This exquisite brass Urli is hand engraved with figures of the Mughal Emperor on a hunt with his mahout, riding a majestic elephant amidst a forest them
The Uruli at one time was a traditional cookware extensively used in South India and was commonly made of clay, copper and bronze. The name Uruli is derived from the Tamil word "Urulai" [உருளை] which means a round bowl and were used for cooking and in Ayurvedha to make medicines.
Now brass Urulis are used as a decorative bowls to float flowers and candles especially at the entrance of your home as a daily ritual, during festivals and special occasions.
Measures: Diameter 38 cm handle to handle and 30 cm without the handles.
Height 12 cm
Weight: 4.90 Kgs