Blue Pottery Wine Cork: Kripal Singh Shekhawat (1922-2008) was the first renowned craftsman and ceramist of India who was famous for his skills in Blue Pottery. Colour in pottery comes from the ample use of cobalt blue dye to give the articles an incredible shade. Blue pottery is resistant, germ-free, and appropriate for daily use purposes.
This product will be displayed at the Nehru Centre, London from 20-24 March 2023.
- Colour: sapphire blue, white and Munsell yellow
- Weight : 50gm
- Material : Blue pottery mud
- Care : Wipe with a dry cloth
- Art: Blue pottery
- Theme: Geometrical patterns
- Handwork : Handmade
- Communities Supported : Tribal artisans
- Handmade Nature : There might be slight variations in product colour and art, when seen in real, due to the handmade nature of the product.
- Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of onward-winning days. This product is made on order.
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