Handmade Undercut Wood Carved Stone Studded Elephant Statue Vintage Sculpture/ Jaali Style Elephant Home Decorative

Wood: Kadam wood

Craft: Jaali Crafts

Place: Rajasthan, India

Special Feature:

The specialty of this wooden elephant is that by drilling from the holes a Baby Elephant is created inside the stomach.

Product Details:

Size: 18 cm Length, 16 cm Height, 10 cm Width

Weight: 400 Gram

Special Attention: Handcrafted Village Craft

Product Care: Wipe with a soft cloth

$49.99
Processing Time 1 Day, Delivery time 1-5 days in USA, Outside USA 1-2 Weeks
Free Shipping to USA

Expected Delivery Date Within USA Aug 22nd-Sep 1st

Expected Delivery Date Outside USA Sep 1st-Sep 8th

 

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Elephant figurine in white wood with fine undercut work and adorned with inlaid work by using hand art. The Elephant statue is placed on an inlaid and carving base in an oval shape. This figure is best for gifting or can use for decorative purposes.

An elephant symbolizes Buddha and the Lord Ganesha to bring home strength, good luck, and harmony in family bonds. Welcome home the good luck by placing a statue of an elephant or a pair at home. Can be used for Decoration & gifting during the Festival and can also be given to keep in Offices, Home Temples, and as a Souvenir.

An ancient craft originally practiced on ivory is adapted to different kinds of wood as well. The community of Ivory carvers still known as “Hast daant waale” from Rajasthan and Haryana, India have over the years evolved their craft to carving on wood as well. The craftsmen create decorative artifacts, jewelry, and utility products like lamps, boxes, photo frames and pen stands out of finely carved wood. These craftsmen generally work on sandalwood and the less expensive Kadam wood. Sandalwood is softer to work on and hence, requires slightly blunt tools as against sharper ones for the Kadam wood.

Carving involves shaping the wood to make objects of utility and chiseling parts of wood to form intricate designs, with the help of hand tools. The buyer will love the smooth lines and subtle detailing that gives this piece a sense of mystery. Other carved animals/designs add a bold attraction to produce a piece that you will love displaying on your shelf or table. The warm stain enhances the natural beauty of the wood grain.

Artist:

Handmade by tribal craftsmen and women in a village of India.

Making Process:

1. Artisan starts with a season wood log

2. Marking on the wood is made and cut accordingly.

3. The design of an elephant is drawn.

4. Rough shape of the elephant is carved.

5. Numerous holes are made in the statue.

6. The outer shell is retained and the baby elephant is crafted inside the stomach.

7. Emery sheet is rubbed all around and smoothened.

8. Color and wax are applied.

9. Cleaning & Polishing are applied and buffed all around neatly to complete a fine piece of the wooden elephant.

It takes about 8 working days to complete a standard size piece.

Useful Information:

Due to the hand-finishing process, there may be slight variations in finish/color with each piece. Minor variations & organic defects in hand carvings enhance individual artistic character.

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Soft Wood
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