A small Brass Ink Pot to store your smallest most treasured items.
If you love tiny things, then these brass pots are just for you! Originally these brass ink pots were used for coloured tikka and used in ceremonies or blessings between Hindus. Small enough to hold in one's hands, they would carry them around quite easily.
Today, these pots or ink wells can be used for a variety of things; they could be a lovely container for your kid's teeth, you could write a wish or prayer on a piece of paper and keep it inside, they can hold rings or they can of course just be decorative.
Brass Ink Pot Size: Diameter 5cm x 5.5cm.
This brass pieces are not new. They have decades of historical use behind them, how cool is that?! They are commonly referred to as Kumkum Tikka Brass Pots. They are each slightly different from one another, so the one you receive might vary from the one photographed. They have a nice patina to them, a rustic appeal, from years of use.
If you saw them and the quote from Zoolander came to mind 'what is this, a centre for ants?!' then you're not alone!