Hand painted enamel work from Kashmir are large shallow utensils using traditional techniques by talented artisans.that are used to serve a large number of foods. They are usually flat but have raised edges.
Kashmiri enamel work is done using patterns and designs on metal objects which are traditionally done on paper. These are vintage gypsy style stainless steel tea/spice/sugar/coffee containers hand painted by incredibly talented artisans in Kashmir, India.
The Kashmir painting is actually done with the hands of our artists mostly women in downtown Srinagar The art was introduced in Kashmir in the 15th century by a prince who spent years in prison in Samarkand Central Asia.