Ayurvedic wellness practitioners recommend serving and eating food from metallic vessels because of its antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties. This contemporary take on traditional Kansa bowls is hand-hammered by tribal craftsmen using techniques that are centuries old.
The Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Asian Art, opened to the public in 1923, a gift to the nation from Charles Lang Freer. The Gallery contains an extensive collection of oriental art, prints, sculpture and silk panels, as well as a major group of 19th and 20th century American works.
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- Alloy of copper and tin
- 5"dia. x 2.2"H
- Holds 14.4 oz.
- Food safe for eating and serving. Storing food in Kansa dishes is not recommended. Hand wash. Acidic and citrus foods can stain the metal.
- Clean Kansa in the traditional manner by using Imli (Tamarind) or use any good dishwashing liquid to retain shine. Dry well before storing to ensure that it retains its natural gleam.
- Handcrafted in India