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Ceramics and fermentation

What do bread, cheese, soy sauce, yoghurt and wine have in common? They are all made using a process called fermentation. Fermentation is a chemical change that occurs in vegetable and animal products in an oxygen-free environment with the right yeasts, moulds or bacteria. Emma is a ceramicist who specialises in making ...

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Moorcroft vase, 1949-73

This is an earthenware vase made in England by William Moorcroft at some time between 1949 and 1973. It features a smooth upright rim and bulbous sides, a painted blue flowerhead with green leaves on each side. It is covered with a glossy blue glaze. The vase is 9.0 cm wide and 8.0 cm high.

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Kimberley points, late 19th century

This image shows five small, sharp cutting blades known as 'Kimberley points' that were made of different coloured glass and ceramic materials by Indigenous Australian craftspeople in the Kimberley region of Western Australia. They are an average of 8 cm long and 2.5 cm wide. The points at top right and bottom left show ...

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e-Museum: app for Android

This Android application contains high-resolution images and descriptions of over 1,000 items from four Japanese museums: Tokyo National Museum, Kyoto National Museum, Nara National Museum and Kyusyu National Museum. The images are organised into twelve categories: Painting, Calligraphy, Sculpture, Architecture, Metalwork, ...

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Toy teacup, c1880-1900

This is a glazed ceramic toy teacup. It measures 30 mm (length) x 30 mm (width) x 28 mm (height). It was excavated in 1988 in part of a district known as 'Little Lon', Melbourne. It would have been in use in about 1880-1900.