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Crafting ceramics is a meticulous and time-consuming process that involves several steps. We've brought you these trinket dishes in collaboration with Pankhuri of Jungle Parade

Learn about the love that goes behind crafting your dish below: 

Step 1:

Clay is first hand-kneaded and then rolled out into a slab. Forms are then cut and shaped into dishes with precision and care. These dishes are then covered and left to dry slowly, as rushing the drying process can cause the clay to crack.

Step 2:

Once dry, they are bisque-fired in an electric kiln at 1000° C.

Step 3:

Post-firing, the piece is hand-painted using colourful underglazes. Next, a layer of transparent glaze is applied. This coat seals the colours and makes the piece glass-like and food-safe after firing. 

Step 4:

 It is then glaze-fired at a high temperature of 1223°C. Once out of the kiln, the piece is hand-packaged and shipped to you!

Made with love by Pankhuri of Jungle Parade in Raipur, Chattisgarh.

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