Floral Fantasy Tray

Blue Pottery,



From 17th century Jaipur, comes the craft form known as blue pottery. Developed by Mongol artisans, the art of using blue glaze on pottery is an imported technique that traversed the world before making its way to India. It is the only pottery technique that does not utilise clay. Inspired from the exotic land of Persia, floral motifs combine with the colours blue, green and yellow to give you an unforgettably, artistic tray.

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An art connoisseur such as you has a love for the unique and the extraordinary. This painting from Raghurajpur in Odisha satisfies your aesthetic sensibilities on many levels. It is created using simple palm leaves, stuck together, and then painstakingly etched in intricate designs. Floral patterns, mythological tales and scenes from daily life are usually the theme for these exquisite creations. Be the proud owner of one such painting today.

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    Process of Making

    Quartz powder, Multani Mitti, scrap glass, Katria Gond, and Saaji are used to make the dough for Blue Pottery. Firstly, Multani Mitti, scrap glass, Katria Gond, and Saaji are broken and grinded into fine powder. The mixture is kneaded properly to prepare non-sticky dough which is kept for at least 7-8 hours before using it.Artisans develop moulds in Plaster of Paris to caste the desired shape of the blue pottery products. Desired amount of the prepared dough is taken and rolled over the base sto...

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    Process of Making

    Anatomy of the Product

    Length: 29.5
    Width: 18
    Height: 6.5
    Type of Material:Clay/Ceramic, Paint

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