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Brass Water Glass

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  • Water stored in our Brass Glass will help to increase your strength and immunity.
  • Pital or Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc; as a result, it can help combat many water-borne diseases.
  • Even researchers have now scientifically validated the traditional Indian wisdom that drinking water from a brass glass is beneficial for your health.
  • Easy to maintain, wash gently with soap and a soft scrubber.
  • It makes ideal gifting for occasions such as marriages, birthdays, and anniversaries.

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Composition and its benefits

You might have observed the use of Brass utensils if you’ve ever been to a traditional Indian wedding. Also, do you have any memories of your grandparents drinking from Brass Glass? What makes this vintage metal even more interesting is that it has been supporting the traditions for many years. Have you ever wondered why? Brass is an alloy of 70% copper and 30% zinc. Zinc, one of the essential components, contributes in the development of human immunity. Another essential component of Brass is copper, used to cure various illnesses, including worms-related diseases. Unfortunately, many people are still unaware of the tremendous benefits of Brass, but the truth is now open to you. So, you have another good reason to add this Brass glass to your shopping cart. Even researchers have now scientifically validated this traditional Indian wisdom that drinking water from a Brass glass is beneficial for your health.

Know the Artists

These great artisans reside in Odisha and possess a rich tradition dating back to the times of enshrinement of the Puri Jagannath temple. Currently, the artisans heat the copper and tin at 700-800 degrees Celsius. After that, they complete the crafting by delicate finishing by hammering and applying clay for solidification.

As a matter of fact, this cluster of artisans starts their day at 3 am, and they persevere until noon. With the work environment of high temperatures, this art takes endurance of years of practice, and generations of families are perfecting the craft. 

Maintenance and Care

  • Do not place it in an oven or on a stove.
  • Gently wash with mild detergents/soap and wipe it dry.
  • Do not use a steel scrubber. 
  • Use a soft scrubber to clean.
  • Lather surface with lime or tamarind to retain/ revive its shine.

 

Weight0.7 kg
Dimensions3 × 3 × 4.5 in

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