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Primitive Clay Pottery I Made

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Post  Paleolithic on Fri Feb 01, 2013 2:54 pm

Here's just some example of earthen ware you can make in the field with no real equipment. These are pinch pots all made by hand from self-harvested local clay that was purified, shaped, and fired in a traditional manner.

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Clay pots being placed on the coals of a fire to heat up, dry, and then be covered with ashes and fired. You in no way require a special kiln to do this, it's just careful drying, raising the temperature of the clay to a ceramic reaction, and then slowly cooling the pots.
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