Bring Home The Best Of Brass

Brassware is ancient, versatile, famed, and a class apart. India is renowned for her beautiful brassware. Here are seven ways to add some brass to your home decor.

Before the advent of the Iron Age, copper and its alloys were used for making metal tools and objects of daily use. A small part of that culture is still with us, but mostly in objects of art.

Indian brass is renowned the world over. The next time you are travelling around the world, consider the possibility that the potted planter in the foyer of a Manhattan hotel or Tokyo corporate office comes from a little-known village in India.

And on that uplifting note, here are 7 ways to make the fine art of Indian brassware a part of your spaces.

1. KNOCK ON BRASS:

Knock on wood (and brass) and pave the way for better things to come with this beatific Buddha knocker from Houzzplus.

2. STANDING GANESHA:

A standout offering in hand-sculpted, carved, and crafted art is this regal offering in distinctive brass from Imli Street.

 

3. YOURS UNFORGETTABLY:

The eternal love story from Indian mythology, embellished by the ancient art of Dhokra and brassware, and enhanced with a touch of timeless utility is this Radha-Krishna key holder from HandWorkz.

 

4. BOWLED OVER:

De Kulture Works invites you to acquaint yourself with this distinguished-looking set of brass bowls that is well designed and skilfully hand hammered for décor and daily use. Welcome.

5. TICK TALK:

Now showing, vintage time clock in brass and classic design for your consideration. Made by Unravel India, this is a stylish and discerning way to pass time.

6. NAMING MATTERS:

When it comes to name plates, the material you make them in matters. This naming medium in wood and brass is a refined way to make your presence felt right from the get-go.

7. THREE’S COMPANY:

You’ll be drawn to the beauty, convenience, versatility, and originality of this triple set of store-boxes in wood and intricate brass work from Auraz Design. Get into it.

 

Avinash Subramaniam

Avinash has been an advertising writer, fiction writer, poetry writer, freelance writer and serial wronger. Other roles he has been in include those of an editor, brand builder, and teacher. His interests include advertising, scrabble, body building, chess, cinema, making money, reading, internet culture, cricket, photography. To hear him air his thoughts, follow him on Twitter @armchairexpert.

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