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Aakriti Art Creations Ceramic Handcrafted Serving Bowl (Set of 2).
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Suman Sonthalia is intensely involved with design as an art form. The designer draws on history, fantasy and folklore to create masterpieces that are desired by discerning aficionados around the globe. She has a deep understanding of her customers and it reflects in her collections that are intelligent, studied, imaginative, completely innovative yet always relevant and awe-inspiring. She is recognized for her attention to details and prefers to use environment friendly material like paints created from Vegetable Dyes, Handmade Paper, Re-purposed Wood, Jute, Terracotta Clay, Ceramic Clay as well as Handcrafted Brass Accessories in her collection. The product range comprises of Dhokra-Warli Painting, Kitchen Utility Items, Lights and Hanging Lamps and an entire range of Home and Ethnic Art Furniture, Wall Decor and Clocks, Wind Chimes, Jewellery and other Gift Items.
Suman Sonthalia has been honoured with awards and accolades for her work. She was awarded President’s National Award for Master Craftsperson in 2011, State Award in 2010 and State Merit Award in 2009. Suman makes it a point to use her knowledge and experience in fulfilling her social responsibility as well. She has trained more than 3000 under privileged women in this art form and helped them get a respectable livelihood.
Suman Sonthalia is the owner of Aakriti Art Creations, a vibrant company that manufactures elaborate handmade furniture and upholstery. Suman Sontalia is deeply involved in designing as an art form. Suman's aesthetic is so finely honed that he perfected her handmade work. Known for her attention to detail, she prefers to use environmentally friendly materials such as vegetable dye paints, handmade paper, recycled wood, jute, terracotta clay, ceramic clay, and handmade brass accessories. Her range of products includes Dokrawarri paintings, kitchen utensils, lighting, and hanging lamps, as well as household and folk art furniture, wall decorations and clocks, wind chimes, jewelry, and other gift items.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Glass and ceramic bowls are usually safe in the microwave, but there are exceptions such as crystals and handmade pottery.
That's right. The handmade bowl is made of clay and will not harm the environment if it is finally broken down into particles. It will take some time for the ceramic to reach this point, but in the process it does not release toxic gas into the atmosphere. They are absolutely eco-friendly.
There are basically five types of bowls offered by itokri - ceramic serving bowls, crater snacking bowls, veg serving bowls, starry night serving bowls and Teal blue sweet bowls.
Ceramics are usually made by taking a mixture of clay, earthenware, flour and water and shaping them into desired shapes. Once the ceramic has been shaped, it is fired in a high-temperature furnace called a kiln. Often ceramics are coated with a decorative, water-resistant paint called glaze.
Handmade bowls reflect the strength of love, endurance, and the ability to enlighten and warm us. And it was beautiful and was born in the mind of the craftsman who made it by hand and shaped it into the outer reality. So what's a better gift than this?