A staple item in northern Indian households, parat bowls and plates like this were used to mix and knead dough to make chapati and roti breads. Indian women would gather with their parats and push the dough into the edges of the plate and leave it to rise atop the timber base. Each is entirely unique and tells the tales of unique families and the meals prepared and shared together. Use this beautiful piece in your home to curate a decorative display of clusters of candles, as a fruit bowl in your kitchen or as a catch all for your essential items.
Dimensions (cm): 12 H x 57 L x 45 W x
Materials: Reclaimed Wood
Finish: Bleach Finish
Original Purpose: Old Bowls For Storage
Origin: Rajasthan, India
Care Instructions: Wipe with a clean dry cloth
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