Green Heirloom

clay curry pot


Sustainable and eco-friendly cookware from artisans and creators across the India.

Making a purchase on Green Heirloom not only assures you quality and a treasured asset that can be bequeathed to generations, it also helps you to do your bit in sustaining many communities who rely on this traditional occupation. We reach out to these artisans, involve and engage with them at each step of the way, to bring you a product suited to your precise specifications while also ensuring that the artisans are rewarded adequately for their efforts.

Size- 2 Liters

Slight variations in colours and textures are inevitable and must not be perceived as a flaw.

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In the olden times, people in rural India  used to cook in clay pots or  handi, which was healthy and flavoursome. Earthenware had always been an intrinsic part of Indian households and Ayurveda suggests cooking in clay pot. Our blackened clay pots are ideal for cooking because they are made by traditional artisans  and baked in wood fired kilns at very high temperature and can be used over gas as well wood fire. Holds 2 litres.

Additional information

Weight 1.5 kg
Dimensions 25 × 25 cm

Cast Iron




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Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Green Heirloom
  • Vendor: Kaviya Cherian
  • Address: 16 Sreekandath Road
    Ravipuram 682016
    Kerala, India
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Green Heirloom
The Together Project
Jane Goodall Institute Australia
The Simbi Foundation
Eden Refirestation Projects
Plastic Bank

true cost

$20.00 + $1.50 Tree Donation

Your Impact

The Solution 

Founder of Green Heirloom Kaviya, is on a mission to spread the joy of cooking with  traditional cookware while ensuring that the artisans who make them  get their fair share. Her quest to unravel the nuances of cooking with organic products opened up an eclectic and delightful world of  traditional Cast Iron, Terracotta, Stone and Copper cooking utensils.  It also shed light on the plight of the traditional Indian artisans who are not celebrated like in other countries.