Big Wooden Jar with lid - Etikoppaka Handicraft

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Etikoppaka

Gleaming on the banks of Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra, Etikoppaka is a village that lives and breathes art. Turning raw Ankudi wood into articles of excellent aesthetic value, this village has acquired a Geographical Indications tag to mark its evergreen contribution to Indian crafts. With elegance and simplicity in design, this vibrant wooden jar is a feat to achieve in terms of handicraft. The perfection of its seamless curves makes it difficult to credit it to human hands. This Etikoppaka jar is carved out of natural wood and dyed with organically produced colours, making it stand out from the rest.

  • 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.2500

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Gleaming on the banks of Varaha in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra, Etikoppaka is a village that lives and breathes art. Turning raw Ankudi wood into articles of excellent aesthetic value, this village has acquired a Geographical Indications tag to mark its evergreen contribution to Indian crafts. With elegance and simplicity in design, this vibrant wooden jar is a feat to achieve in terms of handicraft. The perfection of its seamless curves makes it difficult to credit it to human hands. This Etikoppaka jar is carved out of natural wood and dyed with organically produced colours, making it stand out from the rest.

What better way to store your food than in a jar that comes from the heart of nature?

Each time he holds the lathe and sets out to sculpt, the Etikoppaka artisan surpasses himself. Generations of experience and passion boil down to the way he uses his skillful hands. With every ounce of precision he could gather, the Etikoppaka artisan produces a finished product that is globally revered for both quality and design. India yearns to return to her days of glory when handicraft thrived in high numbers. With immense support from the reign of the time, abandoning their ancestral craft was the last thing on the minds of the artisans. Today, their spirits weak and their backs tired, the artisans of Etikoppaka are working harder than ever to make ends meet. Yet, many artisan communities firmly believe in the legacy that they have brought forward from the depths of history.