Two carved marble bowls tinged green and white, filled with caviar, indulgence at its best.
Craft Type: Marble work
Makrana marble, a type of white marble is mined in the town of Makrana in Rajasthan. It is used in the construction of several iconic monuments such as the Taj Mahal in Agra and Victoria Memorial in Kolkata. Makrana Marble is listed as a Global Heritage Stone Resource by International Union of Geological Sciences.
Made in: Rajasthan
Dimensions (cm): Length: 7.5, Height: 12.9, Breadth: 7.5
No. of pieces in a set: 2, Set Of Two Tumblers
Products like this one are made by carving wood by hand with the help of tools such as knives, chisels and mallets. In some cases, it also involves woodturning, a process that — much like a potter’s wheel — involves having a piece of wood spin on an axis as it is cut and moulded into the required shape. The wood products used as serveware and dinnerware are treated with food-safe oil, in this case tung oil, making it 100% safe to use for all food items. It’s also worth noting that wood is a hard material, which does not chip or break easily, and therefore products made with natural wood are long-lasting.
- Wash by hand only, using a mild dishwashing soap. Dry completely with a soft towel and let it air, preferably overnight, before storing it. To avoid the swelling and cracking of wood, do not soak in water.