Bronze South Indian Urli Bowl with Unusual Decoration Antique 19th Century
This bronze bowl comes from the Kerala region of South India and is called an Urli bowl. It is used for food cooking and the loop handles on the side allow you to remove it from the fire easily. It dates to the 19th Century and is a really nice example of their smaller sized bowl. It is made using the lost wax method of construction so each are unique and the decoration around the handles on this bowl are quite unusual.
Please see images but it is offered in good original condition.
Dimensions: height 8.5 cm or 3.3 inches ; diameter of rim 19 cm or 7.5 inches
Weight: 2.015 kg or 1296 penny weight
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