These clay pottery replicas from Biblical times are examples of pots and jars that one would have found in the homes in the Holy Land 2000-3000 years ago. These would have been used every day for food, water, oil and grain storage. Some were used for precious oils and perfumes. These reproductions are patterned after clay pieces found in archaelogical digs and some of the originals are on display in the Israel Museum located in Jerusalem.
These clay pottery replicas are made in the Holy Land today by potters using the same techniques as the potters from 2000 years ago during the time of the Romans. They are imported by Osmun Gifts directly from Israel.