Craft N Museum Handmade Ganesh Show Piece (9 Cm x 5 Cm x 5 Cm). This Craft N Museum Handmade beautiful Ganesh jee show piece is made of Clay (World Femurs Krishnanagar, West Bengal). This unique accent piece adds touch of elegance to any home. However, there would not be any compromise in quality. Disclaimer: The item being handmade. This is a perfect desk accessory and beautiful addition to a nautical collection. Excellent desk decor & gifting product. This Craft N Museum Decorative item can be used as Drawing / Living Room Interior Decoration Showpieces / Table Decor Items. No matter whether you place it in your living room or any other room, watching it will surely create a magical love ambiance. It is a Best Gift for Anniversary / Wedding / Birthday etc. Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources on your monitor settings. Images used in this are the property of Craft N Museum. [Size of this Product : 9 cm X 5 cm X 5 cm. Weight : 130 gm.]. Mrit Silpo / Krishnanagar: The crafts of West Bengal are renowned all over the word, mainly because of their pastoral charm. Amongst all the crafts of the state, the art of clay doll making is amongst the most popular ones. These beautiful, lively clay structures are adorned with vibrant colors. Though the art of doll making has always been an integral part of Bengal's culture, it gained momentum under the patronage of Maharaja Krishnachandra of Krishnanagar, in the late 18th Century. Ghurni, in Krishnanagar city of Nadia District (West Bengal), is the place renowned for its clay sculptures and toys. part from Krishna Nagar, you can also find clay dolls in Puilya, Tantiberai, Tulsiberai and Sariyala - Balipota and Midnapore. The clay dolls are basically made by pressing and molding methods. First of all, different kinds of clay is blended and mashed, to form a dough-like material. With this dough, different parts of the sculpture are designed, by molding and pressing them to give the desired structure. Then, clay paste is used for sticking together all the separately molded parts. The resultant object is baked in high temperature kiln. After the basic structure is formed, the doll is painted in various vibrant colors, by brush Putul, as the Bengalis fondly call their clay dolls, come in various types, depending upon their structure and the purpose they are made for. The rustic beauty and homeliness of these dolls make up their most attracting attributes. The clay sculptures of West Bengal are designed in various themes, many times representing the village life as well. These dolls are a craze amongst the foreign tourists of the state, who find this art totally unique and love its vibrant colorfulness. Let us know more about the different Types of clay dolls in West Bengal. Krishnanagar clay model artists spread in three parts hereditarily. First and foremost part is called ‘Ghurni’, another part is Kumorpara Shasthitala and the third is spread Rathtala near Krishnanagar Rajbari. Disclaimer: The item being handmade. Product color may slightly vary due to photographic lighting sources on your monitor settings. Images used in this are the property of Craft N Museum.