Jaipur blue pottery, formed out of a analogous frit raw material to faience, is glazed and low- fired. No clay is used the' dough' for the pottery is prepared by mixing quartz gravestone greasepaint, powdered glass, Multani Mitti( Fuller's Earth), borax, goo and water. Some of this pottery issemi-transparent and substantially decorated with raspberry and other beast motifs. Being blasted at really low temperature makes them fragile. The range of particulars is primarily beautifying, similar as ashtrays, vases, coasters, small coliseums and boxes for novelties. moment, blue pottery is an industry that provides livelihood to numerous people in Jaipur. The conventional designs have been embraced, and now, apart from the conventional boxes, jars, pots and vases, you can find tea sets, mugs and goblets, plates and spectacles, ewers, ashtrays and hankie rings.