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Brass Cochin Kansa Thali

By Ritu Kumar


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The Cochin collection designed by Ritu Kumar x Ashiesh Shah is enveloped in tones of green and gold inspired by Kochi, and celebrates the Japanese philosophy of ‘wabi-sabi’ through an organic, natural and perfectly imperfect connotation.

Perfect for ethnic dining escapades, this dinner plate is made from antique finish brass, and adds a touch of rustic chic to your table tops.

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Product Specifications


Height 1.01 cm (0.4")

Dia 17.78 cm (7")
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The Maker

Ritu Kumar

In a career spanning more that 50 years, prolific designer Ritu Kumar has reinvented herself and Indian textiles more times that we can count. The designer’s deep understanding of ancient design and innovative use of traditional crafts has created a new age of classicism in the modern era. Foraying from fashion to home décor is just another milestone for the path-breaking designer. Featuring tableware, bed linen, décor and soft furnishings, her home collection is an ode to the exploration of Indian textiles, traditions, and crafts in a contemporary vocabulary.

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