From our Vintage Collection - Made from bell metal, this brass Lota or Kindi as is traditionally known is always with a long spout and is a rare brass drinking vessel handcrafted by skilled artisans from the South of India where the neck opening is flared at the top with a grip ring just below the flared neck.
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 wonderful art of brass casting of these vessels by hand in different shapes and sizes was unique with perfectly balanced shape and proportion with a satin smooth finish.
Measures: Length 22 cm with the spout x Height 15 cm x Diameter at the mouth 10 cm.
Weight: 1.50 kilograms