A Handbook of Pottery for Artists Craftsmen and Teachers

A Handbook of Pottery for Artists Craftsmen and Teachers
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In such a spacious craft as Pottery it is difficult to steer a fair course between the empirical and the scientific. Originally published in the 1910s, this handbook of Pottery sets out to tell in simple terms some of the processes of Potting, practicable to the student and to the more finished craftsman.

Contents Covered:

  • Historical Summary
  • Clays and Pastes
  • Built Shapes
  • Moulding, Casting, and Pressing
  • Jigger and Jolley Work
  • Thrown Shapes
  • Turning or Shaving
  • Tile-Making
  • Drying: Finishing
  • Firing Biscuit
  • Clost Firing
  • Glazes and Lustres
  • Decoration
  • Figurines
  • Kilns
  • The Educational Value of Pottery
  • Equipment for a Small Pottery or a School
  • Glossary and General Information
Format: PDF Digital Reprint, e-Facsimile
No. of Pages: 206
Page Size: A4 (210mm × 297mm)
Download Size: 8.7 MB
Product Code AHJCYQY85
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