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Fine Art of Clay Pottery

Monday, September 8, 2014

Clay and clay products are some of the oldest tools human started making at the dawn of civilization. Clay products (pottery, toys and utensils) are still sought after. Now people make things with clay using appropriate technologies and innovation in addition to old traditions and cultural perceptions. Thanks to Monika Kupller and her countless workshops, at Thatta Kedona, clay pottery is at the best.

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