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Is #FacePotFriday a thing? This #Roman face pot, used as a cremation urn, and the pedestalled bowl (tazza), are both 2ndC & from #Colchester; the tazza was probably used for religious purposes (#ritual!). The vessel with a small spout is a 1stC infant's feeding bottle from London

Ahuvati Ba
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Most Salinar pottery was fired in kilns that allowed in abundant oxygen, creating orange colored ceramics rather than the dark brown and black ceramics common prior to this period. Many Salinar ceramics have thick ribbons of clay used to create handles on the side of the vessel, rather than thicker stirrup spouts at the top that are prevalent prior to this time period. In this case, the handle intersects with a funnel-shaped “hat” worn by the figure depicted on this vessel, a hat that is…

Stéphane Chassagny
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T.A.C Colenbrander vase, Netherlands 1921 Elisabeth Schmidt-Pecht Konstanz, Germany, 1900 I added these first two vases because I consider them to have a highly innovative design relative to the date of their production. Art of clay Just as our Earth gifts a perpetual abundance of malleable clays and minerals that can be transformed into expressive forms, displaying a wide variety of natural colours and textures, ceramic artists keep discovering more creative possibilities for the malleable…

George Zarolinski
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Replicas of historical ceramics – Celtic goblets and bowls, early medieval and Gothic ceramics, Viking and Slavic chalices, plates and pitchers. Most of our ceramic products are fired in an outdoor wood kiln, which is why this type of ware is called “black” or “smoked ceramics”. It is done by first filling up