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Ranga Brassware- Jewellers Pilimatalawa

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11 months ago Vendors & Suppliers Pilimatalawa   96 views

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  • Ranga Brassware- Jewellers
Location: Pilimatalawa
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Pilimathalawa is a small town in Kandy District,10 km away from Kandy, the district capital and 104 km away from Colombo. The meaning of "Thalawa" is the flat area in Sinhalese. "Pilima" means the statues. The real name may be or not created by those. The ancient village name has now got standardised to Pilimatalawa. This village is famous for Traditional Brassware. Gadaladeniya, Lankathilaka Buddhist temples and Embekka temple are important places around Pilimathalawa.
Sri Lanka's traditional brass ornaments have added beauty and elegance to households in the island for centuries. Lighting a traditional oil lamp is a key event at any auspicious occasion in Sri Lanka.
Brassware is produced in two main techniques: wrought and cast.
Bowls, tea services, trays, and ornamental ware as well as decorative ware are produced in wrought technique.
stall holds many traditional items like oil lamps, elephants, ash-trays, vases, statues of Lord Buddha and many other ornamental items. Varying from a few inches to about five feet is the traditional oil lamp which is mainly used at weddings and other functions. Often these items are used for ornamental purposes as brassware adds a touch of richness to any interior decor