Dating back to the Indus Valley Civilization, this craft of porcealin-ware is still extensively practised in the Indian subcontinent, mainly to create large matkis (jars), kulhar cups and oil lamps. Using innovative techniques, an artist from Auroville brings alive the aesthetics of her dream room - a postcolonial quarter with minimal textures - through her faded treatment of the floral motifs and uneven application of the glaze.
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Height 6.35 cm (2.5")
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