Vintage Grinder Tables in Singapore
Chakki tables are handcrafted in India’s fashion houses, where the tradition began. Initially, the tables were used to harvest grain. The story behind these grinding tables is of self-sufficiency, which was encouraged by Bapuji (Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi Ji) under British rule. The grinding tables were used to mill grains and refine them into edible flour without the use of British machines. As a result, you will see how important and culturally meaningful these have been! Surprisingly, they have not diminished their glory in the new world. The only variation we see is its application; otherwise, its significance, pleasing styles, and charming carnations remain the same!
Chakki tables have been well-known for their refined design. The craftsmen have beautiful carvings, making them the focal point of the gallery. Chisel & Log’s vintage grinder tables in Singapore, are handcrafted from real mango wood. These are one-of-a-kind since this lovely kind of wood is not often found in the West. That’s a shame because mango wood is both strong and eco-friendly. Timber is commonly used only when the tree has become obsolete and no longer bears fruit.
Traditional and cultured Indian tables in a variety of sizes, colours, textures, tones, and incarnations are widespread at Chisel and Log. They are imperfectly perfect, one-of-a-kind pieces that may have cracks and blemishes, but they bring charm and beauty to these pieces. We, at Chisel & Logs, do not use machines and instead relies on the skills of local Indian artisans to produce all of our items, so do not demand a perfect piece; instead, expect elegant vintage carnations.