RMD0PWW3–Stephen Pearce Pottery Shanagarry Co Cork Ireland
RMG6A60E–1930s NATIVE AMERICAN WOMAN POLISHING POTTERY OUTDOORS BY LADDER SANTA CLARA PUEBLO NEW MEXICO USA
RM2B00T2W–Morocco/Czechoslovakia: 'A Pottery Shop in Tangiers'. Painting by T. F. Simon (1877-1942), c. 1920. Tavik Frantisek Simon (1877–1942), was a Czech painter, etcher, and woodcut artist. Although based mainly in Europe, his extensive travels took him to Morocco, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), India, and Japan, images of all of which appear in his artistic work. He died in Prague in 1942. Largely ignored during the Communist era in Czechoslovakia, his work has received greater attention in recent years.
RMD973E0–Pottery vessels Ceramic.
RMFEP20N–Early Egyptians making pottery.
RMAYFGGR–Girl throwing clay to drive out air in a pottery factory in Trenton New Jersey 1870s. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP288D–1944. ARCHEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK: POTTERY RESTORATION
RMEPFB49–Pottery Factory in Stoke on Trent, circa 1946.
RMHHW7A9–Burley and Company. Porcelain pottery and glassware. [front] - Home Furnishings Trade Cards
RMFFG951–The 'Commonest Types of Prehistoric Pottery' found; frontispiece from 'Diospolis Parva' by Arthur C. Mace (1874-1928).
RMMKNJX7–Weaving Blankets and Making Pottery
RMDXNRB4–Pottery factory Trenton New Jersey USA early 1900s
RMG8G998–The Duke of York inspects some pottery during a visit to the Wedgwood company in Stoke-on-Trent.
RMD4311N–Hand turned pottery jars on Djerba Island, Tunisia
RMERG37R–The development of Greek pottery, plate 1 of 4. 1 and 2: examples of Cretan Kamares ware, named for the village in which it
RF2HJPEXE–Albanian pottery Kiln near Berat (1923)
RMD973DP–Pottery vessels Ceramic.
RMRC3BX8–JOSIAH WEDGWOOD (1730-1795) English pottery manufacturer
RMA8FFGC–Native American woman decorating pottery on the roof of a Pueblo Indian village New Mexico. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBP5J4Y–3569. ARCHEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK: EXCAVATING POTTERY
RMP9JWNF–Cardium pottery fragment with anthropomorphic figures, they seem two persons with arms raised as …
RMHHW79E–Royal blue porcelain. International Pottery Co. Burgess & Campbell, Trenton, N. J. (front) - Home Furnishings Trade Cards
RMHMWK61–Italy Umbria Deruta: potters shop: lunette entrance of a pottery shop
RM2BDY1T0–Making Pottery, Mexico
RMMM224G–Rockwood Pottery. Cincinnati. 1914
RMDXNREX–Pottery factory Trenton New Jersey USA early 1900s
RMGC85WR–FILER OF AN EXTREMELY RARE EARLY IZNIK POTTERY CANDLESTICK, DATING FROM THE LAST QUARTER OF THE 15TH CENTURY. THE CANDLESTICK WAS SOLD FOR #617.500 AT SOTHEBY'S AUCTION OF ISLAMIC & INDIAN ART.
RMDPA2KH–Pottery Shop, Japan
RMFFC7EM–MOUND BUILDERS: POTTERY. /nPottery of the mound builders' civilization.
RMWDHETK–Shilingxia painted pottery pot with bird pattern from the Majiayao culture, c.3800 BC
RME0053N–German nurses on a pottery market, 1917
RMCC0JNC–Pieces of ancient pottery from Kilwa, Tanzania, East Africa
RMERG37X–The development of Greek pottery, plate 4 of 4. Late Athenian red and white figure vases showing domestic and mythological
RM2GXKY0M–Carteles: Pottery Vending
RF2HJRFYR–Sellers of native pottery on the road to market. Mexico (1923)
RMDXNRFD–Pottery factory Trenton New Jersey USA early 1900s
RMG4KDM1–The Queen is shown a celadon teapot, during a visit to a pottery shop in Seoul, South Korea. Celadon is a grey-green glaze used on pottery. The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh arrived in Seoul 19/04/99 for a four-day state visit, the first by a British monarch.
RMDRDPCE–Pottery Kilns - Staffordshire
RMFF87EN–PERU: POTTERY. /nVase. Mochica. Height: 29.7 cm.
RMWDHERX–Polychrome glazed pottery, Phoenix Head Ewer with applique design, Liao Dynasty (947-1125 AD)
RMRMCK7B–Finished plates in a pottery in Grottaglie in Puglia.
RMBWRFNR–Pottery Ceramic Potteries Creativ Hands Woman Shaping Wheel Handwork Work Working Female potter
RMERGEFD–Pottery repair stall in Samarkand, c. 1900. Modern day Uzbekistan, until 1924 part of Russian Empire.
RMC2JF6H–Peddlers Sell Pottery in Korea
RF2HJT2ET–Native Pottery in the great straggling city of Omdurman. Sudan (1923)
RMP53CNH–MALCESINE, Lake Garda, Italy. Pottery shop. Photo: Tony Gale
RME0M6N0–Series of photos of Pablo Picasso working on his pottery
RMBP288G–1944. ARCHEOLOGICAL FIELD WORK: POTTERY RESTORATION
RMBDCC2E–fine arts, pottery, vases, bowl vases with cristal glaze, made by Keramikwerkstatt Walter Gebauer, Börgel, GDR, 1970s, , Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMTYTA22–Ancient pottery decorated with Corinthian vase painting dated from around 700 BC on display in the Altes Museum in Berlin, Germany.
RMAJDR9P–Brazil Pottery Vases
RM2BE10BD–A great part of the history of pottery is prehistoric, part of past pre-literate cultures. Therefore, much of this history can only be found among the artifacts of archeology. Because pottery is so durable, pottery and sherds from pottery survive from millennia at archeological sites. The earliest forms of pottery were made from clays that were fired at low temperatures in pit-fires or in open bonfires. They were hand formed and undecorated. Because the biscuit form of earthenware is porous, it has limited utility for storage of liquids. However, earthenware has a continuous history from the N
RMMM2NNF–Pottery at Tiburtino House. Pompei. 1930
RMDT8656–Shaping pottery street work in Warsaw, Poland
RMJ34JBM–Pottery selling, Gabes, Tunisia
RMDR9RC9–A Pottery Factory
RMFF8KGT–ROMAN TERRACOTTA POTTERY /nfragment of Mars (right) confronting Hercules.
RM2G4N2JB–Goya. The Pottery Vendor by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), oil on canvas, c. 1778/9
RMRMCJ21–Pottery in the yard of a small pottery company in Puglia.
RMBWRFNN–Pottery Ceramic Potteries Creativ Hands Woman Shaping Wheel Handwork Work Working Female potter
RMERG37T–The development of Greek pottery, plate 2 of 4. 1 black figure vase in the proto-Corinthian style. 2: black figure vase
RMC2JDKP–Owner sits in Retail Pottery Store waiting for Customers
RF2E92M8G–Pottery walls, Bac-Ninh, Vietnam. STODDARD 1895 old antique print picture