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Black Pottery workshop visit
A visit to a black pottery workshop to learn about the long and difficult process undertaken to produce this particular style of earthenware.
Black Pottery, commonly manufactured in Ranthambore, is a beautifully smooth ebony pottery that has a number of uses such as Gods’ idols, vases, cups and saucers and water jugs. The technique is believed to have originated in China in the Neolithic period. This tour will take you to a black pottery workshop where you will learn about the incredibly lengthy process required to create it. The clay has to be collected before its shape can be formed, scraped and sanded and burnished to a high sheen, before being decorated. The black pottery is rubbed with oil and fired twice, which gives it its smooth black finish.
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