Beautifully handcrafted tray, made of MDF wood with tikuli hand painted miniature painting that depicts a regular day in the life of village women. (oil colours used) Tikuli is an uncommon and one of a kind bit of hand painting, over 800 years of age and has its origins in Bihar, Eastern India. The “tika” or dot on the woman’s forehead is believed to be the inspiration behind this art-form. It is done on hard-board using deft paintbrush strokes, enamel and bold colors, usually against a dark, black background for great effect. The process renders the board heatproof and waterproof. Fabulous products such as trays, coaster, jewelry and wall-hangings are increasingly popular.
Wipe with wet soft cotton cloth when needed. Keep away from perfumes, sprays, water and other liquid substances.
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Sasha is a not-for-profit marketing organisation for craftspeople and producers from all over India. Sasha is one of the first few organizations to invite designers to work with traditional craft and textile producers to create a contemporary range of products which are relevant to current life styles and thereby keeping them vibrant. Sasha is a committed member of the World Fair Trade Organization (WFTO) (formerly, International Federation of Alternative Trade – IFAT) and is also a founding member of the Fair Trade Forum, Asia.