Tin (Eeyam)

Rasam is a unique dish and has been part of South Indian traditions for very long time. Speaking to few grand mothers who explained the authentic rasam taste is derived from making it in the “Eeya chombu” and nothing else, got us excited to search for the makers of this unique vessel. Our Journey took us to Cumbakonam and Mayavaram region where walking across streets for hours and asking many shop owners helped us identify the original makers of these products. Unfortunately there are only three artisans left who knows how to make these vessels. Our sole objective is to make this vessel part of every house hold before it becomes “Antique”

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  1. Eeya chombu (Tin vessel) - Adukku-Medium Eeya chombu (Tin vessel) - Adukku-Medium
    Remember the days when rasam used to taste out of this world? When you close you ...
  2. Eeya chombu (Tin vessel) - Adukku Shape
    Adukku shape is a modern day adaptation of the traditional Tin utensil.  R ...
    ₹3,250.00 - ₹4,000.00
  3. Eeya chombu (Tin vessel) - Kinnam Shape
    Kinnam shape is a modern day adaptation of the traditional Tin utensil.  R ...
    ₹3,620.00 - ₹4,150.00
  4. Eeya chombu (Tin vessel) - Vennathazhi Shape
    Vennathazhi is the first shape produced using pure tin metal for cooking purpose ...
    ₹3,550.00 - ₹4,100.00
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