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“All colours bleed to red and, in that sense, the colour red represents humanity and equality. In the context of India, it is the colour iconic to its indigenous crafts. When I startedstools are handcrafted stone pots reimagined as tables and the is recreated in copper with a terracotta coating, adding a touch of luxury to this essential Indian material.”

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