Sweets, namkeens, snacks, and lots more—eateries make it to the top of everyone’s wish list Diwali. In turn, beautiful platters and saucers become quintessential to perk up the table decor in front of guests. And then, the modern Indian wants everything that’s slightly class apart and not run of the mill. That’s why, we have curated a list of three ceramics at three different price points for this Diwali. Let’s take a look:
Curators of Clay Dinner Plate | Buy Now
Curators of Clay—isn’t that a super cool brand name? At least,wWe think so! They release products in small edits and the dinner plate we like is from their September issue. It’s a slightly deep, wide plate for having hearty meals. The rims make it perfect for Indians who love eating with hands. The plate has a gorgeous green glaze and dark rims.
Price- Rs. 1,350
White Hill Studio Platter | Buy Now
This Diwali ceramic list would be incomplete without a snack plate, isn’t it? Whether you wish to serve snacks and finger food or display an assortment of scented candles, the Homecoming Deodar Platter is a sight to behold. The platter is handpainted with an image of tall Deodars reminiscent of the forest and mountains. So, this Diwali, if you can’t be in the mountains, why not bring them to you? You must go through White Hill Studio’s entire range as they have an extensive range of options for you!
Price- Rs. 1,450
Mudslingers Ramen Bowl | Buy Now
Calling friends over for dinner and making ramen or pasta? If yes, then we have the perfect thing for you. Megha Rawat at Mudslingers is a young potter who makes these uber cool pieces. While she has some amazing mugs, plates, and trays to offer, this ramen bowl clearly stood out among the rest. It’s so cute and peaceful looking with those heartwarming eyes.
Price- Rs. 1,600
All of these wares are pretty affordable and value for money keeping in mind that they are all skilfully made by hand. Let us know which of these you like in the comments. Till then, shop sustainable, stay home, and be safe.