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An assortment of four distinct patterns, bougainvillea and durba flower teacups paired with stripe and check cups. Perfect companion for friends and family coming together and sharing evening chai.
Product Description :
We put in our best efforts to achieve the details of our products as close to the mentioned specifications. However, there might be minor variations from one piece to the other, as each product is wheel-thrown and hand-painted. Sometimes, glaze crazing on the surface may occur after a period of time, as it is the natural tendency of stoneware material.
Dispatch within 15 days.
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Due to fragile nature of ceramics, as a policy, we do not offer returns or exchanges on products which are delivered in perfect condition as per the order placed.
In case there is any damage in transit, you need to notify us with an email at email@example.com within 24 hours of order delivery with proper images of damaged goods and we will replace the damaged product. Once your exchange request is confirmed you may ship the damaged product back to our postal address mentioned below.
25 Balmoral Park, 02-02 Pinewood Gardens
Singapore - 259854
Handmade is better. Who knows it better than Minimal Indian creating pure magic with its minimal, handmade and hand-painted collection of ceramics and stoneware reflecting back at a time of simplicity and authenticity. Remembering the stories of forgotten afternoons in mom’s kitchen, cherishing that last piece of cake, plants and old bottles forever occupying space on the window sill, pressed flowers tucked away inside an old book, things that make a house a home. That’s where this Indian brand draws its inspiration from - travel stories, local crafts & cultures, landscapes and simple details of Indian households.
Adrita brings along her 14 years of experience in the Indian fashion industry, from apparel design to marketing and working with the Indian handloom sector. Her simplistic design sensibilities and eternal love for ceramics and textiles pushed her to start her voyage into ceramics with Minimal Indian, founded in the year 2019. It was born out of her desire to celebrate handmade artisanal products and the art of minimalism.
The brand combines an old-world charm and the ‘less is more’ philosophy with just the right amount of slowness. It is made for those who consciously choose artisanal products and appreciate a simplistic design language. All patterns are originally hand-drawn and hand-painted on paper followed by various pattern mixing experiments and glaze combinations to compliment different shapes of the ceramics.