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Kansa Dinner Set 11.5 inch Thaali | Set of 6 pieces
  • Kansa Dinner Set 11.5 inch Thaali | Set of 6 pieces

    • Product Specification

      Explore our collection and discover the perfect balance of style and substance. Elevate your dining space with the timeless allure of our Kansa Dinner Set in glossy finish – where tradition meets contemporary elegance.

      The set contains a serving plate, 2 bowls, 1 dessert dish 1 spoon & a tumbler.


      • Thaali: 11.5 inch dia, weighs 940-950g approx, 1 inch height
      • Bowl: 3.5 inch dia, weighs 140-150 g, 1.5 inch height
      • Glass: 3 inch dia, 3 inch height, weighs 170-180g
      • Spoon: 6.5" length, weighs 70-80g
      • Dessert Bowl: 4 inch dia, 0.8 inch height, 130-140 gm

      Total weight: 1500 gm approx


      Care : To care for a Kansa utensils, follow these guidelines:

      • Washing: After each use, wash the Kansa Thali set with warm water and mild dish soap. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or scrubbers that could damage the metal. Gently clean each piece, making sure to remove any food residue or stains. Rinse thoroughly and dry with a soft cloth.
      • Avoid Harsh Chemicals: Do not use harsh chemicals, such as bleach or strong detergents, as they can tarnish or corrode the Kansa Thali set. Stick to gentle dish soaps or natural cleaning agents.
      • Storing: Store the Kansa Thali set in a clean and dry place. If possible, wrap each piece individually in soft cloth or tissue paper to prevent scratching or damage. Avoid stacking the pieces directly on top of each other, as this may lead to scratches or dents.
      • Pitambari Powder: We recommend occasional use of pitambari powder to maintain the natural gleam of all metal products. 

      All metals tend to tarnish overtime but they are build to last generations.

      Generally, bell metal is relatively sturdy and resistant to corrosion, making it suitable for various applications such as utensils, sculptures, and bells. However, like any material, it can break under excessive force, impact, or if it's dropped from a significant height.

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