The Main Centers for Production of Enameled Pottery and Their Features
International Journal of Archaeology
Volume 4, Issue 2, March 2016, Pages: 17-25
Received: Apr. 29, 2016; Accepted: May 9, 2016; Published: May 20, 2016
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Najmeh Nouri, Faculty of Preservation and Restoration Department of Archaeology, Isfahan University of Art, Isfahan, Iran
Fereshteh Sharifi, Faculty of Art and Architecture Department of Archaeology, Bu-Ali Sina University, Hamedan, Iran
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Abstract
This project is about skills and ability of Iranian potters in producing porcelain enamel. Procedure of performing relief and decoration in manufacturing center contain characteristics that make different every center from other centers. The main question is that where the main centers of porcelain is enamel And what is basic property of porcelain enamel decoration in different city? Rey, Saveh, Sultan Abad and Kashan was the main centers of porcelain enameled. Gorgan, Neighbor and Tabriz are the other cities of manufacturing clay. Perhaps, Rey and Kashan manufactured clay for the same time T but pointers of Kashan was the best. In Kashan style in spite of Rey, the most important matter was descriptive forms and craftsman considered more attention to this. In Kashan group, statues was the biggest level and faces was impressive and decoration was disperse that is completely differ from Rey method. In Rey method of ten used from miniature design and in Kashan method used of calligraphy and designing for decorating clays. Pottery industry in Saveh is most important rival for Rey and Kashan, that this is not so differ from pottery in Rey and Kashan. in some dishes that produced by using of Saveh method, there is combination of Rey and Kashan method and can be said this is adoption of human body in Kashan style, but there is some intervention in state of human faces and decoration style in designing of cloths. Since, Saveh was heir apparent, developing of pottery in Soltan Abad is due to relation with Kashan. There is some advantages in Soltan Abad clays that contain: scant colures, accuracy of animal design, so that this is not so differ from natural forms and bowl dishes that is not common in other city. Soltan Abad glaze have more arch and garniture and impacts of china art was observed from Soltan Abad clay, also, human faces in this type of clay is look like mogul faces. Research method of this project is historical and look in sites carried out by using of internet and searching the foreign museums. The purpose of this research is to investigate main centers of manufacturing porcelain enameled and its property in each center.
Keywords
Pottery Enameled, Manufacturing Center, Features Index
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Najmeh Nouri, Fereshteh Sharifi, The Main Centers for Production of Enameled Pottery and Their Features, International Journal of Archaeology. Vol. 4, No. 2, 2016, pp. 17-25. doi: 10.11648/j.ija.20160402.12
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