The dish is made by hand and crafted by artisans of Rural Sindh. This is an art called blue pottery, and undergoes a complex process of molding and clay making. Then it is heated in high temperatures. A sketch artist sketches designs on it, then another artist paints it and is baked, set to dry until it is ready to dispatch and use for consumers. The dish is about 18 Inches in length and about 7/5 inches in width.