Mughal Bird Bento Lunch Box



This bento-style lunchbox features our reinterpretation of a painting of a spotted forktail by 16th century Mughal artist Abu’l Hassan. The painting was commissioned by Emperor Jahangir, who gave Abu’l Hassan the honorific, “Wonder of the Age.”

Enjoy fresh food on your own terms, whether at work, at school, or at a picnic. This lunchbox comes with smart compartments to keep your food separate. The stylish wooden lid can double as a handy plate while the 7.6″ x 4.8″ size makes it a convenient choice that easily fits into any bag or backpack.

  • One size
  • Silicone tray with a wooden cover
  • An elastic band and cutlery included

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