This is a traditional Hand-wash pot, also known as Aftaba or Chillum-chi.
It is made of pure Brass metal.
An Aftaba is a vessel for water, with handle and long spout, used in Asian countries, commonly of metal, and decorated with enamels or damascening.
In old days craftsmen use to prepare antiques from pure Gold and Silver but, now-a-days these metals are too expensive to use in antiques.
It is why craftsmen today make such antiques mostly form Brass.
The product above is a prominent handcrafted piece.
The Brass used in its preparation is fine and pure according to international metal standards.
This product relates to Great Kashmiri Mughal’s era, an Asian culture.
Asia is the largest of the world's continents, has a rich and royal history and, has splendid background for metal handicrafts.
This decoration element is beautifully engraved.
Engraves contain fine intricate patterns and sketches.
Because of tiny work over this decorative element, it even takes too much time to be prepared.
Old Experts prepared such old-fashioned decorative elements.
This item designed and constructed delicately in Afghanistan by talented craftsman.
It will rightly make your dining-table more attractive and dashing.
It has splendid designs and patterns to attract the people who love old culture.
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