The Donga Indian Serveware Soup Tureen with Glass Lid called donga. A donga is similar to a western soup tureen in that it has a tapered body and a lid with a decorative handle. The lid on the top of the copper kitchenware helps to keep foods hot until they reach the table and can also seal moisture inside of dishes to keep them from drying out. In India, a copper kitchen donga is often used to serve biryani and curry over rice; however, you can easily use this Indian Serveware as a soup tureen for any recipe.
The outside of the bowls is made out of hammered copper for beauty, and the inside is lined with nonreactive, noncorrosive stainless steel to enhance durability and protect food. The lid on each soup tureen has an ornately engraved handle for added style. Each of the Indian Serveware bowls holds 750 milliliters of food, which is typically a double portion. The bowls measure 6.5 inches in diameter at their widest points, and they weigh 780 grams. With the lid is in place, one of these pieces of copper kitchenware measures 4.5 inches, and the bowl is 2.5 inches tall without the lid.This tableware item is made in premium grade copper metal sheet which make the item more durable than other similar looking but cheaper Items. Higher grade copper metal sheet also preserves the shine of the items over many years. While comparing two similar looking copper tableware items, customers may like to look at the weight of the items.