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Theki – Indigenous Device From Nepal For Churning Butter

Uncategorized By June 8, 2016 Tags: , , , , ,

I stepped out to get clothes off the line and I almost fainted, OMG! The heat is outrageous. The minute I dumped the clothes on the bed, I thought I should have a glass of lassi or buttermilk. Well, thanks to technology, I just grabbed some yoghurt from the refrigerator, put it in the juicer, added a few ice cubes,…

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An intricately carved four post antique cot with canopy can be re-purposed as a divan with arrangement of bolsters and pillows

Bedroom Décor With Antiques-Few Incredible Ideas

Uncategorized By May 21, 2016 Tags: , , , , , ,

With antiques in the house becoming the trend- when decorating the house, it is a great idea to carry the antiques into the bedroom as well. There are several ways you can do this, from something as bold as changing your bed to an old fashioned four poster bed to adding cozy reading corners to focus on particular objects. Here…

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Antique hand-held brass fan with peacock neck handle

Antique Hand-held Brass Fan

most viewed By April 11, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

I am going to present to you an antique hand-held brass fan which I have collected recently that was used by a rich landlord during the Zamindari system in pre-independence India. This beautiful brass fan is acquired from a gentleman by name Adinarayanan whose great grandfather was working as a chief accountant for a wealthy landlord in present Tamil Nadu…

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Marachombu with lid that is used to carry water during journey

My Experience With Using Antique Vessels For Cooking And Drinking Water

most viewed By March 28, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

Here’s a new guest post. Sushma, is an ardent follower of ykantiques.com. After realising the benefits of using traditional cooking vessels, she has discarded the modern kitchenware like pressure cookers and non-stick cookware one fine morning and started using only traditional cookware made of brass, bronze, copper, iron and earthen pots. She proudly says that neither she nor her husband…

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Decorating old-world in a modern home

Uncategorized By February 29, 2016

Ever walk past those big old houses with the old furniture and the old glassware that sits prettily in the shelves? Their garage sales must be something, right? To have a similarish feel in your own house, you don’t really have to look too far, go look into your attic you might find something super cool as well! One of…

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Mystical Copper vessel

most viewed By February 24, 2016 Tags: , , , ,

Copper has played an important role in human civilization. It is one such element that has been extensively used in shaping up the history and culture of Asian countries and the world at large.Copper holds the significance of being an essential mineral required by our body to finding a place in the temples and monasteries as a vessel of prime…

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A Door into the Past

most viewed By February 2, 2016 Tags: , , , , , , , , , ,

                Update: Here’s a video we’ve recently done. Do check it out and read the article for detailed information. Gather around on the rug, its story time! The sun is beginning to rise with its rays just beginning to filter in through the windows of the house. It wakes up a small boy, all of his seven years apparent in…

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Personal encounter with Antiques!

most viewed By January 18, 2016

I have known YK Sir for little over a month now, we were introduced by a common friend and since then we have been exchanging mails and talking over the phone. I can say we have been bonding over antiques. We never met officially until last Saturday (26th December, 2015). After exchanging a couple of mails- planning our rendezvous, we…

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