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Russian Tradition of Pottery Craft, Part 2
Old Russian earthenware was not particularly beautiful but was very convenient and cheap. Potters made various simple vessels required in country life.
Russian Tradition of Pottery Craft, Part 1
Potters of the Old Russian state made tableware of a variety of forms. At the bottom of their works Russian handicraftsmen put special brands in the form of triangles, crosses, squares, circles, etc.
Kozhlyansky Clay Toy
Kozhlyansky Clay Toy was one of the best-known folk toy crafts until the October Revolution of 1917.
Khludnevsky Clay Toy
Khludnevsky clay toy is a traditional Russian folk craft in the Kaluga Region. It was named after the Village of Khludnevo, where it was started.
Stary Oskol Clay Toy
The Stary Oskol clay toy is a folk art handicraft in the Stary Oskol District of the Belgorod Region. It has been known since the early 18th century.
Tradition of Pottery Craft in Russia
When studying information on archeological finds of settlements, towns and burial grounds of the Old Russian state, one can see that most of such materials are presented with fragments of various clay vessels.


17th Century Potter Workshop Unearthed in Tula
At the end of May an archaeological expedition of the Kulikovo Field memorial estate launched salvage archaeological studies on a site of office building in 1, Metallistov Street in Tula.

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