Height 15 cms Width 10 cms
Kashmiri Samovars are not just functional objects but also works of art. The designs and patterns on the Samovars often depict scenes from daily life, religious motifs, or intricate floral patterns. The craft of making Kashmiri Samovars has been passed down through generations of artisans, and it continues to be an essential part of Kashmiri culture.
Kashmiri Samovar is a traditional tea kettle made of Paper Mache, a material made of paper pulp mixed with adhesive and molded into different shapes. The craft of Paper Mache is believed to have been introduced to Kashmir by the Mughals in the 15th century.