Dimensions : 14 * 17 inches
Intricate craft work with perfect finish
Moisture-proof, lightweight and durable
Only 1 left in stock (can be backordered)
Krishna Makhan chor wall hanging is an exquisite iron wall hanging with the image of lord Krishna stealing butter, carved skillfully and adorned with colourful acrylic paint. Krishna’s tales of childhood and youth speak fondly about his mischievous pranks as a Makhan chor (butter thief) while he assumed the role of a cow herder. He is one of the most loved and revered deities in Hinduism. This unique artefact that celebrates this wondrous god is handcrafted in India by expert artisans using high-grade materials. Expertly painted and carved, this stunning piece has an embossed look and feel. It will give a traditional and elegant flair to your home décor.
Iron craft has been practised and perfected in India for centuries. It is used to create intricately designed artefacts using iron ore.
Being handmade, its design, pattern and colour tone may vary slightly from image
|Dimensions||39 × 46 × 9 cm|