Maria Martinez in 1941. She made her name with black-on-black pottery, developing an elaborate technique for creating glossy black pots with matte-black designs. http://www.google.fr/imgres?imgurl=http://graphics8.nytimes.com/packages/images/photo/2008/03/04/0312- SANTA/22009479.JPG&imgrefurl=http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/03/12/arts/artsspecial/0312-SANTA_2.html&usg=__e- _tbhPGMfFLbg61FxC_u5LK3Oc=&h=400&w=519&sz=63&hl=fr&start=20&tbnid=__uGW89kfxzI2M:&tbnh=101&tbnw=131&prev=/images%3F q%3Dmaria%2Bmartinez%26hl%3Dfr
elmoreindianart.com/Detailed/745.html Man in Bhala using the coil throw method of making pots. The clay contains a high proportion of limestone and so the string is used to hold the shape until stiff.
Korean Old Silla dynasty, Kaya period (42 B.C. - A.D. 562) COVERED JAR WITH LUGS, 5th - 6th century Stoneware with ash glaze. Height 12 1/4 inches Gift of Mr. Harold W. Shaw, 1984.93 tours.daytonartinstitute.org/accessart/object..
cruises.about.com/od/southeastasiacruise1/ig/.. Making Pottery in BilBil Village near Madang, Papua New Guinea Madang Papua New Guinea Photo (c) Linda Garrison
www.texasbeyondhistory.net/glossary/index.html Earthenware pottery made by adding pulverized animal bone to the clay to "temper" the clay and make the pottery stronger. Bone-Tempered Pottery