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Terracotta History: Terracotta designs in the form of human and animal figurines were excavated from the archaeological sites of the Indus Valley Civilization in Mohenjo-daro that dates back to 3000-1500 BC.  This craft continues to thrive in India. Potters and craftsmen in India have learned the skill of creating terracotta products from their forefathers to carry forth the legacy of this art.  A big terracotta statue of the mother goddess is the most prominent discovery from Mohenjo Daro.  This depicts that this art has never perished, instead have always grown in popularity with time.
Jewellery: Terracotta jewelry is fashioned to mimic Kundan or Meenakari jewelry with an astounding detail and finish. Terracotta has a wide range of products such as chimes, tiles, articles of home décor, masks, murals, and figurines of sacred deities. Dolls, tumblers, feeding bins for cattle, coffee and tea mugs are another example. Tribal jewelry in terracotta is very popular among teens and young adults.
Wearing Terracotta: Simple designs of Terracotta with minimal details can be combined with semi-formal, ethnic wear or even everyday wear. Heavily embellished jhumkas, earrings, pendants, rings, bracelets and bangles are an apt accessory for teaming up with lehengas, Anarkali kurtas and traditional heavier saris. Clay art and jewelry makes for ideal gifting items, and suits ethnic and Western wear as they come in traditional and modern designs.
Suitable to Skin: Being non-reactive in nature, Clay and Terracotta jewelry suits all skin types, and does not cause allergies.

Traditional Indian Hand-crafted Terracotta Jewellery Set

₹598.00 Regular Price
₹299.00Sale Price