Meet Lydia, she is something special. This is an exquisite boat shaped tinned copper ring bottom Kashkul or beggars bowl with brass bird finials hand forged circa early 1900s, mostly likely from India. Kashkuls were used by religious mystics who took an oath of poverty for alms and sometimes to drink out of. This particular bowl would have been specially made for a well- liked and talented mystic.
This very decorative lacquered paper mache on brass bowl is in good vintage condition NOTE: cracks in paper mache, small chips (especially near edges and handles) and minor scratches on brass interior- all consistent with age and use.
Dimensions: 10" wide, 6" tall, 6" deep
Made with a premium coco apricot wax blend & a natural wooden wick that are contained in a true vintage vessel that can be refilled or repurposed after you enjoy. They always are:
Hand-poured with love in small batches.
Include premium coconut wax blend and a natural wooden wick.
Perfect for gift giving.
Can be customized. Please contact us for custom or bulk orders.
Why a coco-apricot creme wax?
Burns cleaner and longer than other wax types. Coco-apricot crème wax is organic, gluten free, toxin free, paraban free, phalate free and comes from renewable sources. Although it's made from coconuts and apricots, it does not smell like either.
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