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  1. Surface Design for Ceramics (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Maureen Mills, 2008-07-01
  2. Handbuilt Ceramics: Pinching * Coiling * Extruding * Molding * Slip Casting * Slab Work( A Lark Ceramics Book) by Kathy Triplett, 2000-06-30
  3. Handbuilt Pottery Techniques Revealed: The secrets of handbuilding shown in unique cutaway photography by Jacqui Atkin, 2004-02-01
  4. Ceramic Design Course: Principles, Practice, and Techniques: A Complete Course for Ceramicists by Anthony Quinn, 2007-10-01
  5. Pottery on the Wheel by Elsbeth S. Woody, 2008-04-01
  6. Alternative Kilns & Firing Techniques: Raku * Saggar * Pit * Barrel (A Lark Ceramics Book) by James C. Watkins, Paul Andrew Wandless, 2006-09-28
  7. Pottery Basics: Everything You Need to Know to Start Making Beautiful Ceramics by Jacqui Atkin, 2005-08-12
  8. Mastering Raku: Making Ware * Glazes * Building Kilns * Firing (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Steven Branfman, 2009-11-03
  9. Wheel-Thrown Ceramics: Altering, Trimming, Adding, Finishing (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Don Davis, 2000-12
  10. Inside Japanese Ceramics: Primer Of Materials, Techniques, And Traditions by Richard L. Wilson, 1999-10-01
  11. The Potter's Studio Clay and Glaze Handbook: An Essential Guide to Choosing, Working, and Designing with Clay and Glaze in the Ceramic Studio (Backyard Series) by Jeff Zamek, 2009-06-01
  12. Functional Pottery: Form and Aesthetic in Pots of Purpose by Robin Hopper, 2000-01-01
  13. Techniques of the World's Great Masters of Pottery and Ceramics
  14. Creative Pottery: A Step-By-Step Guide and Showcase by Micheal Coakes, 1998-11

1. NativeWeb Resources: Ceramics & Pottery
Resource Database / Art, Artisans Galleries / Ceramics Pottery. Resources 9 listings

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    Resources: 9 listings Name and Description Nation Location Hits
    Acoma Clay Acoma US - Southwest
    Welcome to Acoma Clay, the personal website of Theresa Pasqual-Pruitt. Here you have the opportunity to look at some of the Acoma Pottery I have designed and painted.
    Al Qöyawayma - Hopi Potter Hopi
    AL Qöyawayma (Hopi, pronounced: Ko-YAH why-mah - meaning: "Grey Fox Walking at Dawn") is not only an outstanding engineer but is also one of Americas leading pottery makers. His experience with native peoples include being a Fullbright Fellow to the Maori by helping them to reestablish an ancient ceramic tradition. He is a co-founder and First Chairman of the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) which has grown to a constituency of one-half million.
    Avanyu Passage: west by southwest US - West
    We offer a site that specializes in New Mexico pueblo pottery. We are also offering our newly published book titled Santa Clara Portraits: A Proud Tradition through this web site.
  • 2. CeramicsWeb 3.0
    ceramics and pottery listings range from functional pottery, ceramic art, industrial ceramics to manufacturers, suppliers, classes and educational institutions. Japan, McCoy, Quimper, Poole, Porcelain China, pottery ceramics, pottery Ceramic Marks, Pratt Ware, Redware, Red
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    3. World Of Pottery And Ceramics_by_Clayzee
    Worldwide ceramics and pottery listings.Category Arts Crafts pottery Directories......Worldwide ceramics and pottery listings of sites ranging from functional pottery,ceramic art, industrial ceramics to manufacturers, suppliers, classes and
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    4. Silsal Ceramics- Handmade Pottery In Jordan & The Middle East
    pottery inspired by the ancient Arab, Islamic and Middle Eastern civilizations such as jars, juglets, Category Arts Crafts pottery Potteries Middle East...... Silsal's pieces draw inspiration from the pottery of the Middle East's ancient civilisationsand great Islamic dynasties whose artefacts are Silsal ceramics Tel
    Middle Eastern, Arab company in Jordan producing pottery inspired by the ancient Arab, Islamic civilizations such as jars, juglets, bowls, pitchers and cups; all handmades, Arabs, Jordan, Middle East, Islam, Muslims, Moslems, pottery, civilizations, dynasty, artfacts, artifacts, museums, handmade, arabesque, Ruqqa, juglets, jars, pitchers, bowls, bronze, scripts, animals, cups, lines, decorations, arts, culture, ibexes, birds, fishes, heraldic, proverbs, Phoenicians, Abbassids, Sessanians, inscriptions. Silsal's pieces draw inspiration from the pottery of the Middle East's ancient civilisations and great Islamic dynasties whose artefacts are today part of the world's museum collections. Our ceramic products are entirely handmade and glazed with our special matte glazes. Each piece is incised and painted to give bas-relief imagery. Silsal's pieces are non-toxic and designed for practical use in the contemporary home. Silsal Ceramics Tel. 962 6 5931128, Fax. 962 6 5930664, P.O.Box 1838, Amman 11118 Jordan

    5. Kate Glanville - Hand Painted Pottery And Personalised Plates
    pottery, tiles, plates, mugs and cups by artist, Kate Glanville. Commissions undertaken.
    Tiles Plates
    Kate Glanville
    Hand Painted Pottery
    Featured in House Beautiful Magazine Ceramic Artist Kate Glanville has been producing hand-painted earthenware pottery from her studio since 1990. She individually hand-paints each piece using brightly coloured majolica glazes in her own unique and lively illustrative style. Kate applies an original contemporary approach to a traditional British decorative technique. Personalised Commemorative plates make an original gift to celebrate a special occasion and tiles and tile panels are one of Kate's specialities. Each piece is signed by Kate creating pottery that is highly collectable. Price List For more information contact Kate Glanville - see Price List for contact details. email us at

    6. Ceramics In Society Autumn 2001
    Quarterly UK magazine for creative craft and design ceramics.Category Arts Crafts pottery Publications Magazines......British magazine covering craft and design. Read by ceramic makers.
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    7. How To Clean Pottery At Antique Resources!
    Instructions on cleaning antique ceramics and pottery.
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    How To Clean Your Pottery Items
    By Jerry McCracken
    For those of us who have some beautiful pottery that looks a little run down there are a few tricks of the trade to bring the life back into your pieces.
  • Make sure your piece has *NO* repairs before you try any of these methods. If you know that it's been repaired - *DON'T* take the chance! You may end up with paying to have it restored - again!
  • Go to your local Beauty Supply store. Buy Peroxide #40 solution. This is very important.
  • Get a dark bucket or container that your pottery will fit in. Pour the peroxide in to the bucket and then gentley put your pottery into it. *DO NOT* put your hands into the solution! This is a bleach. It will bleach your hands and might even cause burns on some people. Use those heavy duty cleaning gloves if there is a possibility that you might get wet.
  • If your pottery is very "dirty" it may take a days or even weeks to become clean. Don't worry about your item. The peroxide will not harm them.
  • 8. Clayzee Pottery And Ceramic Books
    ceramics and pottery Art, Artists, Coil, Contemporary, Decorating, Earthenware, Extruding,Faience, Figures, Firing, Function, HandBuilding, Glazing, Majolica
    We have teamed up with to assemble a huge selection of Pottery and Ceramic titles. Now we offer our subject expertise and Amazon's trusted and secure shopping. If you wish you can shop for just about anything Baby Books Classical Music Computers DVD Electronics Magazines Outdoor Living Popular Music Software Video
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    9. Bairstow Manor Pottery Ltd
    Offer hand painted collectible ceramics with a product list and information about the company.

    10. Ceramics/Pottery
    Independent Study In ceramics/pottery This curriculum in ceramics is offered as two courses ceramics/pottery and Independent Study in ceramics/pottery. Prerequisites Independent Study in ceramics/pottery - ceramics/ pottery. Full Year - 1 credit

    11. JAPAN BOOKSTORE: Ceramics/Pottery Shelf
    ceramics/pottery. The Art of Ogata Kenzan Persona and Production in Japanese ceramics by Richard Wilson Hardcover
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    The Art of Ogata Kenzan: Persona and Production in Japanese Ceramics by Richard Wilson Hardcover Ceramic Art: 7 Individuals (Art Random Series, No. 83) by Kyoichi Tsuzuki Hardcover The Collector's Guide to Made in Japan Ceramics: Identification; Values Vol 1 by Carole Bess White Paperback The Early Porcelain Kilns of Japan: Arita in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century by Oliver R. Impey Hardcover 156 pages Documents the porcelain made in the first half of the seventeenth century, including working practices, the individual kilns of Arita, and color photos.

    12. Glossary Of Terms
    Selected terminology of ceramics and pottery.
    Bone China The ingredients of bone china are china clay, china stone, silica, alumina, alkalies, lime and bone ash. It is fired at high of 2,300 to 2,500 degrees Fahrenheit. In the best grades of English bone china, 50% or more of the body consists of refined bone ash prepared from specially selected animal bones which are reduced to a fine powder by heat. The bone is mixed with the finest china clays and highest quality Cornish stone. Specially skilled workers are needed in the manufacture of bone china and the best and most highly skilled in the world are found in the pottery district of England.
    Earthenware The basic mixture for earthenware is potash, sand, feldspar and clay. This type of dinnerware is fired at anywhere from 600 to 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit — usually around 900 degrees Fahrenheit. Earthenware (often mistakenly referred to as "china" is not made from a hard paste. It has a softer body and is much cheaper to produce. It can be made almost as thin as bone china, but it lacks translucency. It is not as durable as bone china and chips more easily. However, it is much less expensive, lends itself to colorful decorations and is often interesting and quite beautiful.
    Fine China Dinnerware designed as "fine china" usually indicates that feldspar, a glassy and hard crystalline mineral made up mainly of aluminum silicates rather than bone ash has been used as the fluxing (fusing or bonding) agent. Fine china does not have the pure white body seen in bone china. It tends to have a grey-white hue.

    13. House Of Pottery Collectable Ceramics.
    British antique ceramics dealer specializing in Royal Doulton, Wedgewood, Royal Albert, and Worcester.

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    15. Pottery Supplies Arts And Crafts Ceramics!
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    16. Francesco Guarino's Art Ceramics
    ceramics and artistic sculptures of an Italian craftsman. Also painted and decorated pottery in Holy art style.
    Ceramic of Albisola 800 x 600 ENTER
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    17. Ceramics And Pottery
    British magazine covering craft and design. Read by ceramic makers. ceramics in Society is a quarterly, fullcolour magazine, published since 1993 (previously titled Studio pottery)
    T his is a new category with an inventory that's sent me scrambling for books and experts in the vast field of Chinese, Burmese, Thai and Vietnamese ceramics. The most valuable source I found, a Mr . Jan-Erik Nilsson , is a wonder of not only knowledge but also super-human capabilities (or a closet of clones). He's been an enormous help to me but, still, we are honestly in the dark on a few of these pieces. This being the case, I have simply given the best description I could, included whatever theories we've hatched, and priced them as fairly as I'm able. I would welcome the input of all experts out there.
    A potter, Udaipur. February, 1999. Chinese Chrysanthemum Porcelain Plates
    These are jolly, slightly odd, ceramicware produced by China for the export market. I'm on a hunt for more of these (quite a few sold) but, at present, we do have three pieces.
    Porcelain with underglaze cobalt blue decoration.
    The pattern is of stylized chrysanthemum among devolved conch shells.
    China, 19th century, southern kilns, perhaps Fujian Province.

    18. Ceramics EStore
    Online shop for seven Japanese potters with one of a kind pieces, and information on Japanese pottery, Category Shopping Antiques and Collectibles ceramics and pottery...... oneof-a-kind ceramics, and learn about the styles and traditions ofJapanese pottery, from longtime Japan resident and ceramic specialist Robert
    Buy one-of-a-kind ceramics, and learn about the styles and traditions of Japanese pottery, from longtime Japan resident and ceramic specialist Robert Yellin. To learn more about this store, our money-back guarantee, and customer testimonials, please visit the About Us page.
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    Welcome to our online Japanese pottery store. We offer a wide selection of excellent ceramics from the potters of Japan, both antique pieces and those by contemporary artists. Our online selections are updated weekly, so come back often to view our latest offerings.
    And don't forget to explore the wonderful world of Japanese pottery at, our sister site and pottery knowledge center. It offers a wealth of information in English on the pottery scene in Japan, on the styles and traditions of Japanese pottery, on ceramic events in Tokyo and elsewhere, including nationwide gallery and museum listings and reviews of contemporary Japanese artists. It includes a glossary and links to other excellent sites.
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    19. Patty's Pottery | A Muddy Place
    welcome to A Muddy Place, the online home of Patty's pottery. Enjoy browsing through the ceramics gallery or finding out more about the artist and her upcoming shows.
    "Does not the potter have the right to make out of some lump of clay some pottery for noble purposes and some for common use?"
    - Romans 9:21
    A Muddy Place
    Welcome to my online studio and gallery.
    The highlight of this site is the pottery gallery , a showcase for my artwork. The gallery is graphics oriented, but I have tried to maintain a balance between reasonable download times and quality images. If you are looking for information about ceramic techniques and resources, check out my list of ceramic related links
    Upcoming Events
    February 28 - March 2, 2003
    I fell in love with pottery during my first college ceramics class in the spring of 1993, but the desire to "play in the mud" must have exisited since childhood. There are pictures of me as a little girl covered from head to toe with mud after enjoying an afternoon of mud sliding on the mound of dirt in my backyard. In 1996, I graduated with a BA in studio art, and began taking the first small steps toward becoming a working artist. I am currently doing office work part-time at the ceramics studio I rent space from and devoting the rest of my time to developing a cohesive body of work. Home The Artist The Gallery Events ... Resources Contact:

    20. Home Page Clay,Children,Art,Ceramics,Nierman,Pottery
    Clean, well lighted instructional studio for kids and adults, focused on the benefits of creative Category Arts Crafts pottery Classes United States...... learning the craft of ceramics. Click here to see some of Kevin's current work Click here to see the Annual KNC Show. Call Kids 'N' Clay pottery Studio at
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