Origin of Scandinavian pottery

Scandinavia is that region in Northern Europe occupied by countries like Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, and often Finland and the Faeroe Islands. Scandinavia beholds a rich history of wars, colonies, and the famed “Vikings” – the people who often raided the coastal areas of Europe between the 8th and 11th centuries A.D.

This wealth of history and culture led to the creation of a distinct art in pottery which is presently called Scandinavian. Whatever was left in era of the Vikings might now be restored and kept in museums but they can serve as emblems of the first Scandinavian pottery.

In the 19th century, the countries in this region had caught on the idea of the distinctive aesthetic style that is unique to Scandinavia, and which they called “Nordic”. This exemplifies into the fields of architecture, industrial décor, furniture design, and potte
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