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Ceramic & Sculpture
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[ish_headline tag_size=”h3″ align=”center” color=”color5″ bottom_margin=”no”]Things to Use[/ish_headline][ish_headline tag_size=”h5″ align=”center” bottom_margin=”no”]Utilitarian Items[/ish_headline][ish_button el_text=”Scroll Down to See More” url=”url:%23next||” align=”center” color=”none” text_color=”color1″ style=”margin-bottom: 0px !important;” global_atts=”yes”][ish_icon icon=”ish-icon-down-open” align=”center” text_color=”color1″ size=”16″ url=”url:%23next||”]
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[ish_headline tag_size=”h3″ align=”left” color=”color5″ bottom_margin=”no”]Utilitarian Items[/ish_headline][ish_headline tag_size=”h4″ align=”left” bottom_margin=”no”]all the functional items were almost always product of pottery[/ish_headline]

Utilitarian items are a great challenge for the ceramist. The ancestral memory from the era of the caveman, who first took mud to make the first cup to drink from and plate on which to put their food; the journey to ancient Greece, up to the beginning of the previous century where all the functional items were almost always product of pottery.

  • Cups for coffee and tea
  • Decanters for water, tsipouro and wine
  • Small cups for wines and tsipouro
  • Plates for all uses
  • Dishwasher safe
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