Dhokra Damar tribes are the main traditional metalsmiths of West Bengal and Odisha. Their technique of lost wax casting is named after their tribe, hence Dhokra metal casting. Ethnic decoratives in wood and metal always bring about a charm that adds a vibrancy with a rustic touch to your decor. Combining utility with this traditional charm, VarEesha brings forward a collection of dining and decor accessories in wood and brass that are inspired by this ancient art form - Tales of Dhokra. Vareesha Hand-Painted Acrylic Framed Blue Tray with Dhokra work is a fine example of elegance and art. This fabulous tray has brass handles and its centre features a pretty ethnic design amidst a blue backdrop. Drinks and snacks can be served quite easily and comfortably on this serving tray. This glass encased dhokra work-inspired tray measures 15x10 inches. An excellent gift on housewarming, birthday or any festival, this would be appreciated by your loved ones.
- Size in Inches ( lxbxh ) :15x10x0.5
- Material : Ply wood with acrylic frame
- Material Care : Wipe gently with a damp cloth without scrubbing
- Colour : Multicolored
- Set Contents : 1 wooden tray
- Microwave Safe : No
- Dishwasher Safe : No