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A team from Bhopal has put 50,000 varieties on display at the event
The 15-day expo will be extended if the response is good, say organisers
Mighty impressed:A girl taking a look at the collection on display at the ‘Crockery Maha Sale' in Vijayawada on Sunday.
VIJAYAWADA: Women love crockery and they keep adding more and more to their collection that ultimately becomes their prized possession.
Beauty, durability, and design are the guiding factors while selecting crockery that adorn the showcase in the dining area. All these and much more are available at ‘Crockery Maha Sale', which unfolded on Sunday at Madhu Kala Mandapam at Mogulrajpuram.
Sumit Kumar of Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh and his 10-member team have descended on the venue carting in an assortment of close to 50,000 varieties of crockery stuff that is being handed to the buyers direct from factory.
The crockery world unveiled at the place include ceramic ware, flasks, drinks ware, Melamine ware, Melamine crockery, Melamine, dinner sets, trays milk mugs, unbreakable crockery, full plates, half plates, vegetable bowls, serving spoons, soup spoons, lemon sets, tea sets, and decorative glasses.
The aesthetic beauty and appeal of the products are enticing. Besides the Melamine range, there is Faizabad glassware, microwave stuff, the Khurja stuff – blue glaze on red clay, Bone China items, plastic items, and imported stuff. “We were in this city three years ago and received good response to our exhibition. The city-dwellers are good buyers. Since the price of each item is displayed, language is not much of a barrier. People here know a little bit of Hindi and we manage broken English. That solves our problem,” says Sumit with a smile. The exhibition offers a discount of 20 per cent to 50 per cent on each piece.
The event is on for a fortnight. But based on public response, the organisers will extend the date.
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