Brass Tea Pot, Brass kettle Mughlai Design Tea Pot
Ashtok Gold Plated Brass Kashmiri Handcrafted Designer Tea Kettle
Product Details: Ashtok presents a Brass Engraved Mughlai Style Teapot / Kettle with a Designer Handle & Spout and an Inside Tin Lining. A teapot is a vessel with a lid, spout, and handle that is used to make and serve tea. For ages, brass teapots have been used to boil tea. They have a vintage feel to them and may add a touch of refinement to your kitchen or tea set. When it's time for tea, instead of using the microwave, invest in a tea kettle. You'll be shocked at how much nicer your tea tastes after doing this.
Pure Brass Handcrafted Tea Kettle from Ashtok is created and manufactured with 100% pure Brass Sheet, digital design with a high level of accuracy, Laquer finish shine, highly durable and washable. Excellent for everyday drinking water, simple to keep, and simple to clean. This is a premium export-quality product with a long shelf life. The best wedding gift, birthday gift, anniversary gift, new baby gift, housewarming gift, gift item, and gift for any event.
A brass teapot in the Mughlai design is a traditional style of teapot made from brass, featuring intricate designs and motifs inspired by the Mughal Empire of India. The Mughals were known for their love of luxury and for their patronage of the arts, and this is reflected in the ornate and detailed designs of Mughlai teapots. These teapots are often handcrafted by skilled artisans and are considered to be a beautiful and elegant addition to any tea set or collection.
These patterns are usually created using a process called repoussé, in which the brass is beaten from the reverse side to create a raised design on the front. The teapot may also have intricate engravings and filigree work, which adds to the beauty and elegance of the piece.
In addition to their aesthetic appeal, Mughlai teapots are also highly functional. They are typically used for brewing and serving tea, and are often used in traditional Indian tea ceremonies. They are perfect for brewing loose-leaf teas and can be used to serve both hot and cold drinks. The brass material also has a great heat retention property which keeps the tea hot for a longer period.
Mughlai teapots are a great addition to any tea lover's collection, and can also be used as a decorative piece in the home. They make a great gift for someone who appreciates traditional Indian art and culture. If you are interested in purchasing a Mughlai brass teapot, you can find them for sale at various online retailers and specialty shops that sell handmade or artisanal goods.
We are gradually moving toward modernity, and the importance of traditional and age-old rituals is fading. One such story involves the precious metal brass. Brass, which has several health advantages, is losing its luster and sparkle as a result of modern cooking equipment such as stainless steel, nonstick, and a variety of other options on the market. The usage of metals like silver, copper, and brass, according to Ayurveda, promotes well-being and good health. The ancient Ayurvedic science also emphasizes the health advantages of cooking with metals. Brass utensils and kitchen equipment provide therapeutic advantages whether used to serve or prepare. Storing and boiling liquids in brass pots boosts your body's immunity and power.
Product Capacity: 2000 ml
Cleaning Instructions: Brass is a mixture of copper and zinc metals. So after some time Brass reacts with open-air or oxygen and generally gets oxidized or tarnishes and might turn black or green. Here are some ways that might help you to maintain Brass products well.
- Pitambari Powder is the best and most traditional way to clean brass items.
- Vinegar with a combination of Salt can be applied and cleaned otherwise the brass product to be cleaned can be immersed in a solution of vinegar and salt in boiling water.
- Lemon and salt mixture can be rubbed to clean the product and salt can also be replaced with Baking Soda.
Legal Disclaimer: As all products are handcrafted, sizes may differ. All the mentioned dimensions and weights are approximate.