Japanese pottery and porcelain (1930-1939)

Footage №67217, 1 part, black-white
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Camera operators:Mamada Kieshi

Reel №1

A documentary about the traditional Japanese technique of ceramic manufactory manually using mechanical.

Hands of a potter working a machine.

They fused their innate skill with mechanical efficiency in perfect creative power.

Indian hit Kyle on the clay hill, so produced raw materials, carry on its manufacture, washed, filtered through a sieve and leave to dry.

Woman using wire cuts a layer of clay, knead it, and breaks in the smooth part.

The lumps of clay as zagotvoki fall on the potter's wheel wizard.

Circle it rotates with the help of sticks.

On the potter's wheel pottery arise various kinds: plates, dishes.

Trial showing manufacturing jug

Key words

Japan, applied arts

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