For those of us with a touch of bohemian persuasion, an individually styled kitchen is a prerequisite. This room is more often than not the heart of the home and easily lends itself to creating an unique quirkiness. This four-block spice pot is a genuinely vintage item that tells a story and each piece has character. A small dent here, a rusty patina or a crooked hook there all add to its tell-tale pre-loved history. The supplier of these eclectic items is based in Jodhpur and has nine employees and eighteen sub contractors. They are a hard working team with a good knowledge of vintage items. The employees receive three free meals a day and loans are available to them should they be required. During festivals workers get gifts and sweets. As well as sourcing vintage-ware, this company restores old vintage furniture and also makes some smaller items from recycled wood. They hope to be able to expand the business abroad one day, but this is a longterm dream. Originally used for spices, this pot is also great for utensils, pens, paintbrushes or even plants. Due to its vintage nature, we wouldn’t recommend using it for spices or other foodstuff.
We why love this product!
- Fairly Traded
- A spot of quirky individualism
- A sense of history
Dimensions: 22 x 22 x 22cm