Spain Pottery

As early as the 17th century in Spain, the name “Talavera”, became the Spanish ceramic centre.

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Spain pottery is made by first sourcing clay from the earth and kneading it into consistent mass to eliminate air.To begin forming the clay into a shape, also known as the process of "throwing," potters use a spinning circular platform. This device has a circular base which the potter controls by foot to keep a consistent speed.The potter centres the clay on the spinning wheel, exerting ...

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The art form is a result of a mixture of various cultures and has made its way to Spain via Iberian Peninsula and has Mexican influences due to Spanish conquest in Mexico....

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The material used in traditionally was Terracotta. Artists are also using locally available clay and different glazes....

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