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Other productions of the Company are the egg-shell specimens of fictile ware, which demand the most artistic skill of the potter.
When the remains were burned, a fictile vessel was used to contain the ashes.
Examples of this kind of weaving may be obtained from the fictile remains of nearly all the Atlantic States.
A fourth form of fabric, illustrated in Fig. 98, is of very rare occurrence on our fictile remains.
Impressions upon pottery represent a class of work utilized in the fictile arts.
The fictile art is the offshoot and has within itself no predilection for decoration.
In the first none of the fictile ware was turned on the wheel or fire-baked.
The study of the fictile art of the potter, even from the theoretical side alone, cannot fail to quicken and broaden education.
Many others of the Indian tribes practised the fictile art, very few, so far as is known, being entirely ignorant of it.
THE CERAMIC ARTJENNIE J. YOUNG
Fictile, fik′til, adj. used or fashioned by the potter, plastic.

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