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Brass Ladles

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Craft Type: Metal work

Archaeological evidence shows that brass has been used in India since the third century BC. Where the ancient craftsmen made sculptures of Hindu gods and goddesses using a naturally healing five-metal alloy called panchdhatu. Considered to be the most sophisticated, Brass cutlery is still preferred among affluent Indian households. Our immigrating artists operate in Moradabad, the largest copper making region of India, rightfully known as the Peetal Nagri (Brass City). Where they use advanced technologies like electroplating, lacquering and powder coating to create contemporary metalware adorned with time-tested designs --- an absolute treat for the modern-vintage soul.

Made in:   Uttar Pradesh

Material:  Brass

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 27.5, Height: 2.3, Breadth: 7.7,

No. of pieces in a set:  2, Set Of Two Ladles



- This metalware is created using brass, an alloy of zinc and copper, clay, resign, borax and sand.

- The process of creating our metalware is complex, where each production cycle involves melting, casting, joining, scraping, engraving and polishing, and can take between four to six weeks.

- Our artisans first cast and mould the clay from a mixture of sand, resin and oil, mixed in the perfect proportions.

- Then they add borax to this mix to prevent the metal from sticking.

- This alloy is then melted and solidified, and individual parts are also soldered together.

- After this, the surface of each piece is smoothened with sandpaper and rubbed with copper sulphate to give it the perfect finish.



- Clean your vessels immediately after you use them.

- Soak a soft sponge in tepid water, apply mild detergent and gently rub your vessel clean.

- You can also use natural home remedies to clean your metalware, such as gently rubbing it with a mixture of imli (tamarind), lemon and salt.

- Apart from detergent, you can use store-available solutions that are specifically made for cleaning traditional metalware such as Pitambari, Dara or Brasso.

- Make sure to wipe your metalware dry with a clean cloth, this helps to retain its natural gleam.


- Eat excessively pungent or sour food in your metalware.

- Stack the metalware in the sink while washing.

- Use a stainless steel/metal scrubber to clean.

- Use a dishwasher to rinse or wash these products.

- Use a microwave to heat food in these products.

- Store food in the vessels overnight or for a long time.

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