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Pitcher – Coral Champa

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Description

The pitcher is called “Matka” in Hindi. It is a traditional article to store water. It comes in various sizes and can be beautifully decorated with paint or even carved. Being made of clay, it is naturally porous allowing the water inside to cool and be several degrees colder than the outside. They are still a major feature of households in rural areas.

We have taken the same shape and made the Matka eternal by carving it out of a solid block of marble and inlaying it with exquisite semi-precious stones.

This specific pitcher is inlaid with rare red coral in the shape of flowers called “Champa” with arches of malachite.

So take part in our journey of discovering exotic India and bringing the traditional Matka to your home.

Product code (SKU) A11963
Size 8 inches
Weight 2705 grams
Marble Color White
Semi-precious stones inlaid 8032
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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