These wooden rolling pins are slender and made in accordance with the traditions of Gujarat. Each roller is hand-crafted using Babul, Neem and other local wood verities. Their slender design helps you evenly roll out everything from a Chapathi, Poori to a Pastry sheet and dough for Breads. They hold a special place in our lacquerware collection.
Each of our Lacquerwares are made by the nomadic tribal community of Nirona, Gujarati. They come with zig-zag and geometric patterns bearing contrasting colours. Traditionally, they are gifted to newlywed brides as a part of her wedding trousseau. The colour is born out of colourful local stones which are pressed with lacquer and polished with oil to give it a glossy finish.
Note: Each of our utensils comes with an instruction card on maintenance and long-term care.
Images are representative. Our products are handmade by artisans and may slightly vary in size, dimensions, and volume