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Engraved Copper Cook And Serve Bowl (Deech)

₹ 15,500 ₹ 13,175

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  • Material :Copper
  • Dimensions :10*45 inches approx
  • Utility :Décor,Storage,Serveware
  • KBCODE: KB6650
  • Time To Make : 15-20 Days
  • Availability: Ships Internationally
  • Brand: Baghdadhi
Amaze your friends and peers as you serve them traditionl cuisines in this traditional Kashmiri goblet locally known as the deecha. The deecha is primarily used by the head cooks - the Waaza - to serve delicious cuisines in a grand wedding. Carved in the classic, entangled chinar vines, this rich cook and serve utensil is for the elite, for their special and royal feasts. The deechi has a plenty of space inside and can store food for hours together keeping it warm and fresh. Time to brandish your love for timeless and exclusive souviners. About The Craft Locally known as Traam, Kashmiri Copperware is a symbol of royalty. Beautifully carved, the copperware sits high in the court of Kashmir Arts and Crafts, its mesmerizing coppery bronze hue casting a spell of grandeur in heritage inspired motifs. Shehr-e-Khaas has been the hub of copper ware since the 19th century, the old markets of Zaina Kadal still carrying this glorious art. Large beautiful copper samovars, cups, glasses, tasht naari’s, traami’s, jugs, bowls, trays, degh (round bottomed cooling pot) gracefully stand in the shops of downtown even today.
Baghdadi, which todaya legacy in primitive Kashmiri copper was founded some 80 years ago by Mohiuddin Baghdadi, a craftsman who dedicated his life to bringing glory to the art form. Today presided over by his sons, Baghdadi is a brand which hosts 15+ Karkhanas under its umbrella, each employing 3 artisans on an average. Mehraj and his group of artisans specialize in various traditional designs like the Chinar, the paisley, the Shawltarah and the Aabshar. Their range of products include antique and modern specimens of Copperware, all handcrafted with utmost precision and love.
Locally known as Traam, Kashmiri Copperware is a symbol of royalty. Beautifully carved, the copperware sits high in the court of Kashmir Arts and Crafts, its mesmerizing coppery bronze hue casting a spell of grandeur in heritage inspired motifs. Shehr-e-Khaas has been the hub of copper ware since the 19th century, the old markets of Zaina Kadal still carrying this glorious art. Large beautiful copper samovars, cups, glasses, tasht naari’s, traami’s, jugs, bowls, trays, degh (round bottomed cooling pot) gracefully stand in the shops of downtown even today. Kashmir Box – Copperware Collection