This terracotta midnight vase is a statement artifact that has been crafted using the art of pottery. Pottery thrives in India as a cultural art and the Khavda Pottery of Gujarat uses a special mud acquired from a lake in the Rann of Kutch are some examples of the art of pottery in India.
Size: H22cm x W26cm x D12cm
Care: wash by hand - do not place in dishwasher.
Pottery is the art of giving identity to clay and shaping them into vessels. Earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain are the main types of pottery. Clay or other ceramic materials are first kneaded to ensure even moisture content and make sure there is no air trapped within. It is then shaped using hands on a potter's wheel and dried. The dried vessel is then fired inside a furnace to make it hard and durable.