Handmade Copper Tumbler freeshipping - Flourish
Handmade Copper Tumbler freeshipping - Flourish

SKU:PTTAB000002

Handmade Copper Tumbler

Regular price ₹ 1,985.00
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The copper tumbler offers the benefits of ‘Tamra-Jal’ (water stored in copper). Handcrafted by hammering into the copper, by Thatheras, this glass is formed from scratch. With a rose gold finish they are lacquered which holds it from getting tarnised and are resistant of any wear-tear or scratches.

PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES

  • Sub Type: Glasses
  • Product Dimensions: L4" x W4" x H7"
  • Product Size: L4" x W4" x H7"
  • Base Color: Rose Gold
  • Type: Drink ware
  • Bag Type: Glasses
  • Handles: Drink Ware
  • Craft: Thathiar metal hammering
  • Material: Copper
  • Country of Origin: India

Raw Material Cost

₹ 447

Artisan Wages

₹ 745

Producer Group Margin

₹ 297

Flourish Margin

*goes towards platform operations, order fulfillment, and building equity for the producer ecosystem.
₹ 496

MRP

₹ 1985

Raw Material Cost

$ 6

Artisan Wages

$ 18

Producer Group Margin

$ 12

Flourish Margin

$ 12

Retail Price(USD)

$ 48

P-TAL aims at reviving the dying craft form of the indigenous Thatheras community of Jandiala Guru, Amritsar. The Thatheras of Jandiala Guru are a community of skilled craftsmen who specialize in the traditional technique of making hand crafted brass,copper and bell metal utensils by hammering metal sheets. This unique craft of the Thateras of Jandiala Guru in Amritsar is the first craft of India to be inscribed in the UNESCO’s Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2014. Like the Thatheras, P-TAL is an epitomy of making tradition a trend, preserving legacy through legal entity converting practice into perfection thus moulding the vessels of hope!
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This product is handmade/handwoven. Subtle variations in color, texture, or print are a part of its appeal. Give it some extra care.

In order to maintain the shine and spark of the products one should wash the utensil with Pitambari or brasso powder, readily available in the nearest general store. One can also use lemon water, tamarind or vinegar.