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mondaysprojects:  From the William Itter Collection of African Pottery

African pot from William Itter collection

Ancient African Pottery | 475px-453px-Nigeria-pottery-William-Itter-collection.jpg

I enjoy African pottery, so much of it is hand-built, they've got amazing hand building skills.

From the William Itter Collection of African Pottery

mondaysprojects: “From the William Itter Collection of African Pottery ”

Cooking Pot, Gwari, Nigeria

Nigerian Ceramic which starts me thinking of texture and patterning.

I remember this, it's a drinking pot. I think I'm correct.

I remember this, it's a drinking pot. I think I'm correct.

AFRICAN POTTERY - Igala People, Nigeria, Large Pot in squat ovoid form, cinched and flared rim, incised geometric decoration, in glazed dark grey clay.

Full Details for Lot 60 -Thomaston Auction

Terracotta Wedding Pot (ikoko igbeyawo) made in Ilafon-Ikiti, Nigeria about 1930. No 72.1.3, Ita Yemoo Museum of Yoruba Pottery, Ile Ife, Nigeria. Height 11", rim diameter, 7 1/8". Used to wash the bride's feet as she enters the husband's house. Photo by Ron du Bois, 1988.

Terracotta Wedding Pot (ikoko igbeyawo) made in Ilafon-Ikiti, Nigeria about No Ita Yemoo Museum of Yoruba Pottery, Ile Ife, Nigeria. Photo by Ron du Bois,

The Dick Jemison Tribal Art Collections, African Ceramics Collection - looks as if a layer of thick slip was applied, dried a bit, and then paddled to get texture on lower part?

The Dick Jemison Tribal Art Collections, African Ceramics Collection - looks as if a layer of thick slip was applied, dried a bit, and then paddled to get texture on lower part?

Africa | From the William Itter Collection of African Pottery

Water pitcher from the William Itter Collection of African Pottery

COLLECTION Dick Jemison African Ceramics ARTIST Bamana people, Mali African

Dick Jemison African Ceramic Collection, Birmingham Museum of Art, AL

Africa | Bottle.  Igbo peoples.  Nigeria | ca. 1960 | Ceramic

Igbo peoples Bottle Date: ca.

Grès de Puisaye : Jean-Marie Foubert (né en 1955)

Grès de Puisaye : Jean-Marie Foubert (né en 1955)

Jason Wason

Jason Wason - Nine Stud Bowl

Bassa-Nkomo pot (a people related to the Nupe) Africa | Ceramic vessel.  Nigeria

Bassa-Nkomo pot (a people related to the Nupe) Africa | Ceramic vessel. Nigeria

african pots | Photographs © Tim Hamill

african pots | Photographs © Tim Hamill

african pottery. @designerwallace

The Dick Jemison Tribal Art Collections, African Ceramics Collection

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