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Pottery production in Nepal
Baktaphur
By Noe Falk Nielsen
15 Apr 2015

In Nepal pottery is still produced by hand and the present collection provides a brief insight into the making of pottery in Baktaphur, Nepal

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Pottery production in Nepal 1
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

A potter plies his trade in Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The pots are made from clay and formed using the wheel. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Pottery production in Nepal 2
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

A woman puts the finishing touch to the pots once the potter has made them, Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Pottery production in Nepal 3
Baktaphur, Nepal
By Noe Falk Nielsen
31 Mar 2015

Once the pots are finished they are left to dry in the sun in Baktaphur, Nepal on 31 March 2015. The majority of the pottery used in Nepal is produced in the Baktaphur area, although the trade is under pressure as cheap ceramics are imported from India and China.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (1 of 12)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Qusai, 4, and his brother Mahmud,10, produce pottery from mud in their grandfather's pottery workshop which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (4 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Four-year old Qosi Attalla is the youngest child in the factory who knows how to make traditional pottery. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (6 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Mustafa, 35, and his son Mahmud, 10, work together to repair the broken pottery. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (3 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Four-year old Qosi Attalla is the youngest child in the factory who knows how to make traditional pottery. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (16 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

The pottery factory resides right under the Attallah home, a part of their daily life. It has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (7 of 12)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Omar Atallah, 51, produces pottery, vases, bottles and receptacles from mud in this factory. It has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (12 of 12)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Ahmed Attallah, 14, carrying crockery that was produced by his grandfather at their workshop in Gaza city. This factory has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (13 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Ahmed Attallah, 14, left school when he was 13 to work in the factory alongside his father and grandfather. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (9 of 12)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Mustafa Atallah, 35 years old, repairs a big black pottery vessel called "al-Qedra" that is used for cooking a traditional Gazan meal made out of rice, meat, garlic and onions. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (11 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Mustafa Atallah, 35, doesn't study at school because he has a job in the family's humble factory performing numerous tasks. He repairs broken pottery and also makes new ones. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (11 of 12)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Hassan Atallah, 32, puts wood shavings into the mud kiln to use it to produce the pottery. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (9 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Hassan works beside the kiln while fresh pots are being created. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (6 of 12)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Hassan Atallah, 32,works beside the kiln while fresh pots are being created. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (7 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Hassan Atallah, 32, works beside the kiln while fresh pots are being created. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (2 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
13 Jun 2013

Four-year old Qosi Attalla is the youngest child in the factory who knows how to make traditional pottery. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza (1 of 35)
Gaza
By AhmedDeeb
11 Jun 2013

Hassan Atallah, 32 years old, puts wood shavings into mud kiln to melt the mud by the fire. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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The Oldest Pottery Workshop In Gaza o...
Gaza
By U.S. Editor
11 Jun 2013

This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. The tradition of pottery making in Gaza dates back centuries and has been a source of income and family pride. This ceramic factory rest underneath the Attallah family's home. The Attallahs consider the pottery industry a part of their identity and heritage. They are one of the oldest families producing pottery in Gaza. Their factory was established over 60 years ago and are now struggling to maintain not only their business but an ancestral tradition. The security situation in Gaza and the Israeli blockade has made their business unprofitable and on the brink of vanishing.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (34 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A Palestinian worker makes a pot made out of kneaded mud in one of the largest pottery workshops in Gaza. It has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (28 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy carries crockery at a pottery workshop in Gaza city which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (18 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy loads pottery into an underground kiln. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (4 of 12)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy loads pottery into an underground kiln in a pottery workshop which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (32 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A young boy carries crockery at a pottery workshop in Gaza city which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (30 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy carries crockery at a pottery workshop in Gaza city which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (29 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy carries crockery at a pottery workshop in Gaza city which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (27 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy carries crockery at a pottery workshop in Gaza city which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (5 of 12)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy carries crockery at a pottery workshop in Gaza which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (10 of 12)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A Palestinian man shaping a simple clay pot in a pottery factory which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (8 of 12)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A Palestinian boy assembles rows of clay pots in a pottery factory, which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (22 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A Palestinian boy holding pots in a pottery factory, which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (2 of 12)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A young boy carries a heavy vase in a pottery factory in Gaza, which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (20 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy carries crockery at this pottery factory in Gaza, which has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (19 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A boy loads pottery into an underground kiln. This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (17 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A Palestinian worker makes a pot made out of kneaded mud in this pottery factory, which been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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Pottery Workshop In Gaza City (35 of 35)
Gaza City
By AhmedDeeb
06 Jun 2013

A Palestinian worker makes a pot made out of kneaded mud in one of the largest pottery workshops in Gaza. It has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. Gaza Strip, June, 2013.

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The Ancient Craft of Pottery in the G...
Gaza City
By Transterra Editor
06 Jun 2013

Jun 2013 12:00 This pottery factory in Gaza has been a source of income and pride for the Attallah family for generations. The tradition of pottery making in Gaza dates back centuries and has been a source of income and family pride. This ceramic factory rest underneath the Attallah family's home. The Attallahs consider the pottery industry a part of their identity and heritage. They are one of the oldest families producing pottery in Gaza. Their factory was established over 60 years ago and are now struggling to maintain not only their business but an ancestral tradition. The security situation in Gaza and the Israeli blockade has made their business unprofitable and on the brink of vanishing.

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