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Pottery, Ceramics, Porcelain, And Other Clayware

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Peru
Peruvian cultures
December 6, 2004
The stamp set depicts Ceramics of Mochica, a civilization flourished in northern Peru from ca. 100 to 700 AD.

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Republic of China (Taiwan)
Blue and White Porcelains
September 9, 2019
$8: Teapot with decoration of clouds and dragons, Longching reign, Ming dynasty
$12: Tea bowl with imperial poem, Chianlong reign, Ching dynasty
$13: Teapot with lotus scroll Chianlong reign, Ching dynasty
$18: Teacup with decoration of landscape, Chiaching reign, Ming dynasty

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El Salvador
Joya de Cerén
April 26, 1995
The stamp set depicts pottery from the pre-Columbian Maya farming village.

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On October 9, 1998 Finland issued a booklet of six different stamps honoring Finnish design. One of the stamps (Facit #1454) depicts a Kilta ceramic tableware set from 1948.

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Costa Rica
Centenary of National Museum
August 7, 1987
Set of eight, two stamps depict pre-Columbian Nicoya pottery.

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Sri Lanka
Handicrafts
March 13, 1996
Set of four, one stamp depicts pottery.

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Colombia
Centenary of Department of Valle del Cauca
November 19, 2010
Set of six, one stamp depict a ceramic vase of the Ilama culture (1500 - 0 BC).

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Cyprus
Cyprus Through the Ages
October 2, 2007
Set of eight, two stamps depict a terracotta vessel (2000 BC) and a bird shaped vessel (800 BC).

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On February 13, 1992 Denmark issued a set of four stamps to commemorate the reopening of the National Museum. The stamps show ancient objects from the Musem's collection. The low value 3.50 kr stamp (Facit #1045) depicts a circa 3200 B.C. earthenware bowl excavated at Skarpsalling.

From the stampaday.wordpress.com website, "The bowl is 19.5 cm (7.63 in) high and is decorated in the so-called Klintebak style, with several types of patterns that are done with the edge of a crossed bird-string bone. The bowl was designed to hang, as evidenced by two horizontal snore riders."

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Japan
Japan - Hungary Diplomatic Relations
October 16, 2009
The stamp set depicts Canteen of Tiszafüred Region and Japanese Tea-leaf Jar.
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Japan
Traditional Craft
October 25, 2012
Set of ten; three stamps depict Obori-soma ware (Fukushima), Kutani ware (Ishikawa), Tsuboya ware (Okinawa).
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Tunisia
Archaeological Sites of Tunisia
April 22, 2000
100 mil: Ceramic Coupe Methred 17th century AD
110 mil: Ceramic Plate Aghlabide 9th century AD
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