Ceramics in America 2004

Ceramics in America 2004

by Robert Hunter (Editor)

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The 2004 issue features many important articles including the first color publication of America's earliest stoneware factory-The Poor Potter of Yorktown. In addition, other articles feature previously unpublished information about several important American Salt-glazed stoneware potters. The redware products of Morgantown West Virginia are presented along with information about English porcelain, Maryland tobacco pipes, and a wonderful essay about Bernard Leach's travels in America.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780972435338
Publisher: Chipstone Foundation
Publication date: 10/05/2004
Series: Ceramics in America Annual Series
Edition description: 2004 ed.
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Editor ROBERT HUNTER is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and an archaeologist and ceramic historian living in Williamsburg, Virginia. He was the founding director of the Center for Archaeological Research at The College of William and Mary, and served on the curatorial staff at the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Table of Contents

The Swan Cove Kiln: Chesapeake Tobacco Pipe Production, Circa 1650-1669 - Al Luckenbach
Archaeology of a Colonial Pottery Factory: The Kilns and Ceramics of the Poor Potter Poor Potter: A Man Wise Beyond Discretion - Martha W. Mc Cartney and Edward Ayres
An A-Markedl Hume

NEW DISCOVERIESA New Look at Old Stoneware: The Pottery of Tildon Easton - Barbara H. Magid
James Miller, Lost Potter of Alexandria, Virginia - Brandt Zipp and Mark Zipp
Relatedness and Fluidity among Stoneware Potters of Washington County, Virginia - Christopher T. Espenshade
Jar or Jug? A Handled Stoneware Storage Vessel from the Delaware Valley - William B. Liebeknecht
William Pecker Jar - John Kille
Excavations at the Minton Factory: Shedding New Light on Nineteenth-Century Pottery Kilns - Jonathan Goodwin
If This Pot Could Sing - Al Luckenbach
This I Mad for Yov and Moom Ghostsl Hume - Geoffrey Godden
Rudy Autio, Louana Lackey - Glenn Adamson
Business Structure, Business Culture, and the Industrial District: The Potteries, c. 1850-1914, Andrew Popp - Regina L. Blaszcszyk
Pottery, Politics, Art: George Ohr and the Brothers Kirkpatrick, Richard D. Mohr - Ellen P. Denker
The Legacy of Maria Poveka Martinez, Richard L. Spivey - Dwight P. Lanmon
Chinese Export Porcelain in the Reeves Center Collection at Washington and Lee University, Thomas V. Litzenburg, Jr., and Ann T. Bailey - Kee Il Choi
The Traditional Crafts of Porcelain Making in Jingdezhen, Bai Ming - William R. Sargent

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