Tsho Rolpa sugar spoon
Every piece handcrafted on a wheel using traditional methods of pottery practiced in the Thimi area of Nepal for years. Thimi is one of the oldest and most important pottery-making villages of Nepal. Home to more than 100 potters, who have been working for centuries, keep this craft alive by passing it from one generation to another. Traditionally a caste-based occupation done by members of the Newar Kumale caste, bearing the surname Prajapati.
In harmony with nature, our exquisite tableware collection is for curious ones who like to fill their tables, homes, and lives with meaningful stories.
(All our stonewares/ earthenwares are lead free)
Stoneware, clay, and minerals
Although our wares are dishwasher safe, hand washing with warm soapy water and a nylon scrub brush is recommended to preserve the cookware's original appearance.
Prices Valid for Sale in Nepal Only
Handmade using traditional methods in Thimi, Nepal