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Гляк / Glyak 3D Model
KP 10079 K 1365; Haradnaya (village) / Stolinsky powiat / Palieski Voivodeship (province)/ Polish Republic; clay; turning, engobe, firing; h – 20, d1 – 5, d2 – 13. Glyak is a pot that was used for keeping and transporting liquids (water, wine, oil and other types of liquids). A short narrow neck that allowed sealing it easily – was a specific feature of the pot (glyak). Accordingly, it was very convenient to travel with a glyak, for example, a glayk was very convenient container for bringing the liquids to the fields by peasants during harvest time. Glyak was also called as “Bunka” in Brest region or Ukraine. This object was made in Haradnaya, which is considered as the largest and famous Belarus pottery centers. Due to white clay available in this region, Haradnaya pottery is easily distinguieshed among others. Crockery was painted with red clay engobe. The decoration was made with poultry feather brush while object was on the pottery wheel.
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