This exhibition is made up of utilitarian ceramic pieces belonging to the most important pottery centers in northern Portugal. This type of crockery was used in pottery for the most common household uses and responded to family needs. Here, therefore, you can find pieces of black china, matte red china and glazed china from Parada de Gatim, Barcelos, Guimarães, Bisalhães, Vilar de Nantes, Selhariz, Pinela, Felgar and Gondar. Once used in all Portuguese houses, utilitarian tableware began to fall into disuse in the seventies of the last century, to the detriment of plastic and metal utensils.
Start Date:
17 May 2014
End Date:
31 December 2022
Museu de Olaria, Barcelos

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