Eeya chombu (Tin vessel) - Kinnam Shape

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Size

Weight (Kg)

Capacity (Litres)

Diameter In CM

Height In CM

Medium

0.50

0.7 - 0.8

13.5

9.0

Large

0.72

1.0 - 1.1

15.5

10.0

DISCLAIMER

All our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.

99%

Pure Tin is used in making this vessel

Lead free, safe tin vessel , tested for purity

Customer Reviews

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Bindu Mohanan M.

Good size ! Excellent quality

Dear Bindu

You are an ardent supporter of our cause to revive traditions and an authority in this subject. We love your feedback always.

Regards
Team Zishta

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Sunitha K N.

We had ordered a medium size Tin vessel but we have received a SMALL Size Tin vessel as checked the width and breadth not matching as per medium size.Order#32746

Dear Sunitha

We denote size based on capacity in terms of ltrs and not by dimensions. You can be rest assured that the vessel capacity would be between 700- 800 ml as mentioned in the website.

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Surepalli M.

Quality wise it's awesome but my only thing is, it is very less quantity only 400ml water only It's occupied. I saw other site , they give 750ml quantity 4450..before I ordered brass kadai, iron cast kadai and strainer quality and price is sooo good no complaints about it.. But this only quantity and price disappointed

Hi Surepalli

Thank you very much for your review. We will surely look at the capacity and fix the same from our end. We are excited that you enjoy the products from Zishta.

Regards
Team Zishta

01
Making of Zishta Kalchatti

The story behind the Craft

First molten tin is poured to form a thick sheet and that is slowly beaten with wooden hammers and tools to bring them to the final shape. It take 6-7 hours to make one vessel.

02

Tastiest Rasam in the World

Tin is known to react positively with the tamarind and spices used in making Rasam. Once you have tasted the rasam in an Eeya Chombu, there is no going back!

03

Health Benefits

Tin as per "Ayurveda" assists in managing the phlegm ("Kapa") in our body. Long term usage assists in diabetes management, UTI prevention and improves gut health.

04

Other Uses of Eeya Chombu

Apart from making the tastiest rasam, the tin vessel can be used to make tangy dal, Set curd, Store cooked food or Make Kashayam.

You can use this vessel as long as dish is liquid and does not need tadka to begin with.

01
Making of Zishta Kalchatti

The story behind the Craft

First molten tin is poured to form a thick sheet and that is slowly beaten with wooden hammers and tools to bring them to the final shape. It take 6-7 hours to make one vessel.

02

Tastiest Rasam in the World

Tin is known to react positively with the tamarind and spices used in making Rasam. Once you have tasted the rasam in an Eeya Chombu, there is no going back!

03

Health Benefits

Tin as per "Ayurveda" assists in managing the phlegm ("Kapa") in our body. Long term usage assists in diabetes management, UTI prevention and improves gut health.

04

Other Uses of Eeya Chombu

Apart from making the tastiest rasam, the tin vessel can be used to make tangy dal, Set curd, Store cooked food or Make Kashayam.

You can use this vessel as long as dish is liquid and does not need tadka to begin with.

Please follow the instrucutions provided below to use the tin vessel effectively

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