The Kalam Table is an example of functional art. Kalam or pen is one of the tools of the Rajasthani Miniature Artist who painted this multifunctional reinterpretation of the wooden lacquer trays used in traditional Indian kitchens.
Derived from the word ‘Chint’ meaning 'spray' or 'sprinkle', Chintz was originally a woodblock printed or stained calico produced in India. A re-interpretation of the celebrated floral printed Chintz textiles of 1600-1800, this range features intricate designs of Bel- a creeper, Boota- herb, and Vann- Forest.
This hand-turned food-safe wood tray with detachable metal legs can be used separately to present guests with dry delicacies. The table collapses for easy transport across the globe. KalamTable Range is awarded the UNESCO Seal Of Excellence.