Traditional pottery and ceramics of Metal Age

     Most of the pottery products from the Bronze Age were formed on turn tables and had diverse styles. As well as cooking utensils, there were also artistic ceramics and products for tool production.

     The diverse products were decorated with carved images and covered by a different coloured layer of an enamel-like substance. The abdomen of pottery products from this period was performed using bronze tools.

     Iron Age pottery products developed in all regions of the country. These products were produced at low temperatures using some-what rudimentary techniques. The form and commendation of the Iron Age pottery products was quite unique to this period. This craft developed from traditional experience, and from the influence of the Chinese.

     Architectural pottery, including bricks and tiles, also originated during this time and small simple statues of animals, such as pigs and oxen, were introduced.