5 edition of Early New England Potters And Their Wares found in the catalog.
March 15, 2007
by Watkins Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||368|
Martha Stewart collects old yellow ware, along with lots of other folks. I think many collectors use the low pie plates for their place settings. Although yellow ware has been produced since the s, dinnerware plates and sets made from these yellow clays where not generally made until the mid s when they were mass produced with the use. The Early New England Families Study Project provides accurate and concise published summaries of seventeenth-century New England families. Using Clarence Almon Torrey's bibliographic index of early New England marriages and its recent successors as a guide, the project focuses on individuals who immigrated from through , grouped by.
With New Geneva's plastic fireclay, Beaver potters would have been able to produce a slip (liquid clay) and apply it to their vessels, creating a pleasing gray surface. Early potteries in Johnstown, like the Hamilton & Pershing and Haws enterprises, could have ordered South Amboy clay and blended it with local material to achieve their. As these characters only occur on experimental pieces, they are seldom found on examples which leave the factory, and their significance is never divulged. Appears in 3 books from Page - Street with only a few assistants, his business rapidly increased until his corps of decorators had reached the number of forty men and women.
Early New England potters and their wares. Tools. Cite this; Export citation file; Main Author: Watkins, Lura (Woodside) Language(s): English: Published: [Hamden, Conn.] Archon Books, [c] Subjects: Potters > Potters / New England Pottery. The potters of Pennsylvania were the most prolific and artistic of all American Redware potters. Their forms were thrown, slabbed, coiled and hand built. Their decoration consisted of simple solid color glazes, to the multicolored, very detailed slip trailed and sgraffito ware highly prized by collectors today.
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Early New England Potters and Their Wares by Lura Woodside Watkins starting at $ Early New England Potters and Their Wares has 3 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Redware items, such as an ovoid New Jersey jug with black glaze or sponge-decorated wares from Connecticut or Virginia, can be purchased for between $ and $ Wares decorated with slip-trail designs can be acquired in a range of $ to $5, depending on rarity and complexity of design.
The steps by which the history and the biographies of the potters were collected and compiled are interesting, and bring ""diggins""- usually associated with Egypt or ancient Troy in our minds, closer home, to the shard piles where once potters plied their trade.
Every part of New England was explored, and old records, inventories, diaries. Watkins, Lurs Woodside Early New England Potters and Their Wares. Howard University Press, Cambridge, MA. Howard University Press, Cambridge, MA. Google Scholar. Early New England Potters Their Wares were given ample and excellent record in Lura Watkins's book [Early New England Potters and Their Wares, Cambridge, MA, ] in which the illustrations show what Puritan austerity characterized the general output.
Simple and appropriate forms were enough, with richly coloured glazes to satisfy the eye and. out of 5 stars Early American Potters and Their Wares. Reviewed in the United States on J Verified Purchase.
The book is a reproduction of an old book by Laura Woodside Watkins. One of her very best books, and very complete on the subject. Contained everything that I needed for my research/5(6).
Tulip Ware of the Pennsylvania-German Potters. Philadelphia: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art, Reprint. New York: Dover Publications, Branin, M. Lelyn. The Early Makers of Handcrafted Earthenware and Stoneware in Central and Southern New Jersey.
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The study has been carried on, partly in libraries and town records, partly by conferences with. For many casual collectors of American antiques, American stoneware is perhaps typified by the pieces made in New York State and New England during the second half of the nineteenth century.
Early Connecticut potters had been making stoneware mostly in the style of the well-known Manhattan potters since the eighteenth century; Boston area stoneware potters working in the latter part of that. EARLY NEW ENGLAND POTTERS AND THEIR. Page 3 and 4: EARLY NEW ENGLAND POTTERS AND THEIR.
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$ $ Early New England Potters and Their Wares by Watkins, Lura Woodside (Paperback) $ shipping: End date: Distinctive c redware pitcher from Lawrence Pottery in Beverly, MA. The 5″ earthenware is brushed with white and green slips against a brownish/red ground. Excellent condition. Featured in Lura Watkin’s book, Early New England Potters and Their Wares (exhibit 57) ″H x 5″W Please click on photos to enlarge and appreciate detail.Watkins discusses the four categories of New England pottery, production techniques, and traces its production from the mid seventeenth century to the late nineteenth century.
The appendix includes a checklist of New England potters. One copy available very .