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NOVEMBER SALE

November Sale

Jamakhan Square Handwoven Cushion 

$65

Inspired by ‘Jamakkalams’, the colourful floor coverings from the southern Indian town of Bhavani, our JAMAKHAN SQUARE handwoven cushion is our contemporary take on the original and comes in terracotta with a slender grey square. Woven from high-grade Erode cotton yarn then carefully hand-dyed the old fashioned-way, our JAMAKHAN SQUARE cotton handwoven cushion is long-lasting and fade-proof. Dry clean. 

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45cm.x.45cm, 30cm.x.50cm
November Sale

Jamakhan Line Handwoven Cushion 

$65

Inspired by ‘Jamakkalams’, the colourful graphic floor coverings from the southern Indian town of Bhavani, our JAMAKHAN LINE handwoven cotton cushion is our contemporary take on the original and comes in navy and grey with a terracotta line. Woven from high-grade Erode cotton yarn then carefully hand-dyed the old-fashioned way, our handwoven cushion is long-lasting and fadeproof. Dry clean. 

variations

30cm.x.50cm, 45cm.x.45cm
November Sale

Jamakhan Stripe Handwoven Cushion 

$65

Inspired by ‘Jamakkalams’, the colourful floor coverings from the southern Indian town of Bhavani, our JAMAKHAN STRIPE graphic handwoven cotton cushion is our contemporary take on the original and features a geometric pattern in grey, yellow and ivory or pink, yellow and ivory. Woven from high-grade Erode cotton yarn then carefully hand-dyed the old-fashioned way, our handwoven cushion is long-lasting and fadeproof. Dry clean. 

variations

30cm.x.50cm, 45cm.x.45cm
November Sale

Jamakhan Cross Handwoven Cushion 

$65

Inspired by ‘Jamakkalams’, the colourful floor coverings from the southern Indian town of Bhavani, our JAMAKHAN CROSS handwoven cotton cushion is our contemporary take on the original and features a simple four-square pattern in navy and ivory. Woven from high-grade Erode cotton yarn then carefully hand-dyed the old-fashioned way, our handwoven cushion is long-lasting and fadeproof. Dry clean. 

variations

30cm.x.50cm, 45cm.x.45cm
November Sale

Kantha Stitch 2 Quilted Cushion 

$59

Inspired by the Bengali embroidery tradition of Kantha, the KANTHA STITCH 2 rectangular quilted cushion with embroidered graphic comes in powder blue or teal with navy blue and pink or light green and pink stitches. Made from 100% cotton sateen fadeproof fabric, this rectangular quilted cushion cover is machine-washable and comes with a duck feather pad for the filling. KANTHA STITCH 2 was designed for us by Copenhagen-based design studio PosePose and manufactured by Tiipoi in Bangalore.

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November Sale

Modern Kantha quilted blanket navy 

$118

Inspired by the Bengali embroidery tradition of Kantha, MODERN KANTHA is our quilted blanket in navy with an embroidered graphic in pink and green that creates a tactile and interesting surface. Made from 100% cotton sateen fadeproof fabric, we’ve filled our quilted blanket with Poly-Fil to make it fully machine washable. Available in single and double. Designed exclusively for us by Copenhagen-based design studio PosePose and manufactured by Tiipoi in Bangalore. 

variations

single, double
November Sale

Sama Set Set of 3 trays 

$157$129

SAMA, which means ‘circle’ in Sanskrit is our range of everyday round brass or copper serving trays. Each serving tray is pressed from a 1mm sheet of brass or copper and then lacquered so they won’t change appearance over time. SAMA round brass or copper aluminium serving trays come in three sizes and sit within each other for easy storage.  

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November Sale

Dakshin Scented Soy Candle 

$52

DAKSHIN translates from Kannada as ‘south’. So we created a long-lasting scented soy candle that represents the landscape, culture and food of India, and its metaphorical south, with a musky, deep scent and notes of patchouli, oakmoss and tar. The DAKSHIN scented soy candle is set in a black anodised spun metal container with a grey soapstone stone lid.

November Sale

Kosa Pink glass jar 

$52$26

Our KOSA storage jar in pink glass, is inspired by the tapering shape of Indian ‘lotas’ which are used to hold water for drinking, washing or religious rituals. Made from soda-lime glass each pink glass jar is mouth blown into a mould, so there is a slight variation in thickness between jars. The lids are made from cork and sheesham, an indigenous and sustainably sourced hardwood. KOSA storage jars in pink glass are available in two sizes. 

variations

0.5l, 2l
November Sale

Kosa glass jar 

$52$26

Our KOSA storage jar in clear glass, is inspired by the tapering shape of Indian ‘lotas’ which are used to hold water for drinking, washing or religious rituals. Made from borosilicate glass, the storage jars are produced in Firozabad in Uttar Pradesh, a town famous for its glass factories. The lids are made from cork and Sheesham, an indigenous and sustainably sourced hardwood. KOSA storage jars in clear glass are available in two sizes. 

variations

2l, 0.5l
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Loha Copper Bowl and Lid 

$90

LOHA, which in Sanskrit broadly translates as ‘of iron’, is our bowl and lid set spun from copper sheets. Inspired by the typical Indian stainless steel bowls with lids that double up as plates. Use only as a serving or baking bowl, as acidic foods or curries will curdle if left in the bowl too long.  

November Sale

Ayasa Pourer powder coated 

$26

The AYASA POURER is a colour aluminium drip-free milk pourer inspired by the extended 90-degree rim or lip found on Indian stainless steel kitchenware. This milk pourer is made from hand-spun food-safe aluminium and then powder coated. Use as a drip-free milk pourer, or for salad dressings, oils or for topping up water vases. 

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We are a product design studio based between Bangalore and London.

India fascinates and inspires us. We think that there is more to Indian design than just sticking an elephant on it, and that Indian craft has more to offer than simply repeating the past.

India can seem a pretty chaotic place. But sitting there, quietly are some really incredible, super functional designs. The “designers” of these objects if they can be found at all, aren’t celebrated in the same way as they are in other countries. Instead design is seen as a bi-product of living. This unassuming approach, with an emphasis on a quiet functionality, is what inspires and drives our creative process.

At Tiipoi, we tell positive and insightful stories of a real India, that is changing and shifting all the time. We don’t want to tell nostalgic stories of its past. We prefer to look at what is happening right now, and highlight India’s role in contemporary design.