Khavda pottery terracotta hand-painted square coasters. Specially designed to give maximum area coverage for your glasses, cups, etc. These coasters are made of terracotta which can take hot and cold temperatures equally well while protecting your table and table cloth from any harm.
Wipe gently with a wet cloth when needed and leave to dry at room temperature.
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Khavda is a small village at the rim of the Rann of Kutch. It has skilled craftsmen like Abdul bhai, whose forefathers migrated here from Sindh a few hundred years ago. In khavda pottery the potter gets mud from a specific acre (a lake) area near their village. It is called “Rann ki Mitti”. This soft clay is shaped into a pot on a potter’s wheel and left to dry in the shade, then Kumbhar women use red, black, and white clay-based paints to decorate each piece of pottery with distinct community-specific designs.