Traditional pottery

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This rare Tesuque Pueblo pottery dough bowl dates from the mid- to late-nineteenth century, probably circa 1870s. It has design elements in black on a white slip without any red in the design, but the rim is red. The only other red is the traditional wiped-on red band below the design panel.

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Libby Kalish
African Ceramics | to fire pottery the traditional Venda way at Mashamba Pottery ...

Preparing to fire pottery the traditional Venda way at Mashamba Pottery Factory. The women pile a variety of pots together, surrounding them with scrap sheet metal and wood, which increases the firing temperatures to a sufficient heat to properly fire the pots. They burn for about 6 hours and then the metal is removed, revelaing new pots. Limpopo, South Africa

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ROSALYN PARHAMS