African pottery

Add a touch of culture to your home decor with beautiful African pottery. Explore top ideas to incorporate these unique and artistic pieces into your interior design.
The Carving Process starts with a solid layer of slip on the still wet piece. I carve the border first and then my main pattern, slowly taking away the background and allowing the design to …

The Carving Process starts with a solid layer of slip on the still wet piece. I carve the border first and then my main pattern, slowly taking away the background and allowing the design to …

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Carrie Brown
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Nathalie Djakou Kassi, is a Cameroon-born ceramist, resident in Nigeria. She studied Ceramics for three years at the "Institut Samba Superieur" on a full scholarship. She's a skilled art instructor and studio artist whose creativity and originality in Ceramics and Potteries have earned her a respectable prominence. #ceramics #visualart #artafrica #cameroonartists #blackexcellence #artcollection #artexhibition #buyblackart #supportartist #potteries

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Songye Pot with incised geometric decoration Art, Ceramics, Pottery, Decoration, Africa, Pot, African Pattern Fabric, African Pattern, African Art

Selection of African tribal pottery from differnet tribes, Burkina Faso Pottery diversity of Africa The vast African continent contains an extreme diversity of cultures, countries and terrains. This has had a critical influence on the styles and techniques that are employed to create their pottery wares. One of the constants in their traditional pottery production is that they are usually hand crafted without the use of a wheel, utilizing coiling and molding techniques and their methods have…

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Jean-Rocco ART
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