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Banglar Terracotta
product- Elephant pair
Item – 2 pieces

Elephant Pair Terracotta
6000
4800.00
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Terracotta from bengal
product-Ganapati Bappa with couple of elephant (Full Set)
Usability -home decorate
size- 2ft  6 Inc 

Ganesh ji with Couple of Elephant
12000
10560.00
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Bishnupur Terracotta from Bengal

Product name -Saraswati mata 

Size -12”

Saraswati mata
1200
960.00
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Bangalar Terracotta
Product- Shakuntala devi
usability- home décor (wall hanging)
size-  3ft

Banglar Terracotta (Shakuntala Devi)
3000
2700.00
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Bishnupur Terracotta  

Name- Music Artist 

Size-15"

Folk Artist
1000
800.00
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Product  -Terracotta Mahisasur Mardini 

Wall hanging

Size - 2ft

Mahisasur maridini
2100
1785.00
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Name -Beautiful Radha Krishna Jodi

Size -20/20 Inch

Radha Krishna
1900
1710.00
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Name - Folk artist (baul fakir)

Size -3ft 6inc

Folk artist (baul fakir)
1300
1105.00
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Durga Maa (Full set)

Size -4/4 feet

usability- wall hanging (home décor)

Durga set
9050
8145.00
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Wonderful  Banglar Terracotta
product- Very beautiful chess board
size- 15/15Inch


Wonderful chess board
2000
1800.00
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Bishnupur Terracotta Work

Product name - Ganesh ji 

Size - 14”

Ganesh ji
1200
1080.00
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Panchmura Terracotta Work 

Product Theme - Save tree 

Size -15”

Save tree
1600
1120.00

BANGLAR TERRACOTTA

The word “terracotta” originates from Italy. It’s been translated as the “baked earth” and its used across the globe and has a prominent place in history. From using it as a regular flower pot or using it as a expensive flower vase in an Art gallery, or just as a disposable inexpensive teapot in a roadside tea shop, Terra cotta is being vastly used today everywhere. Bankura’s terracotta is an internationally appreciated variety. The tradition of creating terracotta craft items most possibly started from the Panchmura region of Bankura here in Bengal. It all started from the Vaishnavism which swept through the Bengal in 16th century and The Vishnu temples across Bengal was adorned with the Terracotta decorated facades and intricate artworks till 19th century.

Traditional terracotta products like statues, flower vase,, home décor items, pots and jewelry are common in any Bengali household. The artists of Panchmura makes large items ranging from depiction of daily chores , landscape like garden, park, mountains or streams to artistic depiction of local festivities recent events. Nowadays the artists also make utility products like lamp, tub, crockery and tiles etc. which are in great demand in urban markets.

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