Collection of Curated & Co-created handcrafted Terracotta products from different parts of India & Jaipur Blue Pottery
Gundiyali Painted Terracotta Bowls ( Set of 2)
Size: 3" L * 3" W * 2" H
Capacity: 125 ML ( each bowl)
Material: Unglazed Terracotta & Acrylic Paint
Use this beautifully ornate bowls to serve desserts or as nut bowl. Its modern and minimalist shape allows it to use it as Kullhad also.
* Soak it in water for 10 min.
* Let it dry completely and it is ready to use
About the Craft:
Potter's village is a substitute of Gundiyali village. It is mainly known for its painted Matkas (Earthen Pots) and over time the artisans have also developed products to meet modern and urban requirements although their production process has remained the same. Gundiyali Pottery can be identified by it's smooth finish, it's deep red shade and it's painting work.
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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