Pottery Bowl—A Perspective
The most outstanding and appealing piece of art is pottery bowl. For years, it has remained the most sought after item made out clay or ceramic or porcelain. For making pottery bowl, the potter needs to throw the clay on his wheel to shape it into a uniform bowl. The traditional process of pottery making remains hand made. Even on potter’s wheel, he needs to give shape to the clay with his nimble fingers.
Indian Pottery Bowl
Pottery bowl made of terracotta is very famous in India, especially in West Bengal. These terracotta pottery bowls are sold by the street side vendors for serving tea or ‘lassi’. In fact, Indians have always loved the wet smell of earthenware. So, they like to make these earthen utensils part of their kitchens. So, people here purchase some of the finest pottery bowls—either use it in serving eatables or place it as a centerpiece. Besides, there are other terracotta crockery products too. Indeed, serving of a sweet dessert in these pottery bowls is very common in India. Actually, these potteries serve a refreshing flavor to different dishes.