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Great Indian Festival Exclusive Andhra Lamp – Ganesha 4 Versions. 22 inch (Height),Top – 5 x 5 inches, Bottom – 7 x 7 inch

1,475.00

This form of craft is linked to the state’s traditional folk and cultural expression, called Leather puppetry. The artisans of Nimmalakunta in Ananthapur district, Narsaraopet in Guntur district and D.C. Palle in Nellore district create these masterpieces making these places the main centers of leather puppet industry in Andhra Pradesh. In Nimmalakunta, artisans practice this as a hereditary craft. Lamp Shades are also made by the same artisans in colorful designs and patterns. The raw materials used are Goat hide and sheepskin and in addition to this, water proof colors, paint-brush and mouldare some of the materials used for lamp shades. Lampshades are created using a mould and most of them are based on mythological figures. The colors which are derived from vegetables dyes, like brilliant red, green, white, yellow, browns and orange are popular. Most of the Floor lamp shade feature interesting patterns of mythological prints, which are considered quite popular among art collectors. There are few Floor lamp shades of alternating bands with different colors, making it quite attractive and artistic. These are ideal for ornamental purpose. The lamp shades constitute important artefacts of Andhra Pradesh. The floral print-based Lamp Shades makes them quite appealing, reflecting clear artistic finesse. There are bright colored and also dark pattern lamp shades. The decorative patterns practiced by artisans enhances the attraction of this form of Lampshades.

Created by State Awardee S. Gangi Shetty. Award certificate shown in images.
Vaastu compliant. Brings in luck and prosperity.
Perfect to give that unique and stand out look to your home, offices and other public places.
This art has existed since 200BC and it derives its motifs from Hindu mythology.

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Price: ₹1,675.00 - ₹1,475.00
(as of Oct 29,2021 16:52:35 UTC – Details)



This form of craft is linked to the state’s traditional folk and cultural expression, called Leather puppetry. The artisans of Nimmalakunta in Ananthapur district, Narsaraopet in Guntur district and D.C. Palle in Nellore district create these masterpieces making these places the main centers of leather puppet industry in Andhra Pradesh. In Nimmalakunta, artisans practice this as a hereditary craft. Lamp Shades are also made by the same artisans in colorful designs and patterns. The raw materials used are Goat hide and sheepskin and in addition to this, water proof colors, paint-brush and mouldare some of the materials used for lamp shades. Lampshades are created using a mould and most of them are based on mythological figures. The colors which are derived from vegetables dyes, like brilliant red, green, white, yellow, browns and orange are popular. Most of the Floor lamp shade feature interesting patterns of mythological prints, which are considered quite popular among art collectors. There are few Floor lamp shades of alternating bands with different colors, making it quite attractive and artistic. These are ideal for ornamental purpose. The lamp shades constitute important artefacts of Andhra Pradesh. The floral print-based Lamp Shades makes them quite appealing, reflecting clear artistic finesse. There are bright colored and also dark pattern lamp shades. The decorative patterns practiced by artisans enhances the attraction of this form of Lampshades.

Created by State Awardee S. Gangi Shetty. Award certificate shown in images.
Vaastu compliant. Brings in luck and prosperity.
Perfect to give that unique and stand out look to your home, offices and other public places.
This art has existed since 200BC and it derives its motifs from Hindu mythology.



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