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Indian artisans are generally involved in making various types of brass handicrafts. They are approved as much for their beauty and form of strength as their utility. They mostly have traditional skills of casting, decorating great dexterity, delicacy and various tastes of Indians. Modern creation in this brass handicrafts include various latest and outstanding items like intricately carved lamp stands, teapots, wineglasses and many more things.

 

If we discuss about the specific brass handicrafts of Pembarthi, in Andhra Pradesh then we find that it reflects the art forms of the nearby Lepakshi, Orugallu, and Ramappa temples. There are wide range of brassware that are mostly made in traditional or beaten designs in Andhara Pradesh. Those articles include like pots, flowers vases, lamp stands, panels, curtain rings, paperweights and door handles. All these designs cover a wide variety of leaf and floral motifs, the most popular being a stylized goose. Regarding this, Bihar is very well known for brass handicrafts which are special item made with the flexible brass and silver fish. They are also fabricated by a goldsmith community at Haveli Kharagpur in Monghyr district.

 

Apart from this, Jagadhri and Rewari are the natives of brass utensils presented with their traditional qualities of strong functional form and visual harmony in Haryana. Whereas, in Kashmir, bowls, cooking vessels, flasks, tumblers and similar products are the most common items. They often embellished with highly stylized motifs like the badam (almond), the mehrab (arch), chinar leaf and intertwining vine and exhibiting a degree of skill at deep engraving or repose.


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Indian artisans are generally involved in making various types of brass handicrafts. They are approved as much for their beauty and form of strength as their utility.