More than 60 years ago, these humble wooden pots were kept in northern Indian kitchens, filled with freshly picked grain or seasoned chakki atta flour. Now, they have been reimagined to infuse your home with rustic charm and the stories of eras passed. They were hand forged from teak and have a single length of rope knotted around the top. The decades-old timber has since been reinvigorated with a gentle wash of white. We think these vessels look beautiful when filled with sprays of fresh foliage or long stems of dried cotton. Or simply place near your front door, or atop a large console table.