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Ceramics in America 2012
Robert Hunter, ed.



Ceramics in America Annual

Chipstone Foundation
2012 • 212 pp. 232 illus. 8 3/4 x 11 1/4"
Ceramics / Decorative Arts & Material Culture


$65.00 Hardcover, 978-0-9827722-0-1

Illustration is for interior page(s);
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Ceramics in America, the scholarly journal edited by Robert Hunter and published by the Chipstone Foundation, widens our perspectives with articles by archeologists, economic historians, and collectors who enjoy research.”—Maine Antique Digest

A diverse range of essays, new discoveries, and book reviews on the latest research of interest to ceramics scholars

Now in its twelfth year of publication, Ceramics in America is considered the journal of record for historical ceramic scholarship in the American context.

A partial list of articles coming in the 2012 edition:

• “History of Baltimore Porcelain”
Barbara And Ken Beem

• “Stone-Ware of Excellent Quality, Alexandria Manufacture”
Part I: The Pottery of John Swann
Barbara H. Magid

• "Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Japanese Domestic Wares from British Columbia"
Douglas E. Ross

• “The Stoneware of Early Albany: A Mystery Solved”
Warren F. Hartmann

• “Paul Cushman: The Premier Albany Potter and His Fascinating Stoneware”
Paul Cushman

• “Ceramics from the 1813 Prize Brig Ann Auction, Salem, Massachusetts”
George L. Miller

• “Ceramics from the Tortugas Shipwreck: A Spanish Navio of the 1622 Tierra Firme Fleet”
Sean Kingsley, Ellen Gerth, and Michael Hughes

• Plus New Discoveries and six new book reviews.

Click here for TABLE OF CONTENTS

Reviews:

Ceramics in America . . .  widens our perspectives with articles by archeologists, economic historians, and collectors who enjoy research.”—Maine Antique Digest

Endorsements:

“Beautifully produced and edited, Ceramics in America is the definitive publication on the subject—and a model for scholarship on historical material culture of all kinds.”—Glenn Adamson, Deputy Head of Research, Victoria and Albert Museum

“With gorgeous illustrations and keen insights from leading ceramic historians, collectors, and archaeological colleagues, Ceramics in America is truly the sort of treasure that archaeologists seek.”—Mary C. Beaudry, Department of Archaeology, Boston University



ROBERT HUNTER is a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and an archaeologist and ceramic historian living in Williamsburg, Virginia.






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