Late Neolithic period (Voznesenov pottery, 3000-2600 BC)
Ancient masters created their creations using simple techniques, but achieving amazing perfection in shaping their vessels and decorating them. The composition of the ceramic dough of the ancient masters was characterized by two recipe schemes: "clay+inorganic (mineral) additives", "clay+organic additives". Each additive had a specific purpose.
Late Neolithic period (the Gorin stage of the Voznesenov Neolithic culture, 3000-2600 BC).
The process of clay pottery production was already limited to the warm season, which coincided, in addition, with the period of food preparation. Perhaps that is why even broken vessels continued to be used, carefully joining the fractures.
late neolithic period (voznesenov pottery, 3000-2600 bc)
Important in all these complex patterns was the filling of the space: comb impressions, covering it with ochre, leaving it empty. The comb could imitate water ripples, the empty space could imitate air, etc.