The Gold Plated Brass Pooja Thali Set of 7 Piece – a must have of your daily worship. The entire set comprises one Pooja Kalash, one Spoon, one Pooja Bell. one Diya, one Agardaan, one Kumkum Plate, one Peepal Diya and one round thali (platter) with raised edges. Each of these accessories are carved from pure brass and plated with gold.. Subtle designs and meticulous handcrafted artwork add to the appeal of the product. This brilliantly polished artifact arrives an elegant box with velvet lining making it the perfect git item. You can place it in your puja room or mandir, while engulfing your home in the aura of spirituality.
This is a Brass Metal Craft made by the artisans of Moradabad in Uttar Prdesh. The brassware industry in Moradabad bloomed in early 19th century and British took the art to foreign markets. Other immigrating artisans from Benaras, Lucknow, Agra and many other places formed the current cluster of brassware industry in Moradabad. In 1980's various other metal wares like brass; iron, aluminum etc. were also introduced to the art industry of Moradabad. New technologies like Electroplating, lacquering, powder coating etc. also found its way to the industry.
CARE TIPS Dusting - First, use a soft brush or clean cotton cloth to dust. Removing Candle Wax - Candle wax can be removed from a silver holder by simply running hot water over the area containing the wax. The softened wax should be easy to pry out with a finger. Never risk scratching the piece by using a knife or other sharp object. Washing and Drying - Once all dust and wax are removed, wash the item by hand with warm water and a gentle dish washing soap to remove any food but don't soak the silver in water for any length of time. Rinse the piece well with clean water, distilled is best, and dry immediately with a soft, lint-less cloth. A hair-dryer set on warm helps to dry hard-to-reach places. After your pieces are clean and completely dry, wrap each of them individually with anti-acid buffered tissue, butter paper or washed cotton, linen, or polyester to store. Do not use woolor newspaper, which can cause excessive tarnishing that will be difficult to clean, or even worse can remove silver plating. Safely Display Silver Plated items in Your Home - If you'd like to display your silver plated items rather than storing it, a glass-enclosed cabinet makes a good choice. Avoid unvarnished wood shelves that can omit harmful vapors and can cause tarnishing. Glass shelves are preferred over wooden shelves.You'll have to avoid displaying or storing silver near cotton felt, wool or velvet as well.