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Pictures of pots that are in our collection and that inspire us

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Jug 13.5 cm. By Patrick Adamson. Kottakarai Pottery 1981. Salt Glazed.
Vase 17 cm. By Patrick Adamson. Kottakarai Pottery. 1981. Salt Glazed
Bowl 11 cm. dia. Ray Meeker. Kottakarai Pottery 1981. Salt Glazed
Bottle 11 cm. Helga Pingle. Kottakarai Pottery 1983. Salt Glazed
Tea Caddy w/locking lid. 18 cm. Angad Vohra. Kottakarai Pottery 1984. Salt Glazed
Dragon Vase 25 cm. Angad Vohra. Kottakarai Pottery. 1987.Salt Glazed
Pilgrim Bottle 28 cm. Inspired by traditional Wood Blocks for printing. Angad Vohra. Kottakarai Pottery 1986. Salt Glazed
Owl Jar 28 cm. Locking Lid. Angad Vohra Kottakarai Pottery 1987. Salt Glazed
Tea Pot 25 cm. Walter Keeler. Shilpika 1992. Salt Glazed
Vase 18.5 cm. R. Gopalakrishnan. Mantra 1995. Incised slip, w/ glaze over.
Urn 60 cm. R. Gopalakrishnan. Mantra 1997. Ash Glazed.
Jug and mug. 22 cm & 9 cm. Sam Chung Mantra 1996. Salt Glazed.
Bird Bath (before installation) 75 cm ht. 45 cm dia. R. Gopalakrishnan & Angad Vohra. Mantra 1997
Tray. Tiles and Teakwood. 50 cm X 35 cm. Mantra 1998.
Bowl 17cm dia. Sardar Gurcharan Singh. Delhi Blue Pottery 1993.
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Attempt at constructing a small house out of mud bricks and later firing it like a kiln to render it permanent (inspired by Nader Khalili). This picture alas is all that remains of this one which was washed out in heavy monsoons before it could be fired in 1984. However subsequently Ray Meeker of Golden Bridge Pottery has made and completed several fired houses which are actually being lived in here.
Terracotta Six Legged Sarcophagus excavated in Auroville 1982. Dated to circa 300BC to 100AD. Corresponding to the period when trade with the Roman Empire was predominant.
Pots found in and around sarcophagus. Terracotta 300BC to 100AD
Terracotta Six Legged Sarcophagus excavated in Auroville 1982. Dated to circa 300BC to 100AD. Corresponding to the period when trade with the Roman Empire was predominant.
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