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Agro Composites

Lawyer - Black

₹ 1,299
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Pak of: 2
  • These coffee mugs are made from hand-collected Himalayan Pine Needles that fall to the forest floor. Incredibly enough, they are extra-durable, washable, reusable and microwave-safe.
  • Pine Needles if in excess deposition cause tragic forest fires and we hand collect them through our tribal-rural program. This also means that your responsible purchase averted a forest fire somewhere deep in our Himalayan Jungles.
  • With designs that will make the grimmest visitor smile, these iconic pieces come with matching colours and design coasters in a nifty pack equally valid for gifting.
  • Great for indoor and outdoor activities, you can sip your regular wine in them and allow yourself to be transported amid breezy pine trees.
    Hold these gorgeous-looking cups from their handle and witness the magical texture of each Himalayan Needle in your palm.
  • A 300 ml volume ensures you get the regulation dose of caffeine and you can rest them on these 9 cm coasters when you are busy explaining sustainability to others.
    Finally, you can control the end-of-life option for these cups. This means you can safely bury it in your garden soil, and these wine glasses will return to nature within a few years, whereas plastic would stay for a thousand years.
  • Blotches and streaks are commonly visible on the surface and are a proud testimony to the natural origins of these products.

Pak of: 2

Product information

  • Has a good grip while sipping tea, coffee, milk, soup, other beverages, etc.
  • Ideal Gift For Special Occasions: Perfect to give someone something meaningful that they will cherish forever and smile when they look at it and remember! Best Gift For Office, Father, Brother, Sister, Kids, Children For Birthday Return Gift, Birthday Gift, Birthday Party Gift, Family, Friends, Mother, Diwali Gift Items, Valentine Day Gift, Gifts For Girlfriend, Boyfriend Love, Husband and For Loved Ones.
  • Start your morning with your favorite cup of tea/coffee, If you are looking for the best and unique tea cups set for your Coffee, Evening tea, Bed tea, Black tea, Green tea then these cups are the best option for you.


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Do You Have Questions?

We have answers (well, most of the time)

Q. Is this product made from wood or plant origin material?

Yes, this product is made from cellulose of plant origin material.

Q. Why is it shiny like plastic?

Pine Needles contain wax like compounds that leave a waxy shine on the surface.

Q. How long will it last?

The product is long lasting if it is washed and wiped dry after use and one can expect it to start developing age marks or cracks after 1-2 years of usage. It is recommended not to use rough materials to scrub the products.

Q. Are there any do’s and don'ts to using the product?

Do not subject the product to high heat or hot water for more than ten minutes. Wash and wipe dry.

Q. Is this really unbreakable?

The product is extremely durable and not likely to break unless placed under massive and sudden pressure such as standing on it or using it in ways that are not meant for kitchenware.

Q. What will the product feel like?

The product is lightweight and fill feel like shiny wood.

Q. What does this product consist of?

This product consists of Pine Needle Cellulose.

Q. Why is it made of pine needles?

It is troublesome biomass & an outlet needs to be created for evacuating these needles from the Himalayas. The Pinus Roxburghii, from which the pine needles shed are fast growing, require less water & spoil their surrounding by preventing growth.

Q. Why pine needles?

Baby animals & plants lose their lives, silent micro eco - systems are destroyed in the forest fires caused by Pine Needles. Soil loses its water holding capacity & massive emissions are generated which hastens the next fire due to Serotiny process.

Q. Why not bamboo?

Bamboo is a crop which is edible and fit for human consumption. By taking away Bamboo from a community that is used to consuming it for their food and other purposes, we might be depriving them what is commonly known as crop diversion.