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Antique South Indian Water Pot (Kindi)

7,500.00 5,500.00 including GST

This beautifully crafted water pitcher, known as a “Kindi” in India, is used for daily ablutions and during religious or weddings ceremonies. Kindi’s were used to hold and dispense holy water (usually water from the holy river Ganges – “Gangajal”) as a symbol for purity and cleansing of the soul.

This particular piece has been sourced from the South Indian state of Kerala and is made of bronze. The kindi has a wonderful shape with a bottom rim for support, a large belly to hold water, a smoothly curved neck and a wide mouth on the top of the neck to receive water. Create a visual interest at home with this vintage piece.

You do not have to tour the whole country to get things traditional back to your homes when you already get an opportunity to collect such vintage items. This Antique South Indian Water Pot (Kindi) is an attractive addition to your old, wooden dining table or as a showpiece on the corner shelf.

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  • Weight 2.800 kg
    Dimensions 24 × 21.6 cm
    Material

    Bell Metal

    Manufacturing method

    Lost wax method

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