Pottery in Greece – Greek Ceramics in 19th – 20th century

The most important pottery centers in Greece until the recent past, were the Messinian Gulf (Koroni’s area) and Patra in Peloponese, Zakynthos and Corfu in the Ionian Islands, Ioannina and Arta in Epirus, Florina, Kozani and Thessaloniki in Macedonia, Metaxades, Soufli and Xanthi in Thrace, Volos, Fanari, Karditsa, Tirnavos and Ayia in Thessaly, Sifnos and Kythnos in Cyclades, Skyros in Sporades, Samos, Chios and Lesvos in the eastern Aegean Sea, Kos and Rhodes in the Dodecanese, Chalkis in Euboea, the islands of Crete and Aegina and of course the region of Attica.

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