In most street corners in India, you will find a chaiwalla, standing over a pot of steaming tea, or 'chai'.
The chaiwalla brings people together for a moment in time, and is a welcome pause in the chaos of the city.
It is almost a ritual, right from the way the tea tastes from each vendor, to the way in which it it is poured and served.
This ritual of tea drinking gave rise to the "Mister Chai" table, taking the form of its bases from the miniature scalloped glass chai cups used to serve hot tea.
The use of a brass frame structure captures the delicate nature of these glass cups, and each brass scallop of the frame is individually cut, bent and welded together to create the circular form.
The table top is hand crafted from indigenous marble, which delicately tapers outwards to create a soft form.
Each marble top is protected and finished with a sealer.
This table works for residential and commercial spaces, making a perfect statement side table.
Mister Chai Luxe
In most street corners in India, you'll find a chaiwalla, standing over a pot of steaming tea, or "chai"