'Gayak Folk Artist' Handpainted Decorative Showpiece (Iron, 9 inch)

SKU: EL-025-108
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'Gayak Folk Artist' Handpainted Decorative Showpiece (Iron, 9 inch)

SKU: EL-025-108
Regular price Rs. 1,735.00 Sale price Rs. 1,214.00 30% Off
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  • COLOUR: Multicoloured with Metallic Gold finish
  • MATERIAL: Iron
  • ART FORM: Hand-Painted
  • Made in India
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COLLECTION STORY

’Songs of the Homeland’ collection is inspired by generations of wandering folk-musicians native to Rajasthan. Clad in their traditional colorful dhotis and turbans, sometimes adorning majestic moustaches these magnificent composers conjure bewitching tunes with their assortment of classical Indian Instruments. With songs on countless themes from lost love to the onset of monsoon, the folk music of these travelling troupes is an ages-old tradition that makes the entire country sway to its rhythms rooted in cultural heritage. Legends claim that their music can bring to life entire forests and make water springs sprout from droughted lands. The amalgamation of their melodious voices with the sound of their instruments – dhols, tablas, flutes and nagaras, is a sight to behold.

Bringing the staggering brilliance of these musicians to your homes, our artisans have masterfully crafted figurines depicting various musicians, wearing intricately hand-painted festive attires. These ornamental models have been handcrafted by artisans out of iron. Perfect to place on tables, shelves and as Showpieces, these exquisite curious will liven up your homes with the vibrant rhythmic beats of their homeland.

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DESCRIPTION

The 'Gayak Folk Artist' figurine from the 'Songs of the Homeland' collection draws inspiraton from the travelling troupes of the folk musicians of Rajasthan. This exquisite figurine of a singer seated cross-legged, clad in a bright traditional attire with a beautiful turban has been handcrafted by our artisan ingeniously out of iron. The metallic gold figurine has been handpainted intricately in sky blue with traditional Rajasthani motifs. It embodies the spirit of Rajasthani folk music, and its magnificent rhythms and beats. Perfect to place on tables and shelves or to give as festive gifts to your loved ones, this exquisite figurine will liven up your home with its ethnic beauty.

FEATURES:
- Handcrafted by Indian artisans.
- Depicts an exquisitely crafted folk musician adorning a traditional attire along with a vibrant turban playing rhythmic beats on the dholak.
- Can be placed on side tables, drawing room tables and shelves.
- Perfect decorative Showpiece for your living room, tables and shelves.
- Ideal as a gift for housewarming parties and festivals.
- Depicts intricate multicoloured traditional Rajasthani motifs.
- Inspired by Rajasthani folk musicians.
- Can be placed anywhere in your living room or on shelves to add an ethnic element to your décor aesthetic.
- Handcrafted in Powder Coated Iron.
- Handcrafted and handpainted with traditional Rajasthani motifs.
- Comes in Multicolour with Metallic Gold finish.
- Comes in the following dimensions: 5.0''(L ), 4.4''(W), 9.4''(H) Inches in size.
- The product is a part of the 'Songs of the Homeland' collection.

SPECIFICATIONS

SKU:
EL-025-108

ART TYPE:
Handcrafted and handpainted with traditional Rajasthani motifs

MATERIAL:
Iron

DIMENSIONS:
(L * W * H) = (5.0 * 4.4 * 9.4) Inches

COLOUR:
Multicoloured with Metallic Gold finish

PRODUCT WEIGHT: 
415 grams

PACKAGE CONTENT:
1 Showpiece

NOTE:
- As this product is handcrafted there might be a slight color or design variation, which is natural and hence makes the product unique.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Gently clean with only dry cotton cloth.

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