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The essence of the existence of tribes is community living. In good times and bad, they help each other and include everyone. In all their festivals, rituals and habits a sense of togetherness prevails. They believe in ‘it takes a village to raise a kid’, something we forget as city dwellers. This concept is very much reflected in all the artworks. Wrought Iron handicraft also known as “Pitva Art” is an Ancient art form, made by a very small Tribal community of Bastar, Chhattisgarh. They use mostly waste or left out Iron pieces, cut it manually by chisel and hammer and heat it by charcoal. Mostly all the human and animal figures are made of single piece of sheet by manual hammering work of a hot metal piece. To make a joint they use Rivets. NO Welding machine, cutting machine, mold is used to make an artifact and that makes it a true handicraft. After making, each and every piece is treated with Red oxide to avoid Rust in future and then 3 layer of oil paint (Mat Finish) is done.
Clean with dry soft cloth or cloth with oil.
All our products are handcrafted, thereby there might be minor deviations in shape, size and design. Since the products are hand carved, hand-made, fabricated and hand-painted, there might be some rough edges or irregularities which are not imperfections. Accessories shown in the image are only for representation and are not part of the product. The actual color might vary slightly due to photographic lighting. We take great care to adhere to high quality standards. We do not accept cancellations after the order is booked. We offer a 2-Day Return Policy for all products. Returns are accepted only for the following reasons: Damaged Product; Incomplete Product; Incorrect Product. For any doubts, please feel free to message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chinhhari Arts, Raipur