The Ceramic of Lanzarote

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The Ceramic of Lanzarote
The ceramic work in Lanzarote, which includes reproductions of Aboriginal objects, as figures, pots and pans,
the reputation for the beauty and quality of their designs in the other islands.
This reputation has been decisive, that much of the ceramic follow Aboriginal tradition dispenses with the use of the work around the pieces.
The work of Aboriginal tradition clay base is made of mud thick laces.
Cupping begins when a piece of clay which is shaped to get the background, and then the piece is formed clay cords, which are added with one hand while the other part is rotated.
To enhance the redness of the pieces and waterproof it can be found the addition of ocher in some ceramics, or a slip for yellowing. When the workpiece just introduced into the furnace, although formerly was baked in a simple stake.

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