Copper products are always treated as ritual objects during festive and ceremonial occasions. The traditional objects like idols of deities, Kalash (holy pot), Ghagars (pitchers), Diyas (copper lamps), vases, and spoons are made for worshipping purposes. Other objects like water filter, glasses, mugs and water pots are made which are essential for daily life.
The utensils and traditional products are beautifully embellished with embossed work. The motifs include zig-zag patterns, leaf, flower and straight line patterns. Heavy elaborated work depicting flowers, petals, curved stems creepers and images of deities. Few traditional motifs like small circular dots are made on the outer surface of the product by beating with hammer, the beating also helps to make base of the product strong. The dot pattern products are well known traditional products right from ancient days all over India and still continued.
The products are sold in local bazaar and also in local fairs held at Jauljibi, Gaunchar and Almora. Few products are exported to Nepal for marketing. The price range of these copper product vary from place to place and also as per the complexity of workmanship.