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CYNOSURE SHOT GLASS

A must have for your bar

₹ 14,000.00

A must have for your bar

Craft Type:  Stone Carving

Amethyst, a violet variety of Quartz, was considered to be one of the most cardinal gems of the old world. Its name is derived from the ancient Greek word amethystos meaning not drunken. Interestingly, the ancient Greeks actually believed amethyst gems could prevent intoxication which is why wine goblets were specially carved from it. Later medieval European soldiers wore amethyst amulets as protection in the battlefield, due to a prevalent belief that this gem calms the nerves. Inspired by such riveting tales from the past, our artists from Jaipur create amaranthine barware that induces in us a feeling of sitting for a drink in a boisterous tavern in medieval Greece.

Made in:   Rajasthan

Material:  Amethyst

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 6.1, Breadth: 6.1, Height: 6.4

No. of pieces in a set:  2, Set of Two Shot Glass

- Many kinds of clays are available for this kind of pottery but our studio potters from Auroville and Shantiniketan use ball clay since it is found in abundance around them and can be treated very easily. This clay is carefully prepared by our potters using exact proportions.
- Kneaded to perfection, the prepared clay is then mounted on the potter's wheel.
- Where our craftsmen give it a shape using traditional hand-building techniques.
- Once the shape is ready it's fired in a bisque powered by local fuel.
- After the shape solidifies, it's glazed to give it a natural sheen.
- Once ready, the piece is left to dry under the sun for 2-3 days.
- On drying, this piece is glazed by dipping, trailing or brushing on a thin slurry composition of the glaze and water and then it's fired in a bisque.
- The colour of the glaze changes significantly before and after firing.
- Please note that the process of glazing renders porous pottery vessels impermeable to water and other liquids, thereby increasing their shelf life.


DO:
- Please be careful while using the barware to prevent scratching.
- Clean your barware immediately after you use them.
- Soak a soft sponge in tepid water, apply mild detergent and gently rub your barware clean.
- Then wipe your barware dry with a clean cloth, this helps to retain its natural finish.


DON'T:
- Use a stainless steel/metal scrubber to clean.
- Use a dishwasher to rinse or wash these products.
- Subject the barware to heat or use it in a microwave.
- Get the barware steam cleaned.
- Use strong acidic or alkaline solutions to clean the barware.
- Subject the barware to abrupt temperature changes.

Craft Type:  Stone Carving

Amethyst, a violet variety of Quartz, was considered to be one of the most cardinal gems of the old world. Its name is derived from the ancient Greek word amethystos meaning not drunken. Interestingly, the ancient Greeks actually believed amethyst gems could prevent intoxication which is why wine goblets were specially carved from it. Later medieval European soldiers wore amethyst amulets as protection in the battlefield, due to a prevalent belief that this gem calms the nerves. Inspired by such riveting tales from the past, our artists from Jaipur create amaranthine barware that induces in us a feeling of sitting for a drink in a boisterous tavern in medieval Greece.

Made in:   Rajasthan

Material:  Amethyst

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 6.1, Breadth: 6.1, Height: 6.4

No. of pieces in a set:  2, Set of Two Shot Glass

- Many kinds of clays are available for this kind of pottery but our studio potters from Auroville and Shantiniketan use ball clay since it is found in abundance around them and can be treated very easily. This clay is carefully prepared by our potters using exact proportions.
- Kneaded to perfection, the prepared clay is then mounted on the potter's wheel.
- Where our craftsmen give it a shape using traditional hand-building techniques.
- Once the shape is ready it's fired in a bisque powered by local fuel.
- After the shape solidifies, it's glazed to give it a natural sheen.
- Once ready, the piece is left to dry under the sun for 2-3 days.
- On drying, this piece is glazed by dipping, trailing or brushing on a thin slurry composition of the glaze and water and then it's fired in a bisque.
- The colour of the glaze changes significantly before and after firing.
- Please note that the process of glazing renders porous pottery vessels impermeable to water and other liquids, thereby increasing their shelf life.


DO:
- Please be careful while using the barware to prevent scratching.
- Clean your barware immediately after you use them.
- Soak a soft sponge in tepid water, apply mild detergent and gently rub your barware clean.
- Then wipe your barware dry with a clean cloth, this helps to retain its natural finish.


DON'T:
- Use a stainless steel/metal scrubber to clean.
- Use a dishwasher to rinse or wash these products.
- Subject the barware to heat or use it in a microwave.
- Get the barware steam cleaned.
- Use strong acidic or alkaline solutions to clean the barware.
- Subject the barware to abrupt temperature changes.

CYNOSURE SHOT GLASS

₹ 14,000.00

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