Paladai Brass Lamp
The shape of the lamp similar to the paladai a child milk feeding utensil with 1 spout on a Base.
Material Used : Copper 60% Zinc40%
H x L x W (Inches) : 1×1
Weight (kgs) : 0.05
Posture : Standing
Purpose : Pooja & DecorativePurpose
Having six creation units of its own, the point of this Partnership has been to build up the painstaking work of Tamilnadu and by giving business sector outlets to a wide assortment of them, to help the various craftsmans who have as their ancestors did, the creation of handiworks as their chief methods both of job and imagination – in mud, stone, metal, wood, gold and silver, ivory, stick and bamboo, silk and cotton and in bronze. The bronze symbols, for example, delineated in this leaflet, for the most part copies of the tenth – twelfth hundreds of years Chola bronzes are designed carefully on the lines recommended in the Silpasastra messages, at the Organization’s units at Swamimalai in Thanjavur area and furthermore at Salem. These like all other medieval Indian bronzes, convey no signature. Named POOMPUHAR after a generally old and marvelous Tamil waterfront city, the Company has its emporia in practically all area towns of Tamilnadu; in Tiruchirappalli, Thanjavur, Madurai, Tirunelveli, Salem, Dissolve and Coimbatore.
|Dimensions||1 × 1 cm|