A handicraft item made of Bell-Brass Metal crafted by artisans of Sarthebari, Assam.
Use: For the ritual occasion call Annaprasana.  Suitable for Gifting
Product: Combo of 1 bell metal dish, 1 bell metal bowl, 1 brass metal glass, 1 spoon.
Color: Shining Golden Hard

Dimensions- Plate Diameter- 9 inches

The bell-metal industry of Assam is the second-largest handicraft sector after bamboo craft. Bell-metal is an alloy of copper and tin and the craftsmen of this industry are referred to as ‘Kahar’ or ‘Orja’. The objects made are mostly used in domestic and religious purposes.

The tradition is believed to have started ages back and the craftsmen still prepare the objects manually adhering to the age-old technique by implementing the old tools required for burning and shaping the metal. Historically, this craft form dates back to the 7th century AD. Various written records reveal that the bell metal industry of Assam existed from the time of Kumarbhaskarvarman, the king of the Varman Dynasty, when, the Kumar of eastern India gifted drinking vessels to Harshavardhana of Kannauj.


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