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Dice and dominoes await game time in a handsome set from Suresh Garg. The box is carved of seesham wood and adorned with brass inlays. Dominoes and dice are sculpted of the same warm material.
About the Artist: "I started this work with no background in terms of my family or training in this field. I have learned from my own experiences. I always wanted my profession to be related to the field of art. The art of making sandalwood boxes is extremely intricate and detail oriented, therefore it requires skilled workmanship. I am the guiding factor for my craftsmen, who create these exquisite boxes and other works based on my unique designs. My craftsmen and I are deeply involved with the making of sandalwood products, especially sandalwood boxes. We also use kadamwood on occasion. The making of these boxes requires a lot of devotion, patience and concentration as intricate handwork is done. Sandalwood has a unique natural fragrance, and is available only in a few parts of southern India."
The Suresh Garg Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Suresh Garg in India. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase.
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