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Hand-crafted Artisanal Khullars

Enjoy your favorite herbal infusions in a hand-crafted artisanal khullar

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Hand-crafted Artisanal Khullars

Crafting Artisanal Khullars: A Journey Through Time and Tradition

Ancient Craftsmanship:

Earthenware art, a time-honored creation, involves shaping clay into vessels, which are then dried and fired to solidity. This ancient art dates back to human origins.

Varied Techniques:

Pottery encompasses diverse forms: earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain. Each type embodies distinct characteristics and utility.

Indian Legacy:

India’s terracotta creation heritage traces back to the Indus Valley Civilization. Echoes of this tradition lingered through the Mughal and Vedic eras, evidenced by discovered fragments and artifacts.

Vedic Elegance:

Vedic terracotta art showcases elegance in simplicity. Unpainted, handmade pots, prevalent during the Vedic period, served as water reservoirs during the scorching summers.

Functional Artistry:

Beyond water storage, pottery thrived as a craft of utility. Craftsmen shaped it into kitchen essentials—plates, cups, glasses—and even cooking vessels.

Artistry in Clay:

The craft resonates with cultural significance and timeless artistry. From the wheel to the kiln, the process is a testament to human ingenuity, echoing through centuries.

Khullars: Craftsmanship Reimagined:

Our hand-crafted and artisanal clay cups are rooted in tradition, they symbolize the fusion of heritage and modern aesthetics. Experience the touch of history in each sip.

A Tribute to Heritage:

Khullars capture the essence of ancient pottery, bringing history to your hands. Each sip from these cups carries the legacy of millennia-old craftsmanship.

Pottery remains a vivid thread weaving through the fabric of civilizations. From the mystical past to contemporary times, it connects cultures and generations, transcending mere utility to embody artistry and heritage.

Enjoy your favorite, delicious herbal infusions in these  hand-crafted artisanal  khullars, embellished with 24 carat gold motifs inspired by nature, specially made for SOS organics by the fabulous induspeople.in!

Available in four colors: mint, ivory, old rose, beige.

Diameter: 3 inch    Height: 3 inch

Material: Stoneware

(Wash and Care: Not safe for Microwave and Dishwasher. Hand wash with mild detergents. Do not use abrasive or harsh cleaning agents.)

All products are hand-crafted in India.

Manufactured by Indus People.

(Please note: Expect slight variations in colors and textures, as all products are Hand-crafted and cannot be standardized. Colors used are food safe.)

Pottery is one of the oldest human inventions and is the process from which  objects made of clay have been fashioned into vessels and other objects that are then dried, and either fired or baked to a hard and durable form. there are different types of pottery including earthenware, stoneware and porcelain. Pottery in India goes way back to the Indus Valley Civilization. Pottery shards have been found during the Mughal Period as well as the Vedic Period. Vedic pottery is the example of the handmade and unpainted form of pottery. These pots were used to store water during summer. Pottery  was also used to manufacture kitchen utensils like plates, glasses, cups, and even cooking utensils