The jerry can copper water flask as an idea emerged from my favourite playground of inspiration -the
objects in my craftsmen's workshop. Large plastic jerry cans are longitudinally cut and used as
waterbaths, smaller ones are often sliced and used as wastebins.
Today where most traditional utensils and vessels have transformed from terracotta and metal alloys
to plastic, we took the other direction yet cheekily staying true to a form that is now widely made in plastic.
Copper as a medium has been traditionally known for it's therapeutic properties.
Water kept overnight in copper lotas is meant to have cleansing properties when sipped.
Here is a more quirky vessel that looks cool on your bedside table as well as on your study/work