Exclusive Black Stone Pottery

Royal, traditional and natural are just few of the characteristics that are associated with Blackstone black pottery.



This product is handmade and moulded manually.100% Eco-Friendly. Made from completely natural raw materials.

  • Bio-degradable.
  • Heat retention property.
  • Chemical Free.
  • Non-Toxic.
  • Microwavable (Except for products woven with cane)


DO wash Blackstone pottery items in the dishwasher
DO wash by sponge scrubber when hand washing
DO put a rubber nozzle on your sink tap, to prevent chipping when hand washing
DO put a paper tissue between when stacking items on top of each other
DO be careful with fine rims and handles - they are most vulnerable
DO microwave Blackstone pottery items if cane or bamboo is not used. Certain items like Casseroles come with cane weaving and such items should not be used in a microwave
Blackstone pots and pans can be used for cooking over gas stoves or firewood

DON'T put lots of dishes in the sink when hand washing
DON'T use any stainless steel or any kind of metal scrubber while washing
DON’T use metal spatulas or ladles. Try to stick to wooden ones with Blackstone pottery items



Since Blackstone pottery is made from grounded and powdered rocks especially Serpentine and weathered

rocks, they are made of all natural raw materials. The cane finish on some of the items is also natural and 100% eco-friendly

No machines were used in making of the potteries since the mixture is pounded, kneaded and moulded tediously by hand tools. All the Blackstone products are handmade where the artisans mould the products with hands, no machines or electrical supplies are used.

The raw materials used in making of the potteries are completely natural since no chemicals or artificial products are used.

Blackstone pottery items are naturally biodegradable due to the raw materials used in making these fine pottery items
By purchasing a Blackstone Black Pottery product, you not only contribute to the environment but also towards a sustainable means of living for the impoverished countless families in the villages who make these wonderful works of art.


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