India has a rich history of pottery that encompasses various styles. While terracotta wares are typically associated with a red hue, black pottery is equally popular among artisans from different regions. The creation of black pottery involves the use of black clay or specific firing techniques that impart a black color to the wares. Some of the most well-known black pottery styles include Black Pottery from Nizamabad, Black Pottery from Sawai Madhopur, and Longpi Pottery from Manipur.
Prosperity brings the creation of black pottery from Azamgarh, Nizamabad, and Sawai Madhopur in Rajasthan. These unglazed wares are safe for use with food, sustainable, and crafted using locally sourced materials.