Hand-painted Depicting a Unique Inverted Chevron Pattern with Handglazing done at a firing of 1200 degree celsius
LID: Mango Wood
(L * W * H) = (4.7 * 3.2 * 6.0) Inch
JUG: Indigo Blue & White,
LID: Light Brown
1 Jug & Lid
- The hand-painting on the ceramic will not wear away.
- This is not a Bone China product.
- There could be a slight variation in the glazing/color/finish on the product, as the glazing is done inside the furnace fired at 1200 degree celsius to make the product sturdy and due to the natural property of the glaze it is impossible to predict the color of the glazing/finish which will eventually come on the product after the firing process.
'Indigo Chevrons' is a collection inspired by a very striking and seamless zig-zag geometric pattern known as Chevron. This ancient pattern is characterized by an inverted "V" design, with each side meeting at a point without any interruption. The genesis of this continuous intricate pattern dates back to 1800 BC in Greece where it was prominent in many art forms. Over the centuries, this pattern surged to popularity in several cultures, including that of India. Some exemplary examples where Chevron pattern can be seen in India include the famous Udaipur Palace in Rajasthan, the regal attires of Indian tribals, and the arrows used by Archers of Gond and Baiga tribe. Keeping this in mind, adroit artisans from our country have captured an essence of this ancient art and vividly portrayed that in our collection with a hint of Indian touch.
The 'Indigo Chevrons' is a collection of tableware and kitchen accessories that include mugs, cups, katoris, dinner sets, bowls, salt and pepper shakers, plates, platters, planters, multi-utility boxes, and more. Highly skilled artisans of India have hand-painted this intricate chevron pattern to capture its traditional essence while also highlighting its wide presence in India. Handmade in ceramic with much care and precision, this range comes in contrasting indigo blue motifs on a white base and is ideal to be placed in your living room, kitchen, or bathroom. These placid designs with their artistic and utilitarian value indeed create an everlasting impression.
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The 'Indigo Chevron' from the collection 'The Indigo Chevrons', is a jug of 480 ML, handmade & handglazed in Ceramic by skilled Indian artisans, ideal for day-to-day use for serving water or milk to your loved ones. It can also be used to serve cocktail or mocktail beverages, juices or Sherbet and can alternatively be used as a decorative vase or showpiece. The jug is hand-painted with beautiful indigo blue colour on a base of white while depicting beautiful inverted Chevron pattern and comes in a glossy finish. This jug is lead free as well as microwave and dishwasher safe
- Handmade in India by artisans.
- Inspired by a seamsless zig-zag geometric pattern known as the Chevron pattern.
- The chevron is an inverted-V pattern, with each side meeting at one point without interruption.
- The jug is hand-painted with the contrasting shade of indigo blue on a white base.
- Comes with a non-airtight wooden lid in antique finish.
- Ideal for day-to-day use for serving water or milk to your loved ones.
- Can also be used to serve cocktail or mocktail beverages, juices or Sherbet.
- Can also be used as a decorative vase or showpiece.
- Comes with 1 Jug.
- The jug is microwave and dishwasher safe while its lid is not.
- The product is 100% lead free.
- The jug is handmade in Ceramic while the lid is handcrafted in Mango Wood.
- Hand-painted Depicting a Unique Inverted Chevron Pattern with Handglazing done at a firing of 1200 degree celsius.
- The jug comes in Indigo Blue & White colour while the lid comes in Light Brown.
- Comes in 4.7" (L), 3.2" (W), 6.0" (H) Inch in size.
- The volume of the jug is 480 ML.
- The weight of the jug is 485 grams.
1. Use Mild Detergent.
2. Avoid using Abrasive material for cleaning.
At first, the mold is prepared as per shape. The material used for casting is raw clay which is put into the mold. After that, the casted piece is hand-painted by the Indian artisans with a special Chevron pattern. At last, the final piece is then fired at temperatures of 1200 degree celsius.