Pottery making is a form of art and by no means this is a smooth sail. The clay for earthenware must be collected during the dry season and the extracted clay is made in to balls that can be easily transported and then stored lasting the entire year, using traditional techniques handed down through generations. Recently concluded excavations at a village settlement site situated 3,000 feet above the sea level reveled fragments of a painted pot. Carbon dating placed the pottery at 1120 BC. The significance of this finding shed new light in to the diversification of Sri Lankan pottery, allowing for a time to trace the changes that has through other collections in custody. Your experience will take you to our preferred supplier and brief you with a history about the establishment before diving all-hands-in to making your own-pottery.