The first step in the process is creating a core, which is slightly smaller than the final artefact, using clay. It is dried in the sun and given a coat of wax in the desired thickness of the artefact. It is again coated in a layer of clay and intricate designs are carved thereafter. More layers of clay are added afterwards and dried till the mould is hard enough. It is then heated to melt the wax. Once the wax comes off, molten metal is poured in the cavity and left to acquire the shape of the clay mould. Once the metal cools off, it is dried, and the mould is broken into two or three equal pieces. The artefact is then revealed. The final step involves applying patina to the metal object. A final coat of wax is then painted to preserve the patina.
The artifacts made mainly include religious gods and goddesses, animals, birds, humans going about their daily life and household items.