This traditional Pattachitra hand painted kettle can be used for pouring tea, decoration or planter. The Pattachitra work of this kettle has mythological figures and stories. The art of Pattachitra has been adapted to create this beautiful kettle for your home. Inspirations have been borrowed from the abhinaya and mudras of Odissi female dancers.
This aluminum kettle has cloth lining to make it more durable and it is painted with acrylic paint and varnished.
Pattachitra, is a unique painting style from Odisha. Having a mix of classical and folk arts Chitrakars create magic on Patta (cloth), Tussar (silk) and Tado (palm leaves). Raghurajpur, a heritage village, has its entire village practicing this glorious art form "Pattachitra". It is a home to over 300 artisans who have learned and still practice various traditional art forms handed down over the generations. They paint brightly colored mythological stories about Jaganath and other Gods, especially Krishna. Derived from the Sanskrit word patta (canvas) and chitra (painting), pattachitra has its roots in the 12th century. They also make hand painted birds, papier-mâché toys, masks, painted boxes, bottles, trays, kettles, coasters and many more. Fashioned from local materials — palm leaf, coconut, local dyes, mouse hair, stone and wood — this range of art works have a unique beauty and guileless charm. The art works bring even more luster and eye-popping colour to the village.
This is made by the artisans of Raghurajpur in Odisha.