Black magic of Bidri


Bidri metal art holds a significant position in the ancient handicrafts and is recognized by art lovers all across the world. Majestic artifacts seems to tell the tale of Moghul Era in India as they stand as symbol of Royalty and Timeless Beauty. The metal used is a blackened alloy of zinc and copper inlaid with thin sheets of pure silver. This native art form has obtained Geographical Indications (GI) registry as it can be manufactured only in the town of Bidar, India.

Earlier, Bidriware were used for making hookahs, paan-holders and vases but now keepsakes, bowls, trays, ornament boxes, other jewelry and showpiece items are made from it. Our collection has both traditional artifacts as well as contemporary lighter keepsakes.