Civilisations across the world have more often than not, documented community celebrations in their art-forms. The coming together of people, laughter, music, dancing and the sharing of happiness & good vibes has forever been an important part of every culture; details and elements of these celebrations transcending into forms of indigenous paintings and material crafts. One of the very eminent tribal communities in India are the the Warlis, who are renowned for their indigenous style of stick-figure painting that they make by hand on mud walls of their homes mostly depicting happiness, festivity and community carnivals. Dating back to almost 3000 B.C., their paintings are often compared with prehistoric cave paintings because of the simple style, easy translation and use of pastel natural colours and patterns.
Capturing the spirit of community togetherness, this ancient indigenous Indian art-form of Warli paintings has been translated onto beautiful studio pottery pieces of tableware. Pastel earth tones on the body with Warli details, 'The Art Of Carnival' is a collection of salt-pepper shaker sets, cup sets, mug sets and bowl sets, handmade with love in ceramic, that rejoices in the spreading of love and togetherness over chai (tea), coffee and food cozying up at home. Simple shapes and forms, delicate hand-details in earth-ware and the hand-painted traditional Warli motifs of dancing women, bullock carts and horses being driven by men, musical instruments being played, merry figures among others on the pieces make this collection a work of art for your table tops. This range of products is a carnival story, handmade and hand-painted with love, to make those get togethers with friends and family even more memorable.
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Delicately handmade in ceramic, 'Dancers On Shakers' is a classic pair of salt and pepper shakers with a lovely red-mud brown coloured glaze on the base. Cylindrical in shape and detailed with Warli art, the shakers show off a whole procession of paintings in black around their body with traditional motifs of dancing women, merry figures, men playing musical instruments and riding horses to celebrate the coming together of the community in rejoice. Handmade & hand-painted with love from the interiors of India, 'Dancers On Shakers' make the perfect addition to any kitchen and table spaces as art pieces, displaying an exemplary glimpse of Warli tribal traditions.
- Perfect for any dining set up to spice up your mealtime.
- Comes with 1 salt shaker & 1 pepper shaker.
- Depicts Warli Hand-Painting & Studio Pottery.
- Handmade in Ceramic.
- Glazed in a matte tone of red mud brown.
- Comes in the following dimensions: 3.1" (H), 2.1" (DIA) Inch in size.
- It rejoices in spreading the mood of love, togetherness & festivity to your table top.
Warli Hand-Painting & Studio Pottery
(H * DIA) = (3.1 * 2.1) Inch
Red Mud Brown
1 Salt Shaker, 1 Pepper Shaker
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for people like me and for the ones who love adding handmade craft with the right usage of space. This is the one I would recommend. It serves the entire purpose!
Beautiful, just like I imagined
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I really like these trivets as they can complement most types of table decor. They are attractive and look colourful.
It was delivered before time.
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The products have excellent craftsmanship and finish.
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At par with display pictures. Glad! and responsible packing and delivery. Exclusively customer delight!
The plates look good are easy to clean and bring a variety on the table. Thank you . Keep innovating new shapes and sizes. Looking forward to more