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London: Wyman and Sons, 1906. Second Edition. Hard Cover.
Second edition. Top edge of boards soiled, sticker on front free endpaper, blind stamp on title page.
xxi, 119 pp. Includes numerous plates and a seven-page bibliography, neither of which appeared in the original 1880 edition. A catalogue of Japanese pottery.....
Cranbury, New Jersey: A.S. Barnes & Co., Inc., 1967. 2nd Printing. Large Hardcover.
Second printing. Jacket rubbed, rear jacket panel lightly soiled.
144 pp. With black-and-white illustrations. CONTENTS: Author's Preface; Acknowledgements; List of Illustrations; General Survey, 1780-1850; The Staffordshire Potteries; Spode, Mintons and Masons; Some Neglected Manufacturers and Wares; The.....
Atglen, Pennsylvania: Schiffer Publishing Co., 2005. Fourth Edition. Large Hardcover.
Fourth edition. Jacket edges lightly bumped.
286 pp. Black-and-white photographs. This entirely different book on American Stonewares presents the history and the technology of production. Complete chapters describe the method of turning clay into pots, common and uncommon forms in.....
New York/London: Gordon and Breach, 1963. First Edition. Hard Cover.
First edition. Typed letter signed by author laid in. Jacket rubbed with multiple chips and tears. Top page ridge faintly foxed.
vi, 361 pp. "This meeting was organized to review the principles of solid state physics and solid state chemistry.....
University Park, Pennsylvania: Keystone Books / The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1979. Stapled Binding.
Covers lightly soiled.
59 pp. Black-and-white photographs. Documents the high-fired utilitarian pottery in numerous central Pennsylvania counties. In addition to an overview, chapters are devoted to the makers and their wares from each county. An appendix.....
Norman, Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1965. Lefranc, Margaret. 10th Printing. Hard Cover.
Tenth printing. Jacket rubbed. Page ridges foxed, ink name.
xxi, 294 pp. Maria Martinez, also spelled María Martínez, also called Poveka (Tewa: “Pond Lily” or “Water Pond Lily”), née Maria Antonia Montoya, (born 1887', San Ildefonso Pueblo.....
London: John Murray, 1868. Third Edition. Half-Leather.
Third edition. Corners rubbed with minor loss of leather, plates foxed.
xix, , 549,  pp. 8vo. Leather spine and corners, cloth boards, gilt titles and rules, red lacquered edges, marbled endpapers. Color frontispiece and plates. Engraved illustrations and maker's marks throughout. A......
Michigan: Scott Publications, Inc., 1981. Hard Cover.
A near fine copy in a near fine jacket. Jacket edges very lightly rubbed.
155 pp. Color and black-and-white photographs. "Lorene McCullough, an acknowledged expert in the field of clay flower making, has been a writer for CERAMIC Arts and Crafts and CERAMIC.....
Toronto: Portfolio Press, 1986. First Edition. Large Hardcover.
First edition. Jacket faintly rubbed.
256 pp. The Precious Moments Story is the first and only comprehensive collector's guide devoted to artist Sam Butcher and the entire porcelain Precious Moments Collection made by Enesco Imports Corp. Rare family album photos never before.....
Milwaukee, Wisconsin: Milwaukee Art Museum, 1982. Stapled Binding.
17 pp. Milwaukee Art Museum, Cudahy Gallery of Wisconsin Art, February 19 - March 20, 1983. Expands our understanding of significant and diverse activity of Wisconsin ceramists in 1982. 39 artists and 55 works of art.
West Palm Beach: The Norton Gallery and School of Art, 1942. Limited Edition. Large Hardcover.
First edition, #759 of 1000 copies, with stamped number and printed author's signature on copyright page. Former library copy, rebound in buckram with a few internal marks, presentation bookplate from the author on front endpaper.....
London: Merehurst Press, 1989. Hard Cover.
Slightly musty otherwise near fine.
160 pp. "...surveys the history of changing fashions and the varying fortunes experienced by the porcelain factories, conveying a clear idea of why different wares were produced, and why certain pieces are so rare and valuable today, while others.....