Pewter is an alloy consisting of mostly tin and it is the fourth most precious metal. It also has very small amounts of antimony and copper which is added
mainly for strength and/or colour.
Tepak sirih is one of the objects of the cultural heritage of the Malays that are still being used as a medium during a ceremony among the Malay community including proposing, engagement and marriage, as well as used, in official and royal ceremonies. A Tepak Sireh is a traditional Malay metal container for storing betel leaves used for chewing.
This Tepak Sireh is made from highly polished fine Malaysian pewter with gold plated and surrounded with songket border. Actual product comes with clear glass front. There may be slight color difference due to lighting and screen. Perennial classics that defy time and style, these objects remain firm favourites for unique gifting.
Weight : 500 gram
Measurement : 20cm x 20cm x 2.4cm