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Black clay
also called "Barro Negro" is a traditional technique used in Oaxaca

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  1. Mexico for the production of pottery

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    created by user picturefactobot on February 18, 2009
  2. pottery is distinguished by its black-silvery appearance and its crystal-like sound

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  3. Oaxacan black clay pottery is a traditional, indigenous, Zapotec art form principally practiced in Coyotepec, a village about twelve kilometers southeast of the town of Oaxaca

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  4. mostly decorative because it will not hold water unless it is double cooked and then it becomes grayish in color

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  5. The prepared clay is a smooth, almost greasy material, very plastic and tan in color

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