Hi Jem do you want to have an idea about the history of pottery?
Hello Vin! Oh yes i really want to have an idea about pottery.
Pottery one of the oldest and most widespread of the decorative arts, consisting of objects made of clay and hardened with heat. The objects made are commonly useful ones, such as vessels for holding liquids or plates or bowls from which food can be served
Way back 3500 years ago, the Filipino native started creating pottery as the proven by the age of the Manunggul Jars that served as the burial jars of the ancient Filipino. They used this to hold the remains of the deceased. Filipino pottery had other uses as well.
Sure Jem. What is your question?
wow Vin that was informative. Can i ask you a question?
As one of the oldest human inventions, pottery has been around since before the neolithic period, with objects dating as far back to 29,000 BC. While in the past, the pottery industry has served marginal niches, today's pottery companies are thriving thanks in part to a resurgence in consumer demand for unique, handmade goods over mass-produced items
Wow its an interesting information about the pottery in the Philippines.
Why pottery matters?
Pottery has been around since the ancient people roamed the earth. The earliest ceramic objects have been dated as far back as 29,000 BC. One of the most popular pieces dated from this time period is The Venus of Dolni Vestonice, discovered in the Czech Republic, a ceramic venus figurine of a nude female
What do you think it is about making pottery that resonates with people so much?
How has the making of pottery changed in the past 100 years?
Pottery has changed a lot since the early days of hand-formed ceramic bowls and manual wheels. The biggest change within the past 100 years involves the klin, another required tool of the pottery trade. Since potter's wheel have been electrified.
My pleasure to share my idea about pottery with you Jem. Thank you have a great day.
Wow it was an interesting discussion with you Vin! Thank you for your time.