Soup Bowl : MN (Ning) PT

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Soup Bowl : MN (Ning) PT

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Rs208.00

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Longpi pottery is traditionally called as "Longpi Ham". This giant size pottery is also called as roryl pottery because, only the rich and diginified noble family of Manipur could afford to have and use it for cooking of meat on the occasion of marriages, festivals, feasts, anniversaries and weather rocks are mixed (ratio 3:2) with water for clay formation. The clay is then placed on the flat wooden with hand moulding. Once it is dried and hard enough, it is taken to "Camp Fire" like furnace for heating for 5 to 9 hours so as to reach 900 degree centigrade. Thereafter, it is taken out from the funace for rubbing and polishing the potteries with the local plant leaces known as "Chiron Na" before the temperature decreases. Then the well-polished potteries with black lustre are ready for marketing. The above form of pottery is being practiced by Thankhul naga tribe from Ukhrul district of Manipur.
Rs208.00

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Longpi pottery is traditionally called as "Longpi Ham". This giant size pottery is also called as roryl pottery because, only the rich and diginified noble family of Manipur could afford to have and use it for cooking of meat on the occasion of marriages, festivals, feasts, anniversaries and weather rocks are mixed (ratio 3:2) with water for clay formation. The clay is then placed on the flat wooden with hand moulding. Once it is dried and hard enough, it is taken to "Camp Fire" like furnace for heating for 5 to 9 hours so as to reach 900 degree centigrade. Thereafter, it is taken out from the funace for rubbing and polishing the potteries with the local plant leaces known as "Chiron Na" before the temperature decreases. Then the well-polished potteries with black lustre are ready for marketing. The above form of pottery is being practiced by Thankhul naga tribe from Ukhrul district of Manipur.