We have curated this beautiful trousseau for you keeping different aspects in mind. All the Pieces you see in it are handcrafted and handwoven. How we look at at a wedding trousseau is something of value that should last a 100 years from now and more.
Contents of our trousseau carrying the essence of Punjab:
1 pc Wooden Trunk: A beautiful vintage trunk to hold all your memories. This wooden trunk can also be used as a coffee table later.
1 pc P-TAL Copper Water Dispenser (5L) alongwith 2 pcs copper glasses: Water Dispenser is a favourite among people. To keep the characteristics of copper intact, it's ideal to consume it from copper glass and so we have curated the set of two glasses with a 5L Copper water dispenser.
4 sets of P-TAL Kansa Thaali Sets: Kansa also called bell metal in english is one of the best metals to eat food from, it's an alloy of tin and copper, both metals being considerably good for health. We have included 4 sets of Kansa Thaali each of which comprises of 1 Kansa Thaali, 2 Kansa Katoris, 1 Kansa Glass and 1 Kansa spoon.
1 pc Brass Kadhai (3L): With the nutritious value of copper & zinc; this Brass Kadhai is the perfect cookware that stands for vintage love along with the healthy soul. Brass Kadhai is a sought after addition to all kitchens looking for non-stick cookware. A revelation in the world of cooking; P-TAL brings back the traditional Kadhai in a contemporary fashion.
All P-TAL products are curated on the Ayurvedic Mantra of Cooking in Brass, Drinking From Copper & Eating in Kansa.
We also have other signature favourites of Punjab:
1 pc Phulkari Dupatta: Phulkari refers to the folk embroidery of Punjab. Although Phulkari means floral work, the designs include not only flowers but also cover motifs and geometrical shapes. Inclusion of Phulkari dupatta is not only beautiful but very traditional and auspicious.
1 pc Panja Durrie: Panja dhurries are one-of-a-kind rugs that are famous for their high quality, sturdiness, and long-lasting nature. These dhurries are handwoven and the design is perfected with the use of the Panja, a metallic claw-like tool used to beat and set the threads in the warp.
3 pcs Drawstrings (Azarband): The art of making 'azarband', or elaborately woven nalas or drawstrings, was slowly fading out, until recently. A group of dedicated women are trying to revive the lost craft, which used to be an integral part of every Punjabi household in the past.