A quintessential utensil to make steamed delicacies like modaks
The Modak Patr is a quintessential utensil in the Maharashtrian and South Indian kitchen. It is used to make steamed delicacies like modaks - a much loved sweetmeat that is a must-make delicacy during the Ganesh Festival each year.
This product is made by artisans of the Tambat Metalcraft, Pune, Maharashtra. The legacy of the Tambat Craftspeople who handcraft Copper products dates to the 17th century when they were invited to Pune by the Peshwas after Shivaji set up the city as the capital city of the Maratha Empire. 'Matharkaam' or beaten work is the distinguishing feature of Tambat craft.
Condition: This is a remake of a traditional product. Replicable on request. It retains the rustic charm common in handcrafted pieces.