D’Mart Exclusif introduces Goddess Saraswati sculpture

D'Mart Exclusif presents Goddess Saraswati created in fine Italian porcelain

D’Mart Exclusif Goddess Saraswati sculptureJuly 17, 2012: Saraswati, the Indian goddess of the knowledge and the arts, has now been translated into an exquisite figurine in fine Italian porcelain by d’mart Exclusif. This figurine has been created in a special worldwide limited edition version of only 2501 pieces and has been crafted to perfection, making it a collector’s dream.

This exclusive creation uses the Italian tradition of Capo Di Monti, which is synonymous with the finest quality Neapolitan porcelain and ceramics. The deity has been represented in all her pristine grace seated on a lotus, and accompanied by her trusted mount, the white swan. Her hands hold the veena, the instrument on which she plays the music of life, the lotus, the symbol of true knowledge, and the sacred scriptures. She is dressed in white, the symbol of purity, and her serene radiance has been beautifully captured in stone for eternity.

Embellished with Swarovski crystals, semi-precious stones and 24 carat gold, this collector’s item is being retailed exclusively in India by d’mart Exclusif, and comes inscribed with the d’mart Exclusif logo, a certificate of authenticity and the artist’s signature. Luciano Cazzola, the artist who has created this piece is an Italian who has worked with design and clay for over 40 years.

The Saraswati is 23 cm (w) x 36 cm (h) dimension and is priced at INR 2,45,000. It will be available at d’mart signature stores and boutiques.

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