Our Wooden Chakla Belan is a true art piece in itself. These are made by the Kutch tradition that is centuries old. Each piece is handcrafted by artisans using Babul, Neem wood among other local wood varieties. Roll out Chapathis and Puris that are perfectly round with this artsy and eco-conscious piece of heritage.
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 newly wed 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