This elegant Black Madhubani Handmade Handpainted Terracotta Vase is all set to adorn your home. The gold color and the intricate Madhubani paintings complements the black base and adds a glowing touch to the overall artistry of the pot. The unique shape brings back memories of the traditional clay pots to fill water and also the story of the “The Thirsty Crow”.

The uniqueness of this piece is enhanced by two different forms of work – Terracotta and Madhubani Artform. 
Terracotta is clay like earthenware with a  brownish-red tinge of color. It is an art in itself to paint a Terracotta material where factors like temperature, exposure to moisture really matter.

Madhubani painting also known as Mithila painting is an art doing by using fingers, brushes, twigs, pen nibs, blunt tips. Following a geometrical pattern, the art uses natural dyes and pigments and presents a cultural legacy. The uniqueness of this artwork is characterized by significant forms, the prominent ones being hatching and shading. Hatching form uses thin lines with less colors to create a picture, while shading form uses solid colors to fill in between. The combination of these two forms brings in a myriad of colors that is pleasing to the eyes. 

Usage Ideas:
1. Acts as a centerpiece for your wall shelf or mantel or countertop.
2. Set it on a corner shelf or a glass display case to provide a classy set up to the whole surroundings.
3. Make this your go-to vase for your kitchen decor.
4. Place it as a centerpiece on your dining table and watch the beauty unfold.