DecorKrishna BalaramAravali
DecorKrishna BalaramAravali
DecorKrishna BalaramAravali
DecorKrishna BalaramAravali

Krishna Balaram

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Presenting Krishna Balaram, an exclusive made-to-order collection by an award-winning terracotta artist celebrated for pinch pottery. This intricately detailed terracotta plate captures Lord Krishna's playful moments with his elder half-brother Balarama, showcasing their bond. The labor-intensive process involves refining clay, meticulous sculpting, and a precise firing technique. Unlike traditional methods, the artist achieves vibrant colors without paint, using varied temperatures during firing. Each piece is a testament to skill, dedication, and the profound bond between the two brothers.

PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES

  • Product Dimensions: L 46 x B 46 cms
  • Craft: Pinched terracotta
  • Material: Clay
  • Country of Origin: India

Shipping Information

Delivery time: 10-15 Days
At Flourish Planet we believe in slow fashion. This product is handmade and comes directly to you by our maker partners in a distant continent, and is non-returnable.

Raw Material Cost

10 %

Artisan Wages

40 %

Producer Group Margin

20 %

Mission Margin

*goes towards platform operations, order fulfillment, and building equity for the producer ecosystem.
30 %
Aravali emerges from a profound affection for traditional Indian art, a passion that extends to preserving and championing both the art forms and the talented artists behind them. The brand meticulously curates a rich tapestry of traditional art from diverse corners of India, forming partnerships with the finest creators, acknowledged and honored by State institutions. Among Aravali's esteemed panel are Shilp Guru awardees, State government awardees, and GI certified artists. At Aravali, the commitment is twofold - not only to offer patrons authentic art forms but also to empower artisans by ensuring the sustained legacy and widespread recognition of their crafts. It's not just about art; it's a journey of preserving heritage and fostering the creators who breathe life into it.
  • Use a soft dry brush to clean the surface for dust.
  • Do not use water or any other liquid or cleaner on the surface.
  • Using liquids will leave stains on the surface.

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