Ceramics in America 2020 [Hardback]

Robert Hunter(Editor)

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ISBN: 9780986385780 | Published by: Chipstone Foundation | Series: Ceramics in America | Volume: 20 | Year of Publication: 2021 | 192p, H11.3 x W8.8, 220
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Ceramics in America 2020

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The 2020 volume of Ceramics in America is a celebration of the depth and diversity of ceramics in the American context. Beautifully illustrated articles explore the use of clay from the most basic building bricks to refined earthenwares promoting the political and economic issues of the American Revolution. Of special interest is the origin of the ceramic manufacturing spark in America, looking at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia cited by historians and connoisseurs as the height of recognition of achievement for ceramic production in the United States. The archaeological discovery of rare “black delft” teapot fragments from Charleston’s Drayton Hall is recounted in an exciting collector’s narrative. Other articles will include a profile of North Carolina potter David Stuempfle who continues the old-age tradition of producing wood fired stoneware, a study of Thomas Jefferson’s Chinese porcelain, and Pueblo pottery collected by a German Museum in the early twentieth century.

Table of Contents

My Quest for a Rare Dutch Black Delftware Teapot
Joseph P. Gromacki

A Study in Austerity: The Stoneware of David Stuempfle

“Many New and Beautiful Designs:” Salvage Archaeology at the Philadelphia and Boston Face Brick Company
Mark Nonestied and Richard Veit

Ceramics Displayed at the Annual Exhibitions of American Manufacturing at
the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia, 1824-1858
Tom Folk

Eighteenth Century Revolutionary Creamware at Rocketts Landing, Richmond, Virginia
Dan Mouer

A Chinese Export Service Ordered for Thomas Jefferson: In Rei Memoriam
James Boswell

From Santa Fe to Mettlach –
Pueblo Pottery and "Curiosities" in the Villeroy and Boch Keramikmuseum
Charlotte Jacob-Hanson
The Invisible American Potter: Justus Morton of Brantford, Ontario
Sylvia Lovegren-Petras

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