The Wood work of Jodhpur is a very significant craft of Jodhpur. The recent emergence of a large and potentially profitable export market .However caused a number of Suthar, or members of the carpenter caste, to immigrate from nearby villages of the city. And thus establishing a large craft cluster. Most of the Suthar are either from Barmer, the region of Rajasthan well known for its intricate wood carving, or belong to the Meghwal community who carve stands for flour grinders, cots, camel and bullock carts and cradles for use by the village community; these objects are often decorated with carved details and small engraved metal elements. Their respective skills have been adapted to the requirements of the burgeoning urban and export markets and the city of Jodhpur now generates a range of carved, painted metal worked and antique-finished wood products. Though most of the metal ornamentation on wood utilized brass, white metal and copper have also begun to be employed. Sheets of metal are bought, embossed with the aid of dies, then cut into required shapes and sizes and affixed onto the wooden objects so that it covers the wood partially or entirely, If the wood is not entirely covered over, it is painted and distressed or given an antique finish.