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Tealight Holder | Wooden | Gifting and Home Décor for Diwali & Christmas | Coshal |D11

Tealight Holder | Wooden | Gifting and Home Décor for Diwali & Christmas | Coshal |D11

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Coshal Arts Wooden Tealight Holder :- This Is A Limited Run You can't go wrong with bringing a pure Warli Diya tealight holder into your home to celebrate the event. The tealight holder's beauty comes from the time and effort put into painting, carving, and polishing the highest quality wood. The aroma and design of the tea light holder evoke the refined craftsmanship of woodwork and the freewheeling spirit of the Warli art and dance form. Perhaps reviving some old customs would help you feel more at home with the season.

Package Contents: 1 Tea Light Holder+ 1 Wax Tealight
Please refer to the dimension image before making a purchase
Perfect to be put up in a living room, bedroom or office to add an ethnic touch handmade and Hand painted in Warli Art.

  1. Product Dimensions :- 7.3L x 7.3W x 8H Centimeters
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1. Crafted By Tribal Artisans Of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

2. Original Name of Wooden art is Kasht Kala.

3. The artform is now practiced for more than 400+ years.

4. Reclaimed Wood is used to create all the artefacts.

5 .Every handcrafted wooden art is well polished for its longevity.


1.Use mul cotton or any soft dry cloth to wipe off the dust.

2.Do not use water.

3.You may use oil for shine.

4. Ocasionally use can use touuchwood to maintain its shine

Crafting Technique

Wooden art or kasht kala is an ancient art form in Chhattisgarh. Artists carved the desired shape of artefacts from reclaimed wood by using small hand tools manually. Tyhus, making each and every artefacts unique on its own.

We have combined Wooden and Warli art forms to create a few Tealight Holders.

Warli folk paintings  are paintings from the Maharashtra region. The largest tribe in Maharashtra is known as the Warli. "Warli is derived from the word 'warla,' which means a plot of land."
Warli art was discovered in the early 1970s, but its exact origin is unknown. Its origins, however, can be traced back to the 10th century AD.
Warli art is a vivid expression of the tribe's daily and social events, with members using their skills to decorate the walls of their homes.


1. We usally ship orders within 3-5 days of receiving an order.

2. However, if you order more than 5 pieces of each product and style, or if the item you ordered is in production, it may take longer to process your order. If this occurs, we will notify you via email.

For more details you can read our Shipping and Delivery policy.

Meet Your Artist

Anupam Singh, a resident of Mandir Hasoud, is just one of many aspiring young painters who hope to employ this technique to create stunning works of art. She graduated with a BFA in painting from Indira Kala Sangeet Vishwavidyalay in Khairgarh. She dreams of a prosperous career where she can continue in style, Madhubani art, and other folk arts.

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