From our Vintage Collection - This brass Lota with a spout is a water vessel / pot with a spout handcrafted by artisans from the South of India accompanied with a small brass bowl to keep the mouth of the vessel covered.
The traditional Indian wisdom of storing water in brass vessels was meant for healthy living and Indians drank their water from brass pots till the beginning of 20th century using brass as a medium of storing and drinking water.
The diameter and the height of the vessel is almost the same with a bulging belly that beautifully tapers to a neck and finally opens up to a mouth with a rim and a spout.
In the present day, used as a vase for fresh flowers or just a home decor item.
Measures: Length 20 cm with the spout x Height 15 cm x Bottom diameter 15 cm and diameter at the mouth measuing 10 cm.
The diameter of the small bowl /cover is 10 cm .
Weight: 900 Grams