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Copper Tumbler India Drinkware Glasses Set of 2


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  • 2 Copper serving bowls katoris for Indian food
  • Inside stainless steel, outside copper.
  • Size: Dia 3 inches, Height 1.5 inches, Weight 250 gms
  • Handmade by artisans of Mathura in north India.
  • Best for special occasions and festivals

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds
  • ASIN: B003A545NK
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #513,624 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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A sumptuous Indian dinner would be incomplete without refreshing libations to make toasts with. Say "cheers" with Indian Copper Tumblers!

A staple of Indian tableware, these tumbler glasses, more commonly known as "gilas," are used to enjoy milk, water, or lassi (a traditional yogurt-based Punjabi drink). They can conveniently be used for both hot and cold beverages, with help from their ergonomic construction. Containing steel interiors plus double metal layers with air at its center, these cups ensure that beverages maintain their original temperature for a much longer period. This means extended celebrations and more merrymaking!

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I bought a pair of these tumblers for my boyfriend after he fell in love with them at our favorite Indian restaurant. The restaurant was selling them for $40 a piece, and I got them here for $40 for the pair. He uses them for cold beer, and couldn't be happier! They arrived quickly and the customer service I received was fantastic. I would recommend both the product and the company.
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By sal troisi on December 1, 2014
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Patricia VINE VOICE on June 12, 2011
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Every once in a while, when you buy something, and hold it in your hand, you know you have purchaeed something very special. This is especially a treat when you buy something from an online store -- becaue, despite any pictures, you really can't be 100% sure of what it's like, as you can't actually see or handle it in reality before buying. Online buying IS very convenient...but, unless you have seen and/or purchaed and/or used an item before=hand, you can never be 100% certain of what you are purchasing.

Well, I saw the picture of this pair of COPPER TUMBER INDIA DRINKWARE GLASSES SET OF 2, on Amazon, read the description....and just about fell in love with them. The country of India has always had a special mystery for me -- maharajas and maharanis who were able to keep their titles, even during the British colonial period, (and even now, afterwards!), a crowded, poor country, yet --but SO fiercely proud of itself and its culture. A country where the majority of people practice Hinduism -- a religion with many, many gods, which yet believes in goodness and kindness and fairness, as much as the One-God religions of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. A land of beautiful architecture and incredible countryside. And SO much more! I guess I've been sort of "hooked" on India and its culture, since I saw the adventures of "Gunga, the Elephant Boy", starring Sabu, a as little girl. Learning, later, that actress Merle Oberon was, in fact, NOT desended from fairies, (as I had always believed), but was, actually, Indian, hersself, only added to this facination. (As did the much later learning that India is not only full of handome men and beautiful women -- but that many of these good-looking folks are also highly intelligent....
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