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Tree Log Style Handmade Terracotta Lord Ganesha Flower Vase

SKU: VASCOBTA0000002a

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  • Ganesha Face
  • Shantiniketan
  • 1
  • Terracotta
  • VASHUNDHARA

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Terracotta gods and goddesses, deities, bowls, musicians, horses, elephants, and other figures of people, animals, and birds and various other traditional themes are appreciable craftsmanship of VASHUNDHARA, who makes brilliant Ganesha Face designed crafts under the Crafts of Bengal of Bengal Terracotta Art, which has found its place in the early civilisation of Harappa and Mohenjodaro, as early as 200 B.C. However, the Bankura, Birbhum and Murshidabad districts of West Bengal are few prominent regions which carry forward terracotta artwork. Terracotta gods and goddesses, deities, bowls, musicians, horses, elephants, and other figures of people, animals, and birds and various other traditional themes is appreciable craftsmanship of VASHUNDHARA, who makes brilliant Ganesha Face designed crafts under the Crafts of Bengal of Bengal Terracotta Art.

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Design

The best designs of terracotta artwork can be found in Murshidbad, Birbhum, Hooghly and Digha. The theme is generally folk and the patterns are fairly highlighted with traditional skill and explicit artwork, made out of clay with a blend of two or three clays found in river beds, pits and ditches. The fuel used in the making of the designs is available from naturla resources like twigs, dry leaves or firewood. Various Ganesha Face terracotta crafts under the Crafts of Bengal of Bengal Terracotta Art like is presented by the VASHUNDHARA.

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Making

Terracotta Artwork Shantiniketan from the Bishnupur and Bankaura districts of Bengal, has a time-consuming making process, which has given rise to several Ganesha Face terracotta artworks under the Crafts of Bengal presented by the VASHUNDHARA. However, first the clay is refined and given a desired shape. It is dried under the sun, placed in the kiln, or atop combustible material in a pit, and then fired. The firing temperature is around 1000°C. And the iron contents give the fired body a yellow, orange, red “terracotta”, pink, grey or brown colour.

Origin of Crafts of Bengal

Origin

Derived from an Italian word, “cooked earth”, terracotta has found its place in the early civilisations of Harappa and Mohenjodaro, as early as 200 B.C. Mostly used by the early Chinese, Western Columbians and Greeks, during the ancient times, terracotta artwork made its way to India and as the name suggests , it has been a symbol of man’s first step towards progress. Gradually, terracotta has becomes a major source of livelihood throughout, specially in Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharastra, Bishnupur and Bankura districts of West Bengal, other than Orissa. Shantiniketan from the creative talents of Bishnupur and Bankura districts of West Bengal, various Ganesha Face terracotta artwork under the Crafts of Bengal is presented by the VASHUNDHARA.

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