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Portugal
UNESCO Heritage
August 30, 2018
Set of three, two stamps depict Estremoz clay figures and Bisalhes pottery.

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See Spanish Porcelain order 1876 Seville Spain here
http://goscf.com/t/64816#580502

See the beautiful Pickman Porcelain being made here...... Video clip

https://lacartujadesevilla.com/gb/c...nt/6-History
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Republic of China
Ancient Chinese Porcelain
June 21, 2002
The stamp set features Yungcheng Period (1723-1735) enamel porcelain bowls decorated with flower and bird motifs.

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Mexico
Definitive Issue - Folk Art
November 30, 2006
Set of 17, three stamps depict black clay jar, glazed clay basin, and decorative clay vase.

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South Africa
Crafts
November 13, 2014
The stamp set features ceramic pots from Mossel Bay, by Ephraim ZIqubupe, by Clive Sithole, by Cliementina van der Walt, by Mthandeni and Matrinah Xaba, from Melmoth KwaZulu-Natal, from Lydenburg Mpumalanga, by Rebecca Matibe, by Ande Dyalvane, and by Hyme Rabinowitz.

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Viet Nam
Imperial Citadel of Thang Long
October 10, 2017
Terracotta statues of Ly Dynasty
3000D: mandarin duck
8000D: phoenix head

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Guatemala
Glazed Pottery
November 15, 2005
The minisheet depicts a covered jar and three cugar bowls.

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This 1991 stamp (Sc #2084) of Japan was issued to commemorate "Ceramic World Shigaraki '91". It features a handbuilt figure made of Shigaraki ware, a type of stoneware pottery.

From Wikipedia, "The name Shigaraki describes a collective group of ceramic products made in a similar geographic area. Shigaraki ware is said to have begun when tiles were constructed for the Emperor Shomu's Shigaraki-no-miya Palace in 742 A.D."

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Senegal
Pottery
April 6, 2011
The stamp set shows water jug, jar, stove, and censer.

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Here are images of the five stamps in a set depicting examples of Slovak ceramics, designed by Jozef Bal (1923-2006), combined engraved by Josef Herck (1922-1999) (except as noted below) and photogravure, and issued by Czechoslovakia on December 5, 1978, Scott Nos. 2212-16.

- nethryk

Musicians, by Jan Konyves.


Janosik on Horseback, by Jozef Franko.


Woman in Folk Costume, by Michal Polasko.


Three Girls Singing, by Ignac Bizmayer.


Janosik Dancing, by Ferdis Kostka, engraved by Jan Mrcek (1909-1987).






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This personalized charity stamp (Marke Individuell) of the Foundation for the Preservation of Historic Staufen, Germany depicts a broken stoneware pitcher. The text reads "Staufen must not break."

In 2007, the city fathers of Staufen decided to geothermally heat city hall and carried out a drilling operation. This action had an unintended consequence. Parts of the old town have risen 5 to 12 inches, and compromised the integrity of many old structures. So, the Foundation is raising funds to try to remedy the effects of the drilling operation.

Unbroken stoneware pitchers and stamps such as the one shown here (plus the current rate stamp) are for sale at the Foundation's website.

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Morocco
Moroccan Pottery
March 22, 2019
The set of 8 booklet stamps depicts kitchenware.

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Albania
Albanian Handicraft
November 6, 2015
The stamp set depicts ceramic vessels.

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France
Art of the Table - French Porcelain
March 2, 2018
The stamp set features Coupe from Nevers, Plat from Lille, Plat from Moulins, Dessert service from Gien, Terrine from Vincennes, Plat from Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, Soup tureen from Sceaux, Dish and plate from Lyon, Porte-huilier from Strasbourg, Plat from Limoges, Ewer from S#232;vres, Centerpiece from Chantilly.



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France
Notable Ceramic Plates
October 7, 2019
The stamp set depicts ceramic plates from Svres, Unknown Producer, Sienne, Creil & Montereau, Casteldurante, and Limoges.


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