All Things Blue and Pretty

Getting the blues has a whole new meaning at Contemporary Arts and Crafts ( Browse through their collection of everything in shades of blue, from dinnerware to tumblers to trays to stoles to cushion covers, and splurge

Published: 17th August 2015 03:42 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th August 2015 03:42 AM   |  A+A-


The Kagome dinner plates are inspired by the lattice design from a Japanese weaving technique that is  represented by the pattern on the plates. With its square shape and stunning blue and white, handpainted design,these plates are an ideal choice for dinner parties and special occasions. Price: Rs 1,000


pretty.jpgHand-painted in a striking blue and white pattern, these bowls are stylish yet functional and can be used for your daily meal or for everything from soups to nuts. Price: Rs 250


POM.jpgThis hand-painted Pomegranate tumbler is available in a vibrant pink and a deep sky blue. A typical motif used in Central Asian and Indian designs, the pomegranate has inspired the art and architecture of the region for centuries. Price: Rs 450


The Lotus jug is a practical pitcher for everyday use. The jug is large enough for four glasses of water, sherbet or emonade and is great as a large pitcher of drinks when  you have guests orchildren in the house.  Price: Rs 850


SAKURA.jpgThe Sakura serving set consists of two serving bowls anda large serving platter. The  bright platter is great for serving rice, pulau or a roast while the two bowls are wonderful for accompaniments like vegetables or soups. Price : Rs 2,250


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