CHROMA TAMBYA + PHULPATRA
A contemporary version of traditional phulpatras that keep the water cool and fresh while looking like an art piece! This handmade ceramic phulpatra with its classic finesse will be perfect for your workstation or dining table. It is a functional piece that also makes your home look lovely. Use it for tracking your water intake and stay hydrated.
This product is handcrafted in India with love. We take pride in the slight variations in colours and textures of these handmade products and hope that you will not perceive them as a flaw but as a unique mark of its artisan. We hope it brings you as much joy as it has brought us.
Dimensions: Ht: 4.5inch/11.43cm
Dia: 5inch / 12.7cm 600ml.
CERAMIC (GLAZED STONEWARE,1200°C).
CARE: To maintain the condition and quality of this piece as well as longevity, hand-washing with a non-abrasive cloth or soft sponge in warm soapy water is recommended.
Intended to be used for water only.
- Do not use abrasive material and avoid handling with slippery hands.
This piece will take 5 days to be shipped out. Due to the fragile nature of ceramics, we do not offer returns or exchanges on this product as a policy. If an incorrect product is delivered, we will evaluate and replace the piece for you. In such an unlikely event, get in touch with us within 24 hours at firstname.lastname@example.org or +91 8411832121 (Monday to Saturday 10 am to 6 pm IST or +5:30GMT).
Established by artist and studio potter Parth Palsay, his Centre for Contemporary Ceramics is a space dedicated to study, learn and master the art and craft of expressing through the medium of fired clay and glazed ceramic surfaces. Playful exploration and conscious practice are at the core of this process of creation. Parth’s artwork is a reflection of the city in a state of flux. Abstract landscapes, elements of architecture and moody colour palettes depict the needs and desires of the urban individual.
The work of producing a series of collections of handmade ceramic water containers is rooted in the urgency to create sustainable alternatives for the home.
While his recent work creates an intimate interaction with the art object, Parth Palsay envisions developing multi-sensorial, immersive earth environments through sculptural murals and installation art.