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Crafts and Design Technology:
Pots through the ages
 



Pottery and other containers used for storage, eating and drinking, rituals or, in contemporary times, simply displayed as objets dart. This set explores the development of the vessel, ie any object designed and made to contain something. Ideas for classroom projects cover Art, Craft and Design, English, History, Science and Religious Education.

24-page teaching notes

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Specimen cards in this set:

BRITAIN
   *Short, Jane Valentine vase
   Aquamanile shaped as knight
   Cambrian pottery puzzle jug
   Decorated beakers
   Green glazed 'face' jug
   Hans Coper, Untitled
   Jug in the shape of an owl
   Keeler, Walter, Saltglazed jug and bowl
   Koch, Gabriele, Red burnished vessel
   Lucy Rie, Bottle vase
   Toby jug
CHINA
   Porcelain lantern
   Sung dynasty vase
   The 'David' Temple vases
EGYPT
   Canopic jars
   Mosque lamp
FRANCE
   Picasso owl jug
GREECE
   Black-figured amphora
INDIA
   Carved crystal bowl
JAPAN
   Crane bowl
   Kakiemon bowl
   Silver repouss teapot
KOREA
   Koryo dynasty bottle
TURKEY
   Isnik bowl
ZAIRE
   Wooden Wongo cup