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KUMAU SHALLOW BRASS BOWL

Small, shallow, and incredibly versatile, this brass bowl brings old-world charm to tablescapes

₹ 800.00

Small, shallow, and incredibly versatile, this brass bowl brings old-world charm to tablescapes

Craft Type:  Metal Work

This little brass bowl, with its shallow body, lends itself well to serving simple after-meal refreshments such as cardamom or fennel seeds. It exudes an old-world charm that also works well for a small prayer offering or by your bedside for trinkets.

This brass piece is part of Ikai Asai’s Deva collection, whose design inspiration comes from Uttarakhand’s pristine forests, high mountains, and ethereal landscapes.

This product is handcrafted and therefore slight variations in colours, textures and forms are inevitable and aren’t flaws.

Made in:   Uttar Pradesh

Material:  Brass

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 8.2, Breadth: 8.2, Height: 2.9, Dia: 8.2

No. of pieces in a set:  1, One Bowl

Metalware often sees the use of metals such as brass, iron, copper, silver and alloys like bronze, bell metal and white metal. Our product is made from brass fused with stainless steel and bears matt finishing.

Brass, a metal alloy of zinc and copper, is also commonly spotted in Indian kitchens in the form of utensils and serveware, owing to its natural properties and their corresponding health benefits. The process of creating a piece of metalware can take up to four to six weeks, involving a production cycle that includes processes such as melting, casting, joining, scraping, engraving and polishing.

Uttar Pradesh is India’s largest copper-making region, and its city of Moradabad, where this product is made, is famously recognised as Peetal Nagri (Brass City) and is arguably the biggest centre of metalware production in India.

• Wash by hand only, using a mild dishwashing soap. Use a soft sponge to avoid abrasions. Clean immediately after use, and wipe it dry using a clean, dry cloth.
• This product is not microwave-safe or dishwasher-safe.

Craft Type:  Metal Work

This little brass bowl, with its shallow body, lends itself well to serving simple after-meal refreshments such as cardamom or fennel seeds. It exudes an old-world charm that also works well for a small prayer offering or by your bedside for trinkets.

This brass piece is part of Ikai Asai’s Deva collection, whose design inspiration comes from Uttarakhand’s pristine forests, high mountains, and ethereal landscapes.

This product is handcrafted and therefore slight variations in colours, textures and forms are inevitable and aren’t flaws.

Made in:   Uttar Pradesh

Material:  Brass

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 8.2, Breadth: 8.2, Height: 2.9, Dia: 8.2

No. of pieces in a set:  1, One Bowl

Metalware often sees the use of metals such as brass, iron, copper, silver and alloys like bronze, bell metal and white metal. Our product is made from brass fused with stainless steel and bears matt finishing.

Brass, a metal alloy of zinc and copper, is also commonly spotted in Indian kitchens in the form of utensils and serveware, owing to its natural properties and their corresponding health benefits. The process of creating a piece of metalware can take up to four to six weeks, involving a production cycle that includes processes such as melting, casting, joining, scraping, engraving and polishing.

Uttar Pradesh is India’s largest copper-making region, and its city of Moradabad, where this product is made, is famously recognised as Peetal Nagri (Brass City) and is arguably the biggest centre of metalware production in India.

• Wash by hand only, using a mild dishwashing soap. Use a soft sponge to avoid abrasions. Clean immediately after use, and wipe it dry using a clean, dry cloth.
• This product is not microwave-safe or dishwasher-safe.

KUMAU SHALLOW BRASS BOWL

₹ 800.00

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