- These hand hammered copper cups are crafted by highly skilled artisans in the Kathmandu Valley.
- Each vessel is shaped and hammered by hand using traditional metal work techniques. Copperware like this can be seen all over Nepal in homes, temples, hotels, and heritage sites.
- Traditionally, they are used on an altar or shrine as offering bowls and filled with water daily as a way of accumulating virtue and merit. They're also great for home decor, burning your favorite incense, or as a catch all dish for jewelry or special items.
Copperware is a big part of Nepali culture. It is often a recycled material and believed to have Ayurvedic health benefits. Copper is believed to have the ability to help heal the mind and body based on the metal’s energy conducting properties. It can help stimulate the flow of energy, boost immunity, and increase vitality. Copper is often used to create religious statues, homewares, and architecture in Nepal.
Measures approximately 2.5 inches in diameter. Sold individually and in sets of 3 or 7.