Dhokra (also spelt Dokra) is non ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting technique. This sort of metal casting has been used in India for over 4,000 years and is still used. One of the earliest known lost wax artefacts is the dancing girl of Mohenjo-daro.[1] The product of dhokra artisans are in great demand in domestic and foreign markets because of primitive simplicity, enchanting folk motifs and forceful form. Dhokra horses, elephants, peacocks, owls, religious images, measuring bowls, and lamp caskets etc., are highly appreciated.[2] The lost wax technique for casting of copper based alloys has also been found in China, Egypt, Malaysia, Nigeria, Central America, and other places.

Haastika Dokra Frog Coin on Mouth showpiece

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₹799.00 Regular Price
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    • Use of the Product : Home Décor, Garden decoration, Gifts personal / corporate etc
    • History of the Product : Since last 4000 years Dhokra products are manufactured
    • Manufacturing Location : Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Kerla & Telengana
    • Care of the Product : By Polishes-Carefully remove all the dust accumulated on the Dokra jewellery. After that, get any brass polish, apply it on a dry and soft cloth rubbing it gently onto the Dokra jewellery. Ex - Brasso polish By using Natural Products: Make a paste of Lemon juice and bicarbonate of soda works wonders on Dokra jewellery, use soft cloth to wipe off all dirt. Also you can use Toothpaste to clean it.
    • The product of dhokra artisans are in great demand in domestic and foreign markets because of primitive simplicity, enchanting folk motifs and forceful form. Dhokra horses, elephants, peacocks, owls, religious images, measuring bowls, and lamp caskets etc., are highly appreciated.[2] The lost wax technique for casting of copper based alloys has also been found in China, Egypt, Malaysia, Nigeria, Central America, and other places.