Malaysian Pottery

Malay pots differ from the Vietnamese pots in a number of ways:  Not only are the shapes and motifs different but the clay itself has different characteristics.  The walls are less thick which delivers a lighter pot and they are fired in gas fired kilns which delivers pots with more uniform glazes.  It is easy to get two matching pots for they will be of the same colour all round whereas finding two precisely matching Vietnamese pots is more difficult...pots tending to be slightly different in colouration. 

mp - 05

mp - 07   (brush wash)

mp - 10   (swirl line)

mp - 16  (waveband)

mp - 17   (carved look)

mp - 18  (zen figure)

mp - 31   (brush wash tall planter)

mp - 42  (Hai Nam Urn)

mp - 43  (Hai Nam Urn)

mp - atreo

mp - bak

mp - brus1  (brusino)

mp - brus2  (brusino)

mp - brus3  (brusino)

mp - brus4  (brusino)

mp - chalice

mp - dim  (dimpled)

mp - dlm  (diagonal line)

mp - drim106

mp - drim642

mp - drim726

mp - drim733

mp - drim782

mp - fern

mp - httu

mp - rib

mp - rrm  (rolled rim)

mp - storm   (Storm Pot)

mp - tallU  blue

mp - tallU  mocha

mp - tallU chocolate

mp - tallU green

mp - tallU moss

mp - tallU slate

mp - tree   (Stamford planter)

mp - tss2

mp - wdm  (water droplet)

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