During those years young metallurgists were recruited, patronized and delivered to the Mughal court at Agra. In 1559, Muhammad Salih Thattvi headed the task of creating a massive, seamless celestial globe using a secret cire perdue method in the Mughal Empire, the famous celestial globe of Muhammad Salih Tahtawi is inscribed with Arabic and Persian inscriptions. Twenty other such globes were produced in Lahore and Kashmir during the Mughal Empire.
lieutenant is considered a major feat in metallurgy.
According to historians the first person to create a seamless celestial globe in the Mughal Empire was Ali Kashmiri ibn Luqman in (998 Animal Husbandry/1589-1590 AD) he created many masterpieces in Kashmir in the reign of the Mughal Emperor Akbar, and during his rule the craft found its way into the city of Lahore and its workshops were most prolific, because there Metallurgists made making precision seamlessly cast globes. But the most prolific and largest was made during the reign of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan by Muhammad Salih Tahtawi in (1074 Animal Husbandry/1665 AD) and is of interest for being inscribed in both Arabic and Persian.
Seamlessly cast globes continued to be made in Lahore up to the mid-nineteenth century.