- 100 % Hand Made Water pot used by people from Himalayas to transport water.
- It is made by the lost wax method, & this one is cast in two pieces.
- Size: 7-inch-tall x 4-inch diameter at top and 3 inch on bottom
- Weight: 0.80 kg
- Period: 1980-1990
A Karuwa represents an important vessel used in many Nepalese homes to collect and store water for cooking, drinking, washing, cleaning and performing religious ceromanies.
The Karuwa is shaped like a pitcher with a spout that protrudes from the side to allow for easy pouring. Traditionally, the karuwa was use almost extensively by Newari families living in urban areas.