The traditional popular products of this craft are Paandaan (containing boxes of various items used to prepare a paan), Khaasdaan (the pots in which the prepared paans are kept and served), Ughaldaan (used as spittoons which are necessary after chewing pan), Wazoo ka lota, (water pot used for washing hands before Namaaz), Lagan (paraat), Sini (metal plate for covering), Kabgir-chammach (cooking utensils), Deg (cooking pot) and jugs. Alams are also a significant product of this craft. Raju is an Alam specialist and his products are sent to Bombay, from where they are exported to all parts of the world. These Alams are decorated in Muslim homes and mosques. Bought by Shia muslims, these are passed on from one generation to another - like a legacy!
New products with contemporary utility like kettles, fish shaped platters, coasters and fruit bowls are also being made in small sizes for gifting purposes under the label ‘Thatera’.
Care: As it is a natural quality of copper to oxidize over time, it is advised that these intricate items be cleaned with vinegar and salt using a non-scratch cloth to reduce oxidization.