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Classic Shallow Bowl

By Objectry


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With its distinctive form, the Classic Shallow Bowl from Objectry offers a fresh, contemporary look for the table. Meant to be used as a rice or stew bowl, each piece is handcrafted from a mix of weathered stone and serpentine clay by local artists from Longpi village in Manipur using special tools and pinching techniques. The clay is sourced locally which upon firing, naturally turns charcoal black and has a distinct metallic lustre, for an organic, textural look.

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Product Specifications


Length 6.18"
Width 6.18"
Height 2.16"

Product material

Black Pottery

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Care and Instructions:

  • To maintain the integrity of the wood, lightly rub the surface with mineral, olive, sunflower, or coconut oil.
  • Do not use abrasives.
  • Dry immediately after wash.
  • Minor imperfections may be seen, as no two products are alike.

Delivery Information

Shipping Time

  • The product will be dispatched within 5 to 7 working days.
  • Made to order items cannot be returned or exchanged
  • Returns accepted within 7 days of delivery in case of damaged goods

Shipping Policy

  • Shipping within India is without any extra charges
  • International Orders:
  • Shipping costs may vary depending on volume of item purchased, as well as method and location of delivery
  • To obtain a shipping quote, click on Request More Information and provide us your details. Within 48 hours, you will receive a shipping quote via email for your approval.
  • International Orders are shipped on a DDU (Delivery Duty Unpaid) basis
  • Customs duties may apply to international purchases

The Maker


Established in 2015 with a passion to experiment with form and material, Objectry creates products with the intention of making basics interesting. The design duo of Sugandh and Aanchal currently focuses on wood to shape their designs, backed by a team of competent artisans and traditional craftsmen. Drawing inspiration from modern art, architecture and more, they plan to explore other mediums in the future such as furniture and lighting.

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