Limited Stock! Reliving the memories from the past. A ‘Khos’ is a teacup that was used to serve tea back in the day usually made of bronze (an alloy of copper and tin). As depicted in the picture clicked in 1945, the ‘Khos’ is held with a cloth since the cup tends to get really hot 🍵
Without Stand - approx 2.2 inches (150 ml) Weight - 180 gms
Generations of craftsmen in Kashmir adopted techniques of art over centuries from travelling artisans, most recently in the 15th century from the followers of King Zain-ul-Abidin. A collective of woodcarving, copper engraving, carpet weaving and hand-made paper pulp art called Papier-Mache.