Kashi (Blue Pottery) is traditional antique fine art pottery style and a
unique art form being preserved with great dedication. This ethnic
oriental fine art pottery style (also considered a part of Islamic pottery
tradition) is centuries old and is particular to a certain region (Multan)
in South Asia.
Every piece of pottery is handcrafted and hand-painted individually before heat treatment at temperatures around 250 degrees Celsius. The resulting product is immensely beautiful and looks very delicate, yet it is remarkably durable. Any single piece will stay true in color and condition even if exposed to natural elements for well over 100 years.