This is an exquisite brass urli / vessel standing on 3 fiilgree design legs, handcrafted by skilled arstisans from the South of India with small brass bells known as ghungroos, traditionally kept at the entrance of your home for floating flower petals and floating candles and a sign of welcome to all guests.
The Uruli has a traditional cookware extensively used in South India, commonly made of clay, copper and bronze and the name Uruli derived from the Tamil word "Urulai" [உருளை] which means a round bowl. Urlis besides cooking were also used in Ayurvedha to make medicines.
Now used as 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 30 cm x Height 9 cm crafed with 46 ghungroos
Weight: 5.350 Kilograms