A miniature copper pot which is traditionally called 'Ghangal'. This pot was used to bath the beloved God or godess or even carry flower during the worship of deities.These miniature versions of kitchen utensils and other household items were played with by children as they watched their mothers cook and their family members make use of every day household items. Today, these miniature utensils give us an idea of what life was like in ruralÂ households.
A collector's piece for those who value those unique creations of things from a past era.Â This one would be a beautiful piece on your coffee table or on your fireplace or curio shelf in your home.
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Tambat Ali is a small settlement of metalworking artisans. These artisans migrated to Pune in the 17th century under the royal patronage of the Peshwas. Over 800 of them. They beat on copper and made artillery, royal seals, utensils and more. For more than three centuries.