The traditional, handmade, blue and white Kashi vase (locally called Anaar) is a product of rich Sindhi cultural and ancestral tapestry that has survived for centuries and passed on through generations.
The beautiful ceramic vase features traditional floral prints, with extra attention to detailing, and is shaped like pomegranate. It is perfect as a home for dried flowers. Alternatively, they can also be used as charming decorative items in your living spaces.
About the craft:
These ceramic vases are handmade by artisans in Hala, who still use the traditional method of throwing the clay on a potter’s wheel to create a variety of wares, including platters and vases. Once the clay is shaped, it is dried under the sun, and then baked in a kiln for about 20 hours. Once the wares cool down, they are hand painted by kashi artists and calligraphers, using the cultural and ancestral tapestry patterns that have survived for centuries and passed on through generations. The product is hand-painted and may have slight irregularities that are the natural outcome of human involvement in that process.
To clean, use a clean damp cloth.