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United States
Pueblo Art - Pottery
April 13, 1977
This set of four stamps showcases the pottery skills of the Pueblo Indians of Arizona and New Mexico. These designs from the people of Zia, San Ildefonso, Hopi, and Acoma were produced between 1880 and 1920.


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Yugoslavia
Museum Exhibits - Antique Pottery
June 22, 1976
Serbian pitcher
Slovenian pitcher
Bosnia-Herzegovina pitcher
Vojvodina pitcher
Kosovo pitcher
Anfore antiche


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KuoLC5310 - Great topic! Here is my first contribution:

Here is an image of a stamp depicting a potter working at his wheel and some pottery pieces, designed and engraved by French artist Jacques Combet (1920-1993), and issued by Saint Pierre & Miquelon on October 2, 1975 as one of two stamps in a traditional handicrafts set, Scott No. 441.

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nethryk - your contribution is always appreciated!

Peru
Air Mail - Nazca Pottery
June 3, 1968
Polychrome pottery with beautiful design patterns is a key part of Nazca culture (100 B.C. - 800 A.D.). The stamp set shows:
1.90S - double-spouted jar with a figure
2.60S - jug with sea bird
3.60S - double-spouted jar with a bird
4.60S - jug with a snake
5.60S - jug with a falcon


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KuoLC5310 - Thanks. And ditto.

Guellala is a small town located on the south side of the island of Djerba. Blessed with rich deposits of clay, the town is famous throughout Tunisia for its pottery in a tradition going back many centuries. Here is an image of a stamp depicting a merry Guellala potter, designed by Tunisian artist Abdelaziz Gorgi (1928-2008), printed by photogravure, and issued by Tunisia on June 15, 1976, Scott No. 684.

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Romania
Romanian Pottery
2005
Oboga (Olt)
Sacel (Maramures)
Horezu (Vālcea)
Corund (Harghita)
Romana (Olt)
Vadul Crisului (Bihor)
Tara Barsei (Brasov)
Leheceni (Bihor)
Vladesti (Valcea)
Vama (Satu Mare)
Curtea de Arges (Arges)
Barsa (Arad)
Corund (Harghita)
Valea Izei (Maramures)
Poiana Deleni (Iasi)
Targul Neamt (Neamt)




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Here is an image of a stamp depicting a potter, designed by Hungarian-born Israeli graphic artist George Hamori (1918- ), printed by photogravure (Courvoisier, S.A.), and issued by Papua New Guinea on September 24, 1969 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the International Labor Organization (ILO), Scott No. 291.

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Romania
Romanian Pottery
2006
Poienita (Arges)
Oboga (Olt)
Oboga (Olt)
Romana (Olt)
Golesti (Arges)
Romana (Olt)
Oboga (Olt)
Vama (Satu Mare)
Oboga (Olt)
Radauti (Suceava)
Vladesti (Valcea)
Jupanesti (Timis)



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Romania
Romanian Pottery
2007 - 2008
Oala - Horezu (Vālcea)
Cana - Baia Mare (Maramure#537;)
Cana - Oboga (Olt)
Oala - Baia Mare (Maramure#537;)
Oala (Transilvania)
Cana - Horeau (Vālcea)
Cana - Obarsa (Hunedoara)
Oala - Baia Mare (Maramure#537;)
Oala - Cosesti (Arges)
Cana - Radauti (Suceava)
Cana - Baia Mare (Maramure#537;)
Oala - Vladesti (Vālcea)


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Pottery making, printed by lithography, and issued by Thailand on June 14, 1973, Scott No. 664.

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Spain
Spanish Ceramics
September 5, 2011
Water Jar (14th Century)
Glazed Vase (14th Century)
Plate (14th Century)
Modern Bottle (20th Century)

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Hussar, a hand painted and gilded porcelain figurine, stamp designed by József Vertel (1922-1993), printed by lithography, and issued by Hungary on September 28, 1976 to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Herend Porcelain Manufactory, Scott No. 2434.

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Hungary
Stamp Day - Ancient Pottery
October 5, 1968
Decorative Baja Plate (ca. 1870)
Tiszafured Vase (ca. 1847)
Toby Jug (ca. 1848)
Western Hungarian Jug (ca. 1618)


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Belize
Mayan Ceramics
June 2, 1975
Polychrome ceramic vases


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Algeria
Pottery
November 15, 1995
Pot from Lakhdaria
Pitcher from Aokas
Jar from Larbaa Nath Iraten
Vase from Ouadhia


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Algeria
Ceramic Art
August 5, 2007
Glazed ceramic bottle
Ceramic jug
Ceramic censer
Ceramic lamp

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