Indian Hand carved grinder table repurposed as an ottoman /Low table with a Sari fabric Cushion filled with cotton & fiber.
Once a staple in most Punjab homes the chakki was used to grind grains into flower used to make Indian flat bread such as chappatis, naans, rotis, and parohtas. The term Chakki is for the set of small millstones that were usually held in round wooden bases. Wooden bases that we have repurposed into tables and ottomans but still refer to as chakkis.
Given that these wooden bases are vintage carvings and sizes will vary. Most chakki's will be from 28" to 32" round and 14" to 18" to the top of the pillow.
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