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Playing rannabati has been a large part of our childhood. And most of the time our ingredients would have been water, leaves, pebbles, bits of paper or some stolen dough from the kitchen. To rejuvenate our childhood memories, Sienna has launched a miniature ceramic utensils set. Each item on this limited edition rannabati set has been handcrafted at Sienna’s workshop in Santiniketan as a part of DAG Museums’ annual art and heritage festival ‘The City as a Museum’ festival. The set consists of a mini wok, frying pan, two spatulas and two glasses. These are made on the potter’s wheel and not with mould. It is a perfect gift to someone who loves cooking or to self as your childhood memento. One can get them through DAG Museums or from Sienna Store in Hindustan Park.
— Jaismita Alexander
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