A large Indian bronze temple bowl or Urli (Uruli)
A large Indian bronze temple bowl Urli (Uruli)
Kerala, first half 19th century.
Of typical round form with scroll handles.
Diam. 68 cm
Urli are a traditional cookware extensively used in the South Indian state of Kerala and a few neighboring places. It is also pronounced as Uruli and was commonly made of clay, copper and bronze.
For another example of the same see Christie’s sale 4300, Lot 353 of the Collection of Baron and Baroness Sweerts de Landas Wyborgh
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