1/10 scale Cretan Pottery

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1/10 scale Cretan Pottery by Gigi1970 Jun 19, 2016
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Based on Late Bronze Age Cretan pottery from "Minoan and Mycenaean Art" (Reynold Higgins), perfect for 1/10th scale doll house, or doll archaeological dig!

Modeled in Solidworks, compiled with Kisslicer, and printed at Dallas Makerspace.

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Polyprinter 229










On early versions of these I had some come loose from the printer bed, so I set my supports to kick in for angles greater than 30 degrees, and wiped the bed down with acetone before every printing.


Take extra care cleaning out the support material in the handles, since they are pretty flimsy.

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With the disclaimer that I'm not an Archeologist, nor do I play one on TV, I have seen a number of museums and such (on both sides of the Atlantic). I've seen objects similar to what you've labeled "Teapot" that were, evidently, used as oil lamps (and have the scorch marks to suggest that usage).

Well that totally makes sense... The spout is kind of broad and shallow, like the "Aladdin Lamps" I've seen. The book I have only refers to it as a "teapot" (quotation marks included), but it was written in the 60's so not the most cutting edge stuff :)