Typically, hand-stitched Natural leaf tableware like plates and bowls are common in south Asian culture for centuries. So-called Leaf Tableware is also known as Paravail or Pattal or Vistaraku or Vistar or Khali. It’s traditionally an Indian eating plate or trencher made with broad dried leaves
It has an Eco-friendly manufacturing process and does NOT involve chopping up trees. It is made in a circular shape, by stitching 6 to 8 sal leaves with tiny wooden sticks. It is popular during traditional meals, festivals and in temples. It is a cottage industry in India where women work on weaving them at home in their spare time. No chemicals, glues or colours involve during the manufacturing process and it’s free of artificial wax coating on the surface.
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