How far back was pottery used?

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Pottery is still used in the undeveloped countries.
ADDED: It is still used in the developed countries too! The discovery that clay can be shaped and fused into useful objects goes back at least around 3000 years; and the styles of a lot of surviving Bronze Age vessels are just as elegant as many equivalents by modern potters.
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