Yellow copper (or brass) teapot from Indian craftsmanship. Rich and stylish design, molded, sculpted, polished, chiselled by craftsmen with great talent. A useful and decorative teapot, for homes looking for an art and authentic object.
Hand casting, followed by hand sculpting. The casting technique is old-fashioned whose procedure is to use copper water at about 900°C as the raw material and sand as the casting material. Brass, which is an alloy, is solid, thick and resistant. Welds at more than 900°C by hand are massive and strong.
3 capacities to choose from: 600ml with 20cm height, 500ml with 18cm height and 400ml with 17cm height.
Its maintenance: after use, dry it carefully. If it tends to tarnish, a 1:1 mixture of salt and vinegar will do, rub with an iron sponge, then rinse and dry thoroughly.
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