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One characteristic of Inca pottery is that it did not portray the human form, unlike other cultures that thrived before them.They focused more on geometric patterns and shapes and heads of animals.
During the reign of the Inca’s, the production of pottery in the Andes was an art that had already developed in the region for thousands of years.
The most common Inca vessel was the stirrup spout which is a bottle shaped vase intended for holding liquids with a long neck that forms the spout which usually serves as a handle.
Inca effigy jars were also a popular utilitarian ceramic that was made in large quantities since they were casted from a mold, whereas the stirrup spouts were handmade and welded into the vessel.
They used anthropomorphic figures and animal faces and bodies to shape their ceramic.
They were the only pre-Inca culture to incorporate realistic facial expressions and emotions in their pottery work, a characteristic that the Inca pottery did not employ.