The Types Of Pottery in the World
“The Types of Pottery in the World” is compiled and designed by the 10 year old son of our Admin, Soham. Soham has an earnest desire to learn about the different types of pottery made in various countries in the world. It is his interest which influenced him to compile the excellent collection of types of pottery, traditionally created in various regions.
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20 thoughts on “The Types Of Pottery in the World”
This is very very interesting…I love poetry and try to collect them as much as i can.
This is so interesting. You can see difference in every culture. Is very fascinating.
I love that you dedicated a blog post to the beauty of pottery that so many people just take for granted. I am the type to love anthropology so pots and other vessels fascinate me because it makes me think about times centuries ago!
There is one the greatest beautiful work of art taken for granted. Awesome pictures.
Thank you. Glad you liked it
Thank you so much. I was amazed when my son compiled and I learnt from him. Glad to know that you are interested too
Asian pottery is something I am more familiar with since I live in Asia. I love the intricacies especially with Chinese pottery.
Ya there are so many variations
What an interesting compilation. I’m a huge fan of pottery too and this was a pretty read!
Wow my son would be very happy to know that
I loved the blog and how you mention lots of interesting info. I am not really familiar with pottery but it seems delightful.
My son enjoys
I really enjoyed seeing all of these types of pottery and their similarities and differences. I actually have some of that Russian type of pottery and I love it! Great post with great pics.
Wow thats nice to know.
This read is great even though I’m not very familiar with poetry.
Good to know about the interest of a 10 year kid in pottery. I also love to know about the different types of pottery.
Thank you so much
Interesting post, amazing pictures…