This radiant Teertha spoon from decades past makes for an exquisite addition to your pooja thali. Well crafted in bronze, this stunner features an elongated handle with a deep, circular, spoon well on one end and a floral motif on the other. Small engravings make up for the aesthetic elements and can be seen spread along the handle and the flower petals. The spoon well has a pointed lip and fine engravings on the inner surface. A gorgeous patina envelops the entirety of the spoon adding to its vintage charm.
This stunner has been procured from Kumbakonam and are estimated to be between 40 and 50 years of age.
Styling and usage: This beautiful theertha spoon can be used along with a panchapatra and be made part of a pooja thali. It can also be mounted onto ornate frames making for a great display piece.
Significant feature: Pointed lip on spoon well, flower motif, excellent bronze craftsmanship.