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Kashikari Collection Set of 7 pieces

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With distinctive floral and geometric patterns, the Kashikari Keynotes collection is a celebration of an ancient artform which dates to the Mesopotamian period. The name Kashikari stems from the word 'Kashi' which means ceramic and 'Kari'; which means work. This hand painted and glazed pottery style is inspired by the richly detailed Islamic architecture and the essence of this beautiful selection of ceramics lie in rhythm and balance – if you look closely, you will see that each motif is gracefully executed and together the patterns flow in harmony. Add some authentic dinnerware to your table with our Kashikari Keystones collection, pick your favorites below!

Packets Contents - Total pieces - 7 pieces
  • Floral Kashi Salt and Peppar set, L 3.8 x H 7.6 x B 3.8 cm
  • Floral Kashi Bowl, Big (10 x 20 cm) Small (7.6 x 15 cm) 
  • Floral Kashi Abstract Bowl, (20.3 x 12.7 x 5.1 cm) 
  • Floral Kashi Plates, (17.7 x 5 cm) 
  • Floral Kashi Cutlery Holder, (3.2 x 7.6 x 3.2 cm) 
  • Floral Kashi Utensil Holder, (7.6 x 10 x 10 cm)




What material is used to make this Kashikari collection set?

It is made from ceramic and decorated with natural paints.

How is this sustainable ceramic product designed?

This authentic set from our Kashikari collection is designed with distinctive floral and geometric patterns that add character to your dining table or kitchen counter.

How can we take care of these bowls at home?

They are microwave and dishwasher safe.

What is the use of these ceramic bowls, plates, cutlery and utensil holder etc?

With these items, you can serve food to your guests or they can serve themselvevs while the food is displayed on your dining table.

What materials are the Kashikari Collection's bowls, plates, cutlery and utensil holder made of?

These yellow bowls, plates, cutlery and utensil holder are made of ceramic and handpainted with classic Kashikari art consisting of pretty floral and geometric patterns.