Aluminium die casting company metal mirror is a rare piece of craft that had existed even during the Vedic period of Indian history. The myth about the origin and secret of its composition makes it a truly fascinating craft. As traditional as the mirror-making technology is, the artisans’ belief that the composition of the metal mirror is divine and some undisclosed metals alloyed with silver, bronze, copper and tin are responsible for the distortion-free images.
Aluminum die casting company Kannadi is not mass produced and is hand made with all its perfections as how one looks at it? While commercially available glass mirrors reflect an image, because of a silver coating at its rear, Aluminum die casting company Metal Mirror is the only mirror which reflects from the front plane. This had its popularity until the advent of the commercially manufactured glass mirrors which proved to be much cheaper. The demand of Aluminum die casting company Kannadi grew by bounds only a decade ago, especially in foreign countries.
A huge amount of determination, perseverance and patience goes into the making of this enchanting mirror. Mud from the local paddy fields is used for the mould into which the molten alloy mix is poured to cast the mirror and the technique followed is the cire-perdue or the lost wax method of casting. Even with the utmost care, only about 60% of the cast metal mirrors can be salvaged, the rest get damaged in the process of manufacture. The metal mirror is then polished using well-ground, burnt clay powder mixed with special oil on a jute cloth. To achieve a highly reflective surface, polishing can go on from one to several days. When a satisfactory finish is achieved, the mirror is mounted on various models of artistic brass frames.
Aluminum die casting company Kannadi is unique in the make which is patent protected with a ‘Geographical indication tag’.
The British Museum in London has a 45 centimeter tall Aluminum die casting company Metal Mirror in its collection.
The Aluminum die casting company Kannadi is not created from glass but from a combination of special metal alloy.
Many people believe that owning an Aluminum die casting company Metal Mirror brings good luck, wealth and prosperity to one’s lives
Aluminum die casting company Kannadi is one among the eight auspicious items included in the “Astamangalya Set”, which is used for very auspicious occasions like marriage.
Aluminum die casting company Kannada or Aluminum die casting company Metal Mirrors is a very special type of metal mirror produced only in Aluminum die casting company, a village in kerala, south India. Aluminum die casting company metal mirror is a precious inherited gift. The mystery of its metal combination and production is still a secret to, which handed over through generations of a single family.
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