Milwaukee, WI: Chipstone Foundation / University Press of New England, 2001. Softbound. Brown & color illustrated wraps. 292 pp., illustrated with bw and color illustrations and figures. VG. Item #124168
The 2001 of this interdisciplinary journal examining the role of historical ceramics in an American context contains more than twenty papers on various aspects of early modern pottery. Articles: Potsherds and pragmatism: one collector's perspective / Ivor Noël Hume -- Magical, mythical, practical, and sublime: the meanings and uses of ceramics in America / Ann Smart Martin -- European ceramics in the new world: the Jamestown example / Beverly Straube -- "The usual classes of useful articles": Staffordshire ceramics reconsidered / David Barker -- Dots, dashes and squiggles: early English slipware technology / Michelle Erickson and Robert Hunter -- Slip decoration in the age of industrialization / Don Carpentier and Jonathan Rickard -- How creamware got the blues: the origins of china glaze and pearlware / George L. Miller and Robert Hunter -- American Queensware -- the Louisville experience, 1829-1837 / Diana and J Garrison Stradling -- An adventure with early English pottery / Troy D. Chappell.
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