"The beautiful craft of making blue pottery, originated in Central Asia, in the 14th Century. This technique of using blue glaze on pottery made from Fuller's Earth ( Multani mitti ), combined with Chinese glazing technology and Persian decorative designs painted on them, was first developed by Mongolian craftsmen." For many centuries this technique was used only to make tiles to decorate mosques, tombs and palaces in Central Asia.
The Mughals, copying the structures from beyond the Samarkhand mountains, imported this craft to India. Kashmiri potters began using this blue glazed work for more than just architectural accessories.
We produce replica of this magnificent art using clay pots instead of marble utensiles.