Kansa Plate / Bell Metal Plate
kansa plate
kansa plate

Kansa Plate / Bell Metal Plate

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Kansa an amalgamation of copper and tin, Ayurveda, talks about healing properties of it as a metal.

Kansa is a difficult metal to work with, and can only be moulded when hot. This causes its highly unique feature of no two plates looking exactly the same. Every Kansa dinner set you hold is a limited edition, crafted just for you. This extraordinary product requires a complete day to be made. It's a package of health and artisan story. buy it to appreciate the beauty of organic.

  • Size in inches (lxbxh): 11 x 11
  • Weight in kg : between 0.6 - 0.7
  • Finish: Golden Finish  with lines (73% copper 27% tin roughly)
  • Note:  Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products.

  • What is the ratio of metal? P-Tal usually believes in relying on artisan knowledge for making kansa alloy. It generally comprises of 23% tin and 77% copper
  • What is Kansa? Kansa is an Alloy (metal) that has presence of tin it and hence you do not require tin coating or kalai
  • 1. Kansa is one of the best metals to eat food from.
  • 2. It does not require any major cleaning efforts, Instead the color of kansa enhances with every wash.
  • 3. You may find different colours of Kansa/Bronze in the market, since there is no Standard procedure of making it. Higher the consistency of tin more whitish tone would be visible in it

    Cleaning Hacks

    It can be difficult to see the ageing of metal but that is the sign of purity!
    This product can be washed normally like other utensils. A day in an entire week can be kept for special cleaning incase needed. Pitambari powder, which is easily available in the market, can be applied to the products and rinsed off with water to give them a shiny look. Feel free to use household sour elements like a mixture of tamarind+salt or a mixture of wheat+vinegar/lime+salt, if pitambari is not available.


    Imperfections are the hallmark and beauty of handcrafted products. Minor black marks and scratches are part of the process of making brass, copper and kansa products. We do not accept returns for such minor marks and hope you embrace the beauty and accept them in their raw form.