|Film Description:||Reel 51 of 52|
ShotlistCat. Reel 342 1967: Reel 51: Turkey. June 29-30. Eskişehir. Kütahya.
Finished Meerschaum pipes.
Final carving of pipe bowl.
Chipping flint for threshing sledge: by hand with metal tool.1
Flints in sledge.
Wooden water wheel in Porsuk River: note barrage to increase water speed.
At Kütahya, ceramic and carpet center.
Kneading the clay.
Potter working: forming decorative lip.
Cross-section cut of soft clay pot.
Making a plate using metal die to shape clay.
Large plate: charcoal-and-stencil design laid on to guide painting,
Painting plate by hand.
Painting piece of tile: note little finger (out of focus).
Applying stencil-and-charcoal pattern to plate.
Design outline on plate.
Stencil held up to light (made in Ankara).
Finished plates and vases: two of each.
Three designs in a rather old pattern book.
Pottery: three finished pieces in shop.
Tile in shop: Two examples.
Decorated plates on wall.
11 vases (mcu)
Tile drinking fountain with four pillars.
Tiled entrances to hotel and office.
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Eskişehir, Kutahya, Ceramics, Pottery|
|Tags:||Ceramics | Eskişehir | Kutahya | Kütahya | Pottery|
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