Pottery has been a notable hallmark of human progress from the very beginning of civilization. Pottery relics have withstood the ravages of time to reveal lost cultures. We come to know of early living standards through the remains of pottery excavated time and again in various parts of the world. The types and quality of pottery are key indicators of the progress and culinary nature of civilizations.

Man’s inalienable connection with pottery still remains strong though modernity has often set them aside as unfashionable. Yet their mouldability, durability, versatility and naturality have endured to create new culinary fashion statements whenever pushed back by any ‘modern’ product.