Water Well in Village Theme - Kondapalli Toys

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Kondapalli Bommalu

This toy masterpiece displays sheer excellence in shaping and colouring wood into delightful showpieces. Adding a one of a kind look to your home, this Kondapalli curio carefully borders the modern tendency for authenticity and the traditional affinity for detail. The artisan sculpts two gorgeous women out of locally abundant Poniki natural wood. One lady is captured drawing fresh water from a traditional dug well setting while her comrade washes clothes and reminisces in the lush landscapes of the countryside.

  • Handmade by Kondapalli Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
  • Cash-on-delivery payment option available
  • Delivered within 7-days of online purchase
  • Free shipping for purchases above Rs.1500

Rs. 900.00
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Rs. 900.00

Destiny brings the age-old tradition of Kondapalli toymaking to the neighbourhood of Andhra's renowned city, Vijayawada as one of India's most prestigious expressions of culture and art. Pumping life into the heritage of native Telugu handicraft, the artisans of Kondapalli wield the chisel and mould local wood with utmost excellence. With his level of expertise continually bettering itself, the Kondapalli craftsman has come a long way from home.

This toy masterpiece displays sheer excellence in shaping and colouring wood into delightful showpieces. Adding a one of a kind look to your home, this Kondapalli curio carefully borders the modern tendency for authenticity and the traditional affinity for detail. The artisan sculpts two gorgeous women out of locally abundant Poniki natural wood. One lady is captured drawing fresh water from a traditional dug well setting while her comrade washes clothes and reminisces in the lush landscapes of the countryside.

Rural India offers breathtaking pieces of cultural heritage to a country of passionate artisans in turmoil. Simplicity is slowly but surely becoming a thing of the past. Being Indian, we find it bizarre that time is leading to an inevitable rarity of handicraft. The tradition of Kondapalli toymaking has withstood the harsh tests of time, dynamic and everchanging. Today, classified as one under the Geographical Indications Act, Kondapalli toymaking remains the pride of Andhra, pooling its efforts to support the yearning art form.

In a generation of industrial production, these artefacts elevate any setting with their warmth and personality. The thriving communities of Kondapalli alchemize wood into value and value into icons that are worth treasuring.