CERAMICS in AMERICA , 2005

   

CONTENTS

Introduction

Robert Hunter  

 

A Pot of Butter for the Victims

George H. Lukas

 

Maine’s  Early-Nineteenth-Century Barrell-Wood Family Jugs and the 

Remarkable Woman Who Made Them Great

S. Robert Teitelman

 

John Bacon: Prince of Stoneware Potters?

Ivor Noel Hume

 

The Destruction of the Benjamin DuVal Stoneware Manufactory,  

Richmond , Virginia

Robert Hunter and Marshall Goodman

 

Rocketts’ Red Glare: John P. Schermerhorn and the Early Richmond-Area

Stoneware Industry

Kurt Russ and W. Sterling Schermerhorn

 

Distinguishing Marks and Flowering Designs: Baltimore ’s Utilitarian 

Stoneware Industry

John E. Kille

 

Rediscovering the New Brunswick Stoneware Pottery, ca. 1862-1902

Richard Veit and Judson M. Kratzer

 

The Mansion Pottery

Barbara J. Gundy and Deborah Casselberry

 

J. Palin Thorley (1892-1987), Potter and Designer: Part I

John C. Austin

 

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