A thali is a large plate used for serving an entire meal at one go. This is a minimal re-interpretation of the classic in beautiful, deep-green high quality marble. Generous in proportion yet delicate and elegant, thanks to the slightly concave surface and the tapering edges, it makes for an extremely versatile and stylish piece for the home: as a platter, a fruit bowl or simply an objet d’art. Crafted by hand and made entirely of marble, each piece is completely unique.
Diameter 20cm, Height 1.5cm
Each piece is made by hand, so no two pieces are identical
Hand wash only, using a gentle detergent, dry with a soft cloth
Marble is a porous natural material and may stain with coloured foods
Please note that each piece will have different veining and patterning, owing to the nature of the material. These are not faults and we cannot accept returns or refunds if you are unhappy with the colouring of your piece.
Radium Quilted Cushion
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This beautiful, minimal cushion features a kaleidoscopic scattering of abstract geometric confetti whose outlines are quilted onto the cushion. Vivid and tactile, the pattern is inspired by the fluorescent vinyl offcuts found adorning truck building workshops in Punjab, India. The black and white palette combined with the beautiful detailing on both sides of the cushion make it a statement piece that combines beautifully with a variety of colours: use it on a couch, a chair or on the bed for a minimal, striking finish. We particularly love it in combination with the Radium Forest Cushion. Hand screen-printed onto 100% cotton and machine quilted on both front and back by skilled craftsmen in India.
43 x 33cm
Hand screen-printed onto Linen Union
Hand wash gently with mild detergent or dry clean
Iron on reverse only
Feather cushion pad included
Textiles really run in my family; my great grandfather started a fashion textile business in Punjab over a 100 years ago, so from age five that’s all I wanted to be involved in. Along the line the fashion influence translated into interior textiles and homewares.READ THE STORY
For the next year she developed a small range of screen printed and embroidered cushions that she showed at design markets every other weekend in different parts of London. It was only in the winter of 2012 that she rented a permanent studio space in West Norwood where she still works.
Thanks so much for chatting with us Kangan - we wish you much success ahead!