Pottery and Ceramics

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Chronicle Books, 1994 - Crafts & Hobbies - 64 pages
Since its birth at the turn of the century, the Arts and Crafts style - with its uncompromising workmanship and simple elegance - has enhanced home design. Today, the genre is experiencing a dramatic renaissance, and its admirers are bringing the timeless beauty of the Arts and Crafts style into their homes with renewed enthusiasm. Pottery and Ceramics illustrates just two exciting facets of the movement, taking the reader on a compelling, inspirational, and previously unexplored visual journey.

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About the author (1994)

Joanna Wissinger was the home design editor of "HomeOwner "magazine and an editor at "Progressive Architecture "and "Colonial Homes" magazines. She is the author of "Lost & Found: Decorating with Unexpected Objects" and other popular decorating books. She lives in New York City.

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