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Indian coffee tables are rustic works of art often made from utility pieces. Hand-made in India these decorative tables are the perfect centrepiece for your living room. Our collection includes antique Indian daybeds known as 'Takhats' (often misspelled 'Thakats,'), rustic grain mills called 'Chakki's' and glass topped tables made from intricately carved old Indian doors & jali windows.

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What an authentic way to bring global culture home by utilizing this famous Chakki table in your living space. Inspired by traditional tables which were used to grind wheat, this low accent table is a perfect mixture of beauty and functionality. Crafted using only solid wood, it is hand-carved to provide great ever-lasting beauty to your home.

It looks just perfect here, don't you think? Styled with our chunky carved candle sticks. Our Indian Chakki table is an interior designer's must have this season. It can be very hard to find any originals like these.

These Chakki Grinding tables were a stable fixture in all homes in traditional Indian village life. Originally it would have been accompanied with 2 heavy grinding stones, one placed on top of the other. The top one having a basic handle to rotate round grinding the wheat into flour or Indian spices into powder. The table has a small door on the side to open, where the ground flour or spices would collect ready for cooking.

As all our reclaimed, restored, re-loved treasures, this great Chakki table is a truly unique piece of furniture & shows a level of natural ageing indicative of the life it once lived. This may include some dumps & scratches, all adding to the character & charm of the Chakki coffee table.

The measurements of our Indian Chakki tables will vary as we have collected in many styles and different sizes. This one in the picture measures; 73 x 73 cm x height of 26 cm. We send you our available stock for you to choose and then we shall paint white as the first image.

This is an original vintage grinder or chakki. Lovely carved details and fabulous cobalt blue colour. This piece would make a wonderful low coffee table, or side table, or we could make a round seat squab to fit it, and turn it into low extra seating.

An absolutely stunning solid wood, carved grinder table. Though these tables are usually Indian, this one originates in Africa, likely made by Indian artisans in the traditional way. This table is not a reproduction, it is an antique, working original. We guarantee that.

Condition: Where there are specific points to note we will detail these as far as possible but please be aware that all our items have wear commensurate with age and are as seen in the photographs. If you require any specific information please do not hesitate to get in contact. As seen in the images, but not limited to: some losses and substantial wear as seen commensurate with age and use as a working tool. This is an absolutely authentic piece and so is far from perfect but is solid and stable. The final photo shows the patina in natural light.

Mini Chakki Table. Small and low, these carved Indian tables, known as a chakki, were originally used for grinding wheat. Hand carved from warm toned wood, each one is unique. Would be perfect in any room as a low side table and looks great with vases and candles, or use to ad height to a table or sideboard display.

Hand-carved Indian teak grinder or chakki table with integral legs. The table is sturdy with reinforcing iron straps to the top of the legs and a naive carved pattern around the edge. It could make an impressive fruit bowl, or could perhaps become a low-level coffee table. It appears to be in sound condition. Dimensions below are inclusive of the lugs or fixing pegs.

The data pertaining to free fatty acids (%) is presented in Table 3. The free fatty acids (%) of bran enriched Chapattis ranged from 0.057 to 0.085. The highest free fatty acids were recorded in rice bran enriched Chapattis (0.085%), being the lowest in wheat bran enriched Chapattis (0.057). It is also evident from the table that, with increase in level of bran supplementation, free fatty acids increased significantly. The free fatty acids (%) at 5 and 10 percent level of supplementation were 0.067 and 0.079 percent, respectively. Khan et al. [14] reported similar results regarding free fatty acids while studying development and evaluation of long shelf life ambient stable Chapattis. 041b061a72


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