When you visit, you get to see the bowls being hammered by hand. It is amazing to see the bowls starting out as flat pieces of steel. It takes 8 separate pieces of steel to make one bowl.
Each family member seemed to have a different job. This lady was busy sanding down a bowl that was finished being hammered together.
The members of the community were very friendly and happy to see us checking out their bowls. It didn’t seem to be a place visited frequently by tourists. They tried to answer our questions as best as they could but their English was limited.
I wanted a souvenir from my visit but the large bowls were pricey and a bit bulky to bring home so I bought a small bowl which I still have today!