Dating ceramic artifacts
During the Middle Ages, trade through the Silk Road allowed for the introduction and diffusion of porcelain throughout Islamic countries first and later in Europe, due in large part to the journeys of Marco Polo.
By the 15th century the earliest blast furnaces were developed in Europe, capable of reaching up to 1,500°C.
Archeologists have not been able to confirm Pliny’s recount.
Each CERAMIC BOTTLE is manufactured with a different style, there is not one model the same.
The ceramic factory pays attention to every detail to make each bottle unique.
CERAMIC BOTTLES and JARS, first appeared in China about 18 000 BCE, there were used to carry water and preserve food.
Our museum includes some reproductions of these CERAMIC JARS or bottles , and strange enough in thousands of years, the technique to produce these CERAMIC BOTTLE has not change much.
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Ceramic bottles made their way very late in the modern culture.