Brass Plate Set - 6 pieces set
Brass Plate Set - 6 pieces set
Brass Plate Set - 6 pieces set
Brass Plate Set
Brass Dinner Set Collection
Brass tableware

Brass Plate Set - 6 pieces set

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Food is a way of life. It is often said you are what you eat. You are also How you eat! The brass plate set from P-TAL resonated with lifestyle, culture & elegance. The set is curated especially keeping in mind Indian food habits. The katoris & glasses are all tin-coated that infuse cooked food with a unique flavour. The set makes for a wonderful gift & also a very tasteful personal choice. 

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Description of all Pcs

  • Brass Plate (1pc)
    • Size in inches (lxbxh): 12 x 12 
    • Weight in kg : 0.6- 0.7
    • Finish: Plain Golden Finish on the outside 
    • Note:  Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products.

  • Quarter Plate (1 pc)
    • Size in inches (lxbxh): 9 x 9 
    • Weight in kg : between 0.25 - 0.3
    • Finish: Plain Golden Finish on the outside
    • Note:  Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products.

  • Bowl (2 pcs)
    • Size in inches (lxbxh): 4 x 4 x 2
    • Weight in kg : between 0.08- 0.1
    • Finish: Plain Golden Finish on the outside and Silver (tin) on the inside. 
    • Note:  Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products.
  • Brass Glass (S)
    • Capacity: 350 ml
    • Size in inches (lxbxh) : 3.35 x 3.25 x 5
    • Weight in kg : between 0.21- 0.3
    • Finish: Hammered Golden Finish on the outside and Silver (tin) on the inside. 
    • Note:  Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products.
  • Brass Spoon
    • Weight in kg : between 0.03
    • Size : Std. 7"
    • Finish: Plain Golden Finish on the outside and Silver (tin) on the inside. 
    • Note:  Any variation in weight & size are the characteristic of handcrafted products.
  • 1.Why are plates/Thalis not tin coated ? Tin coating helps in avoiding any kind of toxic reaction of sour foods. Dry foods like rice & roti can be easily eaten in non-coated thalis also. However , in case you are looking to use it for something like rice and rasam we suggest you prefer kansa.
  • 2.Why are katoris/glasses silver on the inside - Silver is the tin coating which was traditionally called Kalai and is done to keep it from reacting with saur things like curd, buttermilk etc.
  • 1. Thatheras had stopped making these utensils because they thought who would buy these uneven thalis against the perfectly machine made thalis, but well the beauty of handcrafted imperfections go beyond words. Some of the thalis and plates are better than what machines can do, and they are heavier.
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    Did you know

    Only 13% Nutrients In Food Are Retained When You Cook In Aluminium Or PTFE Non Stick Utensils, Whereas Brass & Copper Retain More Than 90% Nutrients!

    One metal, many benefits

    Why Is Brass Essential For You?

    Adds flavour to your food
    Purifies blood and increases haemoglobin count
    Retains nutrients in the food
    Promotes weight loss
    Prevents abdominal infections
    Healthy for your skin and hair

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    Uncover the P-TAL Experience

    what makes us different

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    BenefitsP-TalStainless
    Steel
    PTFE Teflon
    non-stick
    Cast ironAluminiumCeramics
    100% Non Toxic
    Non-stick
    Good for health
    Retains nutrients
    Heats evenly,
    cooks faster
    Lasts for a
    lifetime
    Adds flavour
    to food

    Thousands of 5 star reviews

    Customers love our products!

    ★★★★★

    P-TAL has truly been a lucky charm! My food looks more pretty and even tastes more delicious in these brass pots. So grateful that I found them!

    ~ Chef Natasha Gandhi
    ★★★★★

    I have bought multiple brass and copper items from P-TAL and my experience has been simply amazing. The products are not only good for health, but also add a beautiful touch to my kitchen and always attract appreciation from all guests!

    ~ Manisha Ahuja
    ★★★★★

    I don't remember when was the last time I saw brass utensils, so when my daughter told me about P-TAL, I had an instant sense of nostalgia looking at their products. I feel so thankful to them for reviving and bringing back our traditional utensils in our kitchens, rab raakha!

    ~ Harbhajan Kaur
    ★★★★★

    I wanted to gift something exciting and different to my friends and that is when I found P-TAL as the perfect choice for gifting exquisite, premium and impactful products. They even helped me in personalising them, overall a great experience!

    ~ Parull Chaudhry
    ★★★★★

    I was looking in the market for brass dinner sets but was not able to find something that looked genuine. When I stumbled upon P-TAL, I thought of giving it a try and I am so happy with their brass dinnerware. Absolutely love the quality and the cause of the brand!

    ~ Dr Shalu Goel

    here to help you

    frequently asked questions

    Can we cook sour items in brass and copper cookware utensils?

    You can absolutely cook anything and everything in brass and copper as long as they are tin coated. The tin coating not only makes it safe for cooking but also adds a lot of flavour to the food.

    Does tarnishing reduce the benefits of the metal?

    Tarnishing of metal is a sign of purity and in no way affects the quality or benefits it imparts.

    Can we use it on induction cooktop?

    No, these metals cannot be used on induction cooktops since these are non-magnetic

    Can we use copper for drinking warm water?

    It is ideally recommended to use copper for normal room temperature water.

    How long does the tin coating (kalai) last on cookware utensils?

    The tin coating usually lasts for around 10-12 months on an average, depending on proper usage of the utensils and maintenance of tin.

    hacks to shine

    Maintain the shine

    P-TAL utensils can be cleaned just like your other utensils. For bringing back the shine, follow the steps mentioned below:

    01

    Wash the utensil with only water to begin with.

    02

    Apply some Pitambari powder and scrub on all parts of the wet vessel.

    03

    If you don’t have Pitambari, use a mixture of 1 bowl of wheat flour (atta), 1 spoon of salt and 2-3 spoons of vinegar.

    04

    Rinse off the Pitambari or your home-made paste with water and wipe off any excess moisture.

    your vessel will now shine like it’s brand new!
    And voila!, your vessel will now shine like it’s brand new!

    'ठ से ठठेरा'

    Made with love by India’s only UNESCO listed artisans

    “Legacy is not leaving something for people, it is leaving something in people.”

    At P-TAL, our aim is to leave a legacy not just in our consumers who use our products, but also in our artisans who make them. With every purchase of P-TAL, an artisan is able to feed his family, educate his children and live a better life.

    Tin Coating

    Key to Kalai

    Kalai is an age old technique of tin coating on utensils which ensures they are food safe and flavourful too!
Worried about fading of kalai (tin) on your utensils? We are here to help you!

    Buy Kalai Kit

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    Good for health

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    Ravindra Kumar Bhandari

    Please let me know if the metal is brass or Kansas( gun metal) as brass utensils react with sour foods and add to toxicity whereas kansa does not react and widely recommended for use.