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Midnight roses statement pitcher

10,920$

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Description

This huge black marble pitcher is made of a single block of blackmarble. We get these marble pitchers made from our exclusive supplier in Makrana. This pitcher is inspired from the clay pitchers used in rural India to cool and store water. It is a symbol of our villages and until a few decades ago, was a vital piece of pottery owned by every household. This pitcher is therefore an amalgamation of Indian, Mughal and Italian art. It is covered with gorgeous rose flowers in various hues enclosed between the arches of the Taj Mahal. Red and white coral, which are now extremely hard to come by, have been used generously in this unique and one of a kind piece.

Product code (SKU) A3561
Size 24 inches
Weight 27540 grams
Marble Color Black
Semi-precious stones inlaid 24294
Microwave-safe No
Dishwasher-safe No
Made in India ✔︎
Care Instructions: Wipe clean with a soft, white, damp cloth. Avoid abrasives and wipe dry immediately to avoid water marks.
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100% hand-crafted
Completely customisable

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