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Макацёр "цёрніца" / Makitra 3D Model
KP 5257 K 666; Siaredy (village) / Pastavy powiat / Vilnius Voivodeship (province)/ Polish Republic; 1920 – 1930s; clay; modeling, firing, hardening; h – 11,7; d1 – 18,8; d2 – 13,8 Makitra is a clay bowl that was commonly used for grinding poppy seeds, and making dough and sourdough. Makitra was called also as “ciornica” in Paazerie (historic and ethnographic region of the Northern part of Belarus). It was also used as a baking dish and crockery. This pot was created with coiling building technique. This archaic technique was a distinctive trait of rural pottery applying in Paazerie region till the middle of twentieth century.
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