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Lid Container

Regular price Rs. 4,000.00
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Introducing our Sheesham Wood Jar with Lid – a fusion of rustic charm and modern functionality. This unique piece is carved from a single block of premium Sheesham wood, showcasing intricate craftsmanship and individuality in every detail. The matte finish adds a touch of sophistication to this kitchen essential. The jar features a lid made from durable cement adding an industrial edge while the loop handle crafted from genuine leather offers a stylish and practical element. 

Perfect for kitchen storage and aesthetic appeal, this Sheesham Wood Jar seamlessly marries natural beauty with practical design. Elevate your kitchen decor with this distinctive, functional piece that combines form and function effortlessly.

- Each Product comes with 1 Lid

- Handmade 

- Hand Sanded Matt Finish

- Single Block Sheesham Wood

- Made in India

- Size:

Small: 6” diameter x 4” height

Large: 6” diameter x 8” height

Shipping

Experience the Art of Timely Delivery: Domestic orders arrive within 3-5 days, like a carefully curated masterpiece arriving at your doorstep.

Material

Sheesham Wood(Indian Rosewood )

Care

  1. Avoiding Certain Conditions: Microwave, dishwasher, soaking, abrasive scrubbing, and harsh chemicals can all be detrimental to wooden tableware. Microwaving can cause the wood to dry out and crack, dishwashers can subject the wood to excessive moisture and heat, soaking can cause warping, abrasive scrubbing can damage the wood's surface, and harsh chemicals can strip away natural oils and finish.
  2. Cleaning Methods: Using softer sponge-surfaced cleaners or a soft washcloth is recommended for cleaning wooden tableware. Mild dish soap is effective without being too harsh on the wood.
  3. Drying Promptly: It's important not to let wooden tableware soak or stay wet for prolonged periods. This can lead to warping, cracking, or mold growth. Washing and drying them promptly after use is a good practice.
  4. Regular Maintenance: Wooden tableware, like any natural material, benefits from regular maintenance. Over time, wood can become dull or lose its luster due to exposure to oils, moisture, and handling. Applying food-safe oil, such as coconut oil, helps to restore the wood's appearance and protect it from further wear.
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