Vintage brass urli / vessel finished with a dark patina, for floating flowers and petals along with floating diyas and candles.
Handcrafted using the lost wax process of metal casting by artisans from Kerala, South India, the Uruli has been, traditionally a cooking utensil extensively used in South of 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.
Urlis were used in home for cooking and also in Ayurvedha to make medicines.
Now brass Urlis as they are popularly known are used as a decorative vessels to float flowers and candles especially at the entrance of your home and especially during festivals and religious occasions as considered to be highly auspicious.
Measures: Dia 31 cm x Height 12 cm x Depth 11 cm
Weight: 5.50 kilograms