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Tutsi pottery, Africa
Tutsi traditional pots, Rwanda - H 9" x W 6" and 6.5"

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Japanese Hajiki (earthenware), Tumulus period, 3rd-5th century
Isamu Noguchi and Rosanjin Kitaoji; Exhibition Catalog, Sezon Museum of Art et al, 1996, fig. 47

> Ceramics and Glass collection, Museum of London
> Ceramics database, SMU Archaeology Lab
> Diagnostic Artifacts in Maryland
> Islamic ceramics
> Potsherd : roman pottery
> Spoilheap : Pottery
> Worcestershire Pottery (from Prehistory to c 1900AD)



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Mashita Mbanza, potter at work, RD Congo, 1984
Potter at work in a village near Mashita Mbanza,
R.D. Congo, 1984 - © B.Clist

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