This product is a modern rendition of a traditional art made by National Awardee potter, Shahid Khan. Children love collecting money and it is a great way insuring that they learn to save early. The piggy bank has a stopper at the base to be able to withdraw what is put inside. Beautiful patterns in friendly animal shapes. It is a huge hit with children of all ages (including adults).
Art of Khurja Pottery is about 600 years old when potters from Delhi moved to the city of Khurja, during the reign of Mohammad-Bin-Tughlaq. Though it is also said that the ceramic factories in the region were set in by the British around World War II, when imports for ceramic were banned. Traditional Khurja pottery is done with relief work using earth colours like orange, brown, and terracotta, worked on to a white background. Khurja pottery is almost always identified by the traditional floral motifs and patterns which are part of the Islamic heritage of India.
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