A typical morning in India is the familiar " Milk man " from the closest village on his bicycle going from house to house delivering milk in the neighbourhood with fresh cow or buffalo milk from his dairy in such vintage milk pails / cans which are though much larger to carry much more milk.
The word “Doodhwala” in the Indian language when literally translated, means “one who sells milk from a can or pail”. “Doodh” means milk and is normally sold from a large pail usually a cylindrical tin , brass or aluminium container.
This Milk Pail is a large sized vintage product and may still be found in traditional households made of solid brass with a pop out lid and a latch .
Size: Height 27 cm x Diameter 15 cm | Dia at the mouth of can 9.5 cm
Weight : 1400 grams