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Handcrafted brass metal alloy dokra beads & thread work bracelet, handmade by tribes. Dokra system of metal casting is said to be the oldest form of metal casting and is technically known as ‘cire perdue’ or lost wax process. The technique of casting revolves round replacement of wax with molten metal by the traditional hollow casting method. Very intense process of Dhokra casting is currently practiced in tribal areas of India mostly around Chhattisgarh and Orissa.
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Ashoka Assemble - Celebrating crafts of Odisha. Exploring textile and craft traditions of Odisha (Orissa) along the eastern ghats. Pipli Applique, Silver Filigree, Sambalpuri Ikat, Patachitra Painting, Dokra Metal Works and much more.
iTokri is proudly presenting Ashoka Assemble, an impeccable craft of Odisha as a part of our family. Exploring textile and craft traditions of Odisha (Orissa) along the eastern ghats. Pipli Applique, Silver Filigree, Sambalpuri Ikat, Patachitra Painting, Dokra Metal Works, and much more. The authenticity and originality involved in our products make them tenable & viable. The procedure of designing these products undergoes the conventional techniques that make them look earthy and rooted. A hundred percent legitimate products with the lowest price available are our prime focus.
Dokra Metal Craft
Dhokra art consists metal like brass and unique in its design. The Dhokra metal casting technique employs the Lost-wax technique that was used earlier by the Mohenjo-daro craftsmen to cast the bronze figurine of a dancing girl some 4500 years ago.