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Paneleiras de Goiabeiras (Potters of Goiabeiras)

The clay pots are handmade by Paneleiras Goiabeiras without the oven aid, cooked in wood fires, and getting after a tannin dye in a ritual known as "thrash...
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The clay pots are handmade by Paneleiras Goiabeiras without the oven aid, cooked in wood fires, and getting after a tannin dye in a ritual known as "thrashing" or "scourge", according to tradition indigenous.
Located in the Goiabeiras neighborhood in the city of Vitória, Espírito Santo State, Brazil.

"For over 400 years, an indigenous technique used for the manufacture of utensils is passed from generation to generation in the Espírito Santo State. With it, they are molded one of the icons of Brazilian culture: the clay pots used to make one of the typical foods most celebrated in Brazil, moqueca. Artisanal manufacture of clay pots is the craft of Paneleiras de Goiabeiras (Potters of Goiabeiras), on the outskirts of the capital Victoria. For practically have not been changed since the time it was developed by the Tupi-Guarani Indians and one, who inhabited the region, this activity predominantly female and family was listed in 2002 by the Heritage Institute for National Artistic (IPHAN) as intangible heritage.

The potters were the first cultural and immaterial nature enrolled in Knowledge Record Book, created by the Ministry of Culture in 2000. Goiabeiras is a neighborhood on the outskirts of Vitoria, distant about 35 minutes from downtown. Often the shed where the Association works to be visited by many tourists, who follow the work of potters.

One of the few things that has changed in the original form to make the pots is that now women work together and not each one in his backyard. 17 years ago, the Association of Potters of Goiabeiras was created. Lucilina Lucidata de Carvalho, 65, former president and current vice, mastered the technique of manufacturing the clay pot from what is known by people. "I joke saying I was born already knowing how to make pot because my mother did, my grandmother and great-grandmother too. When I was a kid was next to my mother, playing make clay cliques," says Lucilina."
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