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SEKARA SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER

A pair of shakers, to brighten up any tablescape.

₹ 2,130.00

A pair of shakers, to brighten up any tablescape.

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:  Glass and Brass

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 6.5, Height: 11, Breadth: 6.5, Dia: 6.5 ; Length: 12.7, Height: 1.5, Breadth: 7

No. of pieces in a set:  3, One tray with two shakers

Glass-blowing is a technique that involves inflating molten glass with a blowpipe to form a glass bubble that can then be molded into glassware.

This glassware is produced by the skilled craft community dedicated to the craft of handblown glasses in Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh.


- Wash by hand only, using a mild dishwashing soap and dry with a lint-free towel or cloth. To avoid streaking, stop wiping as soon as the surface is dry.
- avoid using stainless steel or metal scrubbers To clean.
- Fingerprints and dust can be removed with any available glass-cleaning solution.

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:  Glass and Brass

Dimensions (cm):  Length: 6.5, Height: 11, Breadth: 6.5, Dia: 6.5 ; Length: 12.7, Height: 1.5, Breadth: 7

No. of pieces in a set:  3, One tray with two shakers

Glass-blowing is a technique that involves inflating molten glass with a blowpipe to form a glass bubble that can then be molded into glassware.

This glassware is produced by the skilled craft community dedicated to the craft of handblown glasses in Firozabad, Uttar Pradesh.


- Wash by hand only, using a mild dishwashing soap and dry with a lint-free towel or cloth. To avoid streaking, stop wiping as soon as the surface is dry.
- avoid using stainless steel or metal scrubbers To clean.
- Fingerprints and dust can be removed with any available glass-cleaning solution.

SEKARA SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER

₹ 2,130.00

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