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    03-059-06-06-11-01
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    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 14cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50
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    03.059.06.05.11.01
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    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 13cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50
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    03.059.06.04.11.01
    £86.50

    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 13cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50
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    03.059.06.03.11.01
    £86.50

    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 13cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50
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    03.059.06.02.11.01
    £86.50

    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 13cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50
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    03.059.06.01.11.01
    £86.50

    Ceramic vases from Driba.

    Ceramic vases painted in “chemla” style, a style which evolved from a family in nabeul with a long history of tile painting. Ideal as a vase or to simply decorate your home! Size H 43cm x D 13cm.
    £86.50
    £86.50
  • 01.073.06.12.14.1
    £30.95

    Ceramic Honduran catholic church feature decoration.

    This Lenca pottery church work perfectly fit any interior. Made by artisans in Honduras, totally handmade and hand decorated using the ancient pre-columbian techniques. Pottery is made of special clay of white and yellow colours. Design of churches includes some of the most beautiful Honduran church facades like the basilica of Suyapa, Los Dolores church, the famous cathedral of Comayagua, with the oldest clock in the Americas. May become a great gift for wedding and housewarming. Size L 27cm x W 8,5cm x H 28cm. 
    £30.95
    £30.95
  • 01.073.06.10.14.1
    £30.95

    Ceramic Honduran catholic church feature decoration.

    This Lenca pottery church work perfectly fit any interior. Made by artisans in Honduras, totally handmade and hand decorated using the ancient pre-columbian techniques. Pottery is made of special clay of white and yellow colours. Design of churches includes some of the most beautiful Honduran church facades like the basilica of Suyapa, Los Dolores church, the famous cathedral of Comayagua, with the oldest clock in the Americas. May become a great gift for wedding and housewarming. Size L 24,5cm x W 13,5cm x H 29cm.
    £30.95
    £30.95
  • 02.060.04.01.11.02
    £64.95

    Phad painting: king in his convoy. natural colour on paper.

    Phad painting originates in Rajasthan, India. Phad is a type of scroll painting. The term ‘phad’ refers to the length of cloth – a phad means a long length of cloth. These paintings are traditionally done on a long scroll, which is then cut to size. They usually depict local deities and their stories, or legends of rulers. These paintings are created using bright colours. The outlines of the paintings are first drawn in black and later filled with colour. Vibrant colours and bold lines, along with a two-dimensional treatment of figures, and the entire composition arranged in sections, are characteristic of these paintings. Rajasthan is mainly desert land, and is famous for its art, handicraft, miniature paintings and forts. These paintings were often carried from place to place, accompanied by traditional singers, who narrated the theme depicted on the scrolls. They were used as information and entertainment. This folk art seems to hold a perennial appeal and continues to remain predominantly popular. Can be bought as a set of two. This one is a traditional work, both in style and content. Size L 27cm x W 18cm.
    £64.95
    £64.95
  • 02.060.04.01.11.01
    £64.95

    Phad painting: king in the garden. natural colour on paper.

    Phad painting originates in Rajasthan, India. Phad is a type of scroll painting. The term ‘phad’ refers to the length of cloth – a phad means a long length of cloth. These paintings are traditionally done on a long scroll, which is then cut to size. They usually depict local deities and their stories, or legends of rulers. These paintings are created using bright colours. The outlines of the paintings are first drawn in black and later filled with colour. Vibrant colours and bold lines, along with a two-dimensional treatment of figures, and the entire composition arranged in sections, are characteristic of these paintings. Rajasthan is mainly desert land, and is famous for its art, handicraft, miniature paintings and forts. These paintings were often carried from place to place, accompanied by traditional singers, who narrated the theme depicted on the scrolls. They were used as information and entertainment. This folk art seems to hold a perennial appeal and continues to remain predominantly popular. Can be bought as a set of two. This one is a traditional work, both in style and content. Size L 27cm x W 18cm.
    £64.95
    £64.95
  • 02.060.04.01.02.02
    £48.95

    Phad painting: king in the garden, black and gold on paper with black mount.

    Phad painting originates in Rajasthan, India. Phad is a type of scroll painting. The term ‘phad’ refers to the length of cloth – a phad means a long length of cloth. These paintings are traditionally done on a long scroll, which is then cut to size. They usually depict local deities and their stories, or legends of rulers. These paintings are created using bright colours. The outlines of the paintings are first drawn in black and later filled with colour. Vibrant colours and bold lines, along with a two-dimensional treatment of figures, and the entire composition arranged in sections, are characteristic of these paintings. Rajasthan is mainly desert land, and is famous for its art, handicraft, miniature paintings and forts. These paintings were often carried from place to place, accompanied by traditional singers, who narrated the theme depicted on the scrolls. They were used as information and entertainment. This folk art seems to hold a perennial appeal and continues to remain predominantly popular. Can be bought as a set of two. Size L 24cm x W 24cm.
    £48.95
    £48.95
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    02.060.04.01.02.01
    £48.95

    Phad painting: king on his visit, black and gold on paper with black mount.

    Phad painting originates in Rajasthan, India. Phad is a type of scroll painting. The term ‘phad’ refers to the length of cloth – a phad means a long length of cloth. These paintings are traditionally done on a long scroll, which is then cut to size. They usually depict local deities and their stories, or legends of rulers. These paintings are created using bright colours. The outlines of the paintings are first drawn in black and later filled with colour. Vibrant colours and bold lines, along with a two-dimensional treatment of figures, and the entire composition arranged in sections, are characteristic of these paintings. Rajasthan is mainly desert land, and is famous for its art, handicraft, miniature paintings and forts. These paintings were often carried from place to place, accompanied by traditional singers, who narrated the theme depicted on the scrolls. They were used as information and entertainment. This folk art seems to hold a perennial appeal and continues to remain predominantly popular. Can be bought as a set of two. Size L 24cm x W 24cm.
    £48.95
    £48.95
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    02.046.03.01.10.01
    £108.50

    Metal elephant with his happy mahout.

    Elephant with happy mahout riding on it. Wax cast, liquid metal poured into cast and set. This tribal art is from the bastar area of chattisgarh, and is made using the lost wax process called cire perdue in the west. This work is called gadwakam in the local language. It is practised by tribals. Characterised by figures with long arms and legs, gadwakam is a complex process. A clay model is first set up. Then a wax lining is placed on this. The artist makes his sculpture on the wax. Another coating of clay with an opening at the bottom is laid over the wax. When the outer shell is dry and hard, a fire is lit around it so that the wax melts and flows out through it. Into this empty space is poured the molten metal. The outer layer is removed after it has cooled down. The resulting inner sculpture is finished, smoothed and polished. Size L 17,8cm x W 10,2 x H 20,3.
    £108.50
    £108.50
  • 02.045.11.01.11.02
    £277.95

    Palm leaf scroll: radha krishna colour, vertical.

    Palm leaf scrolls are very intricately etched palm leaves, strung together to make a large painting. Since the painting can only be done between the veins of palm leaves, they are of more or less a uniform size. The process of making a palm leaf scroll is quite painstaking and elaborate. Palm leaves are dried and then treated with turmeric, which makes them bacteria resistant. Then they are sewn together, to form a kind of accordion. The artist etches out images on the palm leaf, using a fine sharp needle. Then the colours are filled in – usually black. One leaf at a time has to be carefully etched, so when the painting is a continuous one, careful co-ordination has to be done between the leaves. The accordion folds make these paintings easy to transport and store. All the paintings have minute details – animals, eyes, hairstyles and hair pieces, tapestries, flowers, trees etc. They are a visual record of the surroundings and a tribute to the artist’s imagination, patience and skill. From an ancient method of documentation, the pattachitra has become a treasured art, thriving under the growing skills of the master craftsmen of Orissa. Our pattachitra scrolls are from the village of raghurajpur, in the eastern state of Odisha. All our scrolls depict the traditional themes of stories from the ramayan, Mahabharata and stories of Krishna. These scrolls can be framed like normal paintings, without a glass, so they can be touched to feel the palm leaf texture. Size L 76,2cm x W 45,7cm.
    £277.95
    £277.95
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