Dhokra handcrafted brass beads in blue cotton thread.
Material: Thick weaves of thread with brass cube & round beads
Type: Long Adjustable thread
PLEASE NOTE: Please note that the product may carry minor irregularities is that only add to its beauty. These are not seen as defects.
And some ghungroo/beads might not be perfectly round in shape. Some might be twisted / oxidised in color or bit opened up or darker than each other due to its crafting and natural process. There can be some loose threads as well.
This product has been crafted by hands, hence may come with little imperfections. Please cherish the beauty as we do not call them defect per se making every single piece unique for you.
Handle with care. Always wipe with dry & clean cloth. Keep away from perfume / water / or any other alcohol / spirit based liquid. Store in a box and keep away from humidity.
This product is non-returnable, hence no exchange or refund will be made against it.
Just wear it with lots of love :)
Dhokra (or Dokra) is non–ferrous metal casting using the ‘lost-wax casting’ technique. This technique of metal casting has been used in India for over 4,000 years and is still in use. One of the earliest known ‘lost wax casting’ artefacts is the famous statue of the dancing girl of Mohenjo-daro which we all have seen in our history textbooks. Dhokra Art is still used to craft artefacts, accessories, utensils and jewellery. It is differentiated by its rustic simplicity, enchanting folk motifs and clean, distinctive, lines. The artistry of jewellery making in brass using the craft of Dhokra Art, was practiced in the Indus Valley Civilization, Rome as well as in Egypt. India has been the largest brass making country in the world, practicing this art for the last 5000 years.