Soil Earthenware

Last updated by chinatravel at 2014/5/14

Boasting a long history, Kashi soil earthenware came into being as far as New Stone Age and developed into colored earthenware in Han and Jin Dynasties featuring of unique national styles. Among Kashi earthenware, soil earthenware modeled after antiques are the most famous, which have inherited traditional handicraft and undergone innovation having both appreciation and practical values. The Kashi soil earthenware mainly includes bowls, dishes, plates, kettles and jars etc. Among all these peculiar kettles, big or small, tall or short, round or flat, used by national minorities washing hands are the representative for Kashi soil earthenware

Owning special aesthetic value and artistic charm, Kashi soil earthenware, unsophisticated but elegant, attract a lot of visitors both at home and abroad for years.

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