drinking container (food service)

One of a set of three ‘bronze’ water pots, metal, in Bhojpuri style, made by K. Shakya of Taksar village near Bhojpur. All with wide globular bodies, high neck and fine finish. This is a spouted drinking vessel, koruwa, which has a round base, a bulbous body and a lip around the rim. The spout is attached to the main body.

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