Collection of Curated & Co-created handcrafted Terracotta products from different parts of India & Jaipur Blue Pottery
Size: 4" D* 7.5" H
This bottle shaped terracotta lantern blends into both a traditional and a contemporary décor setting. With its vibrant cutwork and a quirky shape light diffusing out of the cutwork will add a soothing mood to the space around it. Use it with its hanging facility to décor your garden or balcony.
About Azamgarh Red & Black Pottery:
Nizamabad, a small village in Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh is famous for its handcrafted Red & Black Pottery, especially cutwork and silver inlay-like work on black pottery. It has also received GI tag for Black Pottery. A unique process of applying mustard oil and firing greenware with rice husks in enclosed kilns gives these products a shiny black surface finish.
Prosperity from The Mother’s house presents handcrafted Terracotta & Blue Pottery products from the villages of India. We aspire to bridge the gap between traditional artisans & craft lovers, to cover the distance between remote villages of India and international craft destinations, to cross the divide between aesthetic products and pocket-friendliness and to find a balance between a rich design heritage and modern-day needs. So far, Prosperity has been able to bring you pottery from Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh, Molela, Pokhran and Kot Jevar in Rajasthan and from Chhota Udaipur in Gujarat.
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"Lay all on Her, She is the cause of all "- Pg: 723, Savitri, Sri Aurobindo
The Mother of Pondicherry is a guide and force behind Prosperity. The venture is a platform to live the ideals given by The Mother for humanity which are: Goodness, Generosity, Equality, Peace.
We aspire, evolve and contribute to bring new world order where the ideals mentioned is way of life. we keep working towards collective harmony.
We are located in Ahmedabad - India's first heritage city
11, Sahyadri Flats, Stadium Road, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad, Gujarat - 380009 India
Monday - Friday
1.00 pm to 8.00 pm
2.00 pm to 6.00 pm