In Nepali families, this traditional vessel is used to serve water and refreshments. Karuwas, like kettles, have a curved body and a pouring neck. A hat with various artifacts soldered to it covers the karuwa's mouth. A small hole in the cap is also designed to equalize air pressure and allow for smooth pouring when the top is secured.
Water in this container is generally cold and does not need to be refrigerated in the same way that water in other plastic bottles does. This is a fantastic solution to the problem of plastic waste. Brass has an in-built water purification system that removes bacteria from the water it contains. Brass-encased water is also thought to be healthier since it promotes strength and immunity.
This would also look great in the living room. It is regarded as an excellent gift for any occasion, including weddings, birthdays, and housewarming parties.
- Length: 8 inches
- Width: 7 inches