The following is an ewer related to the Song Dynasty and created between 11thC and 12thC in Hebei province 1: That period of China was very intense and devoted to improving the quality of the [...]
The second subject is the copy of the Portland Vase made by Josiah Wedgwood at the end of the 18th century.
Based on differences and similarities of European and Chinese ceramics such as the temperature of firing, the technique of production, and design, it seems appropriate to compare two artifacts of the vessel and the porcelain [...]
A part of them even do not know that pottery is the notion that is utilized also to define the final objects made by the potters and the material used in making different kinds of [...]
It is also necessary to remember that the vessel was created in the 1900s in Africa and it had quite a specific purpose.
In fact, it can even be said that the Yayi jia is nothing more than an older and smaller version of its counterparts seen in a variety of ancient Chinese tombs and temples.
Pottery could have even developed from the process of wrapping foods in a skin of clay and placing them in the embers of a fire or on heated rocks to cook.
This particularly concerns Chinese pottery and porcelain and the rise of cuteness in Japan, or the advent of "kawai culture" in the second half of the twentieth century.
The second source is the article in the magazine Ceramics Today in which we can find the information on the achievements of the artist, analysis of his works and statements by the artist in which [...]