Heirloom Brass Dip Bowl Set
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Rooted in India, our Heirloom Brass Collection is made using traditional techniques with a focus on crafting beautifully sculptured & functional tableware that can be passed down for generations.
Compliment your food choices perfectly, be it a Sushi dip or a mint chutney or use it as a ramekin to hold spices.
Available as a set of 4 or 6
5 cms x 2.5 cms
All our brass products have a live finish, which will darken with use and time.
Shipping & Returns
• Free delivery & COD on all orders across India
• Standard delivery within 3-10 working days
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*3-Day Delivery within Delhi/NCR. For Furniture Delivery timelines would be 3-10 days.
Returns & Exchanges
•We accept returns incase the product you receive is not in its intended condition, is damaged or missing parts. We would be happy to replace the product or issue a full refund for it.
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What makes Kansa special?
Apart from the well-known health benefits, Kansa or Phool has a history that stretches back several thousand years in India. Skilled artisans use ancient techniques to sand cast tableware, which is hammered & burnished to add warm lustre to the sculptural objects.
Old world charm with new age design
Minimal design combined with traditional materials and quality craftsmanship
Perfect pairing for your art. Give your food a canvas to make it shine.
Festive season ready
How to care for Kansa
Your Luxe Kansa Dinnerware is made with Bronze, an alloy of Copper & Tin. Kansa tends to patina over time & use. Some people might prefer a shiny & bright look or some more aged look. No matter what your preference is, care is simple and straightforward.
We recommend wiping it dry immediately after use to avoid water stains and applying a layer of coconut oil from time to time to help it age evenly and beautifully.
To clean an aged Kansa, mix flour & Vinegar to make a paste & rub it on the product with a soft cloth or a toothbrush.
Wash it with warm water and dry it immediately. the final step is to seal it with coconut oil. Take a small amount and wipe it off. That's all.