Bronze Cup Set of 2 100 ML

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Size & Weight

2x2 (DH) inches | 100 Gm

Material

Bronze

Care Instructions

To clean, simply hand wash this vessel with use of lime & salt, wood ash or Pitambari powder.

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Bronze Cup Set of 2 100 ML

Bronze Cup Set of 2 100 ML

translation missing: en.products.product.price.regular_price Rs. 1,475.00
translation missing: en.products.product.price.sale_price Rs. 1,475.00 translation missing: en.products.product.price.regular_price Rs. 1,775.00
Product description
  • Made of finest food grade Kansa (Bronze), this kitchen and dining vessel is an alloy of Pure Copper (79%) and Pure Tin (21%). Millennium-old traditions consider this composition ideal for eating. This Kansa Bronze Cup measures 2.0” inches in diameter and 2.0” inches in height.

  • A lifestyle and utilitarian Kansa object, beautifully simple, this bronze glass are perfect for serving any hot or cold liquids. These tumbler cupsboastsa hand sculpted, natural and fired patina on the surface.

  • This exquisite handmade cup has been crafted by skilled artisans from India. This product is equally valuable even after damage as this Kansa metal is easily recyclable. It is highly durable, corrosion resistant and suitable for daily use. It is also wear & tear resistant and heat resistant so you can serve hot and yummy food without a worry. Kansa or Bronze ages beautifully and is an ideal decor.

  • This product supports and empowers artisans and preserves the rare craft of making Kansa utensils in India

  • Quality satisfaction and timely delivery are assured. To be sure of authenticity, we recommend you to buy this product from dekulture brand only.
Craft Type & Story

Water is essential to sustain life on this planet. 70 per cent of the human body is made up of water. In ancient times, our ancestors and even our grandmothers followed the practice of storing water in containers made of copper. Their aim was probably to safeguard drinking water but there's more to the story. In today's world where we have UV filters and RO purifiers to purify water, the storage of water in metal containers may sound old-fashioned and not needed. However, this age-old practice referenced in ancient texts of Ayurveda is now supported by many. They had observed that copper was good material for storing water and realised the natural health benefits of drinking water stored in copper vessels. It was also observed that animals drinking from copper vessels and plants watered with copper-rich water were healthier than those that didn’t.