Thaali Platter-Bindu

By Ikkis

As low as ₹5,980.00
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Set in pure brass, the Thaali Platter takes it's cues from tantric art, a craft traced back to the 17th century originating in Rajasthan. Array of colors have been employed for enameling, portraying the key symbols of tantric metaphysics and cosmogony.

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Product Specifications


Height 1.49 cm (0.59")

Dia 19.98 cm (7.87")
Product material

Brass, Enamel

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Care & Instructions:

  • Wash in warm soapy water and wipe with a soft dry cloth.
  • Protect from extreme temperatures and direct sunlight.
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The Maker


Contemporary in form, yet inherently Indian at its core—Ikkis, a home decor brand founded by Gunjan Gupta, effortlessly melds the traditional with the modern. An artistic vision incorporating indigenous materials, skills, and narratives into sculptural objects that are symbolic of contemporary India and fall under the collectible design category, Ikkis is a brand that is focused towards re-interpreting mainstream objects that are universal for utility, function and everyday living.
The 21 objects form a part of her maiden collection signifying the name 'IKKIS' (meaning twenty-one). The IKKIS collection consists of kitchenware close to Indian tradition and most of these quotidian utensils are even used till date in daily Indian life.

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