Inlayed in the best of its skills with the reconstituted stones of red, green and shades of blue flaunting its antique style and decorated curves in the most beauteous ways. Urli in basic language is a kind of a bowl, used in ancient times, especially in South Indian states as a traditional cookware, commonly made of clay, copper and bronze. As we have progressed with time, these ethnic articles have also been modified, but keeping the roots intact.
The one that you see on this page is embellished by square shaped light blue stones covering the circumference with the two half drop shaped handles on either sides and a double border of alternate red and dark blue stones in squares that adjoin to a thin strip of green and red circles.
As you look precisely you will notice that the dual stylistic border at the brim is of the same kind with a visible natural brass color near the top. Apart from its symbolic use, this urli can also be used as a decorative artefact by either keeping it raw or by filling it with water and floating petals, flowers or candles. You may also like to know that in the current trend, a brass urli is considered to be the most gracious one.