This set of offeringbowls were hand crafted by Tibetan artists in Nepal. The base is made of copper, while the rim is intricately designed sterling silver.
Water bowls are traditionally offered every morning on Buddhist shrines and altars as a means of practicing generosity. As a set of seven, they represent the offering of drinking water, wash water, flowers, incense, light, perfume and food. They are generally filled from left to right and consecrated with mantras and prayers mantras such as Ocean of Siddhis. handmade by Tibetan artists in Nepal