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Reinventing tradition

The age old technique of making copper ware gets a new lease of life through Pune based Studio Coppre.

It shines more than gold and its malleability is better than silver. Yet most don't give it a second look. But this wasn't always the case. Back in the 17th century, metalworking artisans called Tambats migrated to

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