Dok Mai Khod Art Plate



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The earliest trace of Benjarong ever recorded goes back to the Ming dynasty in China (1368:1644 A.D.), in the reign of Xuande Emperor (1425-1435 A.D.). It is hand-painted with 18 Karat gold.

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You wouldn:t be able to walk past this Pattachitra painting without slowing down to take a look. Allow guests in your home to enjoy this experience. If you are looking for something unusual to add to the aesthetic appeal of your home, look no further. This ancient art form has travelled all the way from Raghurajpur, Odisha to find its place in your home.

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    The process starts off with first hand making the basic ceramic ware in the shape and size desired. The ceramic is heated in ovens at over 500 degrees centigrade for six to seven hours. In painting process, there are various colors of paint but basically five main colours (black, green, yellow, red and white) are used. The specialized paint for Benjarong needs a skilful painter. The paint is made from mineral colours and must be well crushed and mixed with water in proper ratio. The paint should...

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    Length: 40.5
    Width: 40.5
    Height: 4
    Type of Material:Clay/Ceramic, Metal, Paint
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