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Traditional Brass Roti Box

Your Price: ₹2,500.00

(Incl. of all taxes)

In stock
Only 2 unit left!
Estimated delivery date between 03-Feb-2022 to 05-Feb-2022

About Zishta Traditional Brass Roti Box

  • Traditionally in Maharashtra and most central India, Brass is the only metal used to store cooked roti. 
  • The brass box comes with tin coating to make the container safe for storing cooked food. 
  • Traditional use of brass is to preserve the rich anti-oxidant properties of the contet stored in them. 
  • Brass helps in retaining the softness of roti and keep them fresh and soft while storing the cooked rotis in the dabba.
  • Zishta in collaboration with the Traditional artisans of Maharashtra bring you the authentic hand crafted Brass roti box which fits in to your modern kitchen with ease. 
  • Relive your golden memories and transport you to your grandmother’s kitchen!
  • Zishta cookware are tested in NABL accredited laboratory and comply with EU standards for Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS).

Product Specifications

SizeWeight (Kg)Height In CMDiameter In CM
Medium  0.8 5.1 17.8


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.

  • Brass usage dates back milleniums especially for cooking and storing. 
  • Use of brass roti box can be dated back centuries in the central India region especially in Maharashtra and surrounding states. 
  • Traditionally all brass cooking / storage vessels are always done with tin coating on the inside to enable storage of a variety of cooked and raw food. Tin coating helps to protect food from reacting with the metal. 
  • Brass is known for its anti-oxidant property and enables preserving the anti-oxidants in cooked or preserved food.  
  • The Tambat makers of Maharashtra have unique skills honed over centuries to work with Copper and brass metals
  • The process starts with making of a mould and making the rough product and processing the same. This process is a crafts secret which is shared only within the Tambat community
  • The rough products are hand worked for 3-4 hours with a finely balanced hand hammer beat on the surface to provide the unique craftsmen signature.
  • Brass is the preferred alloy for making roti box the as it lasts longer and does not impact the quality of food stored in them. 
  • Brass being a good conductor of heat , helps in removing the moisture and maintain the softness of the roti stored in them. 
  • Lasts for generations. 
  • No harmful metals or chemicals. Tested for quality.
  • The brass roti dabba has tin coating on the inner surface. Use mild detergents , sponge to clean to prevent erossion of the coating. 
  • Brass oxidisation is normal and soak brass box in water with tamarind or lime or vinegar. This will help in removing certain level of oxidisation and bring back the shine.
  • As box is coated with tin, can be used to store acidic food items as well. 
  • Do not use wire scrubs for cleaning.  
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