Wrought Iron handicraft is also known as “Pitva Art “ is an Ancient art form, made by a Tribal community of Bastar, Chhattisgarh. They use mostly waste iron pieces, manually cut using a chisel and hammer, and heat them using charcoal to form a shape. All the arts are made of a single piece of metal sheet by the manual hammering of a hot metal piece. No Welding machine or a cutting machine is used to make an artifact and that makes these a true handicrafts. 

Wrought Iron

Bullhead Musicians | Wrought Iron


Abstract Deer


Abstract fish | Wrought Iron


Tribal Mother Child | Wrought Iron


Tea light holders | Wrought Iron


Gandhian monkey | Wrought iron


Tribal Ganesha | Wrought Iron


Wrought Iron Abstract Sun


Wrought Iron Kerala Boat [1KG]


Tribal father child | Wrought Iron


Relo Dance | Wrought Iron


Five-Man Musical Set | Wrought Iron