Exotic and beautiful, this is one of the Water Lady Statues from a series, carved from Soft Stone of Orissa by artisans whose ancestors have practiced this craft of stone carving for centuries. Hammers and chisels of various sizes and shapes, called the Muna, Patili, Martual, Thuk-Thuki and Nitana are used to bring life these life-like figures from featureless stone. Once engraved, the finishing Is done by scrapping out the extra material using a flat-edged iron tool. The Breathtakingly beautiful Stone Statue of Water Lady with Pot Fountain looks classy look and blends well with a wide range of decors. Carved from Soft Stone of orissa By master Craftsman?›ƒ?ªƒ?›s of Odisha Who Had Practiced This Art of Stone Carving for Centuries. They First Draws An Outline On The Stone And It Is Then Engraved And The Finishing Is Done By Scrapping Out of The Extra Material By Sharp Flat Edged Iron Tool. Normally Hammers And Chisels of Various Sizes And Shapes Like Muna, Patili, Martual, Thuk-Thuki And Nitana Are Used To Engrave The Stone.