Moroccan pottery is an art form that is predominantly composed of male artisans. The artisans range in age from teenagers to men in their late sixties. Pottery of this type is made in fes, Morocco, fes known as one of the centers for this art and utilizes WHITE clay to create the ceramic pottery.
Clay is softened by hand, and formed using a potter’s wheel which is powered by foot, using age-old techniques. Pieces are dried in the sun then baked in kilns that are over 200 years old.