Pottery is not very well-liked and is practiced in very little villages. There is no spinning wheel; the
Nagas make their pots by the use of hands only. The craft is restricted to women and the turnover is not large.
The pots made by them are generally very simple and mainly made for its functional value rather than aesthetics although some of the designs and the motifs found in these pottery have been inspired by the design of the textiles.
The pots of villages of Tseminyu and Ungma are well known in the region. First, the pot is made out of the pottery wheel, then the pot is heated and finally rice water is boiled to remove the taste of the baked clay and make sure stability.