece. They only point to the wabi-sabi wholesomeness of a thoughtful, hand-made product. Shades may vary due to photo-lighting.
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