Nail Hammered Brass T-light
Nail Hammered Brass T-light
Nail Hammered Brass T-light
Nail Hammered Brass T-light

Nail Hammered Brass T-light

Rs. 598.00
  • Estimated Delivery:Oct 11 - Oct 15

  • Free Shipping & Returns: On all orders over INR 4999

Size & Weight

Length: 0.00 Width: 3.00 Height 0.50 Inches | 200.00 Grams

Material

Brass

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Nail Hammered Brass T-light

Nail Hammered Brass T-light

Rs. 598.00
Product description
  • Made of 100% Brass metal sheet, the T-light holder measures 3" inches in diameter and 0.75" inches in height.

  • A gold burnished lifestyle and decorative T-light holder, This set of the brass t-light holder has a vintage design with t-lights lit inside the votive, gives off a soft warm glow wherever you position it. This handmade product can be used for weddings, garden parties or home décor. Add some earthy glow to your interior and bedazzle your guests with its elegant looks.

  • This hand beat brassware has been crafted by skilled artisans from India. This product is Earth-friendly, non-breakable & corrosion resistant. The surface finish of this handcrafted votive holder will remain the same for decades to come.

  • This product supports and empowers a landless Hindu artisan community called 'Thathera' of Rajasthan. It preserves the rare craft of hand hammering metal in India. This community is also involved in metal artwork like brass, bronze, aluminum, and copper.

  • Quality satisfaction and timely delivery are assured. To be sure of authenticity, we recommend you to buy this product from De Kulture Works brand only. Made in India, this brand new Brass t-light holder is safe for children. To clean, use lime and salt or Pitambari powder.
Craft Type & Story

Hand Hammered Brassware
Add some earthy glow to your home with these fired hand hammered brass metal utilitarian vessels. The Hindu artisan community of 'Thathera' mainly found in Northern India craft these utensils. Also called 'Kansari', this landless community is involved in metal art work like brass, bronze, aluminum, and copper. They claim to have been Rajputs, who abandoned their traditional occupation to manufacture silver and gold coins. Many Hindu Thatheras also emigrated from Pakistan during the partition in 1947, resulting in a cultural exchange between India and Pakistan.

Using traditional techniques, the metal plates are first welded in certain cases then hammered into pots, platters, vessels and other utensils. The final piece has to go through delicate welding and riveting processes, gentle heating by hand operated bellows and skilled hammering. The brass platters are then beautifully adorned via hand paintings by artisans from various painting schools such as Gond and Mithila.

These vintage looking vessels create an Indian rustic charm and will give visual intrigue to space. The surface finish and look of these hand hammered baked utensils will remain the same for centuries to come. Use them for household food items, personal accessories or as decor.