Salt Glazed Stoneware: Germany, Flanders, England and the United States

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Doubleday, Page, 1907 - Pottery - 32 pages

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Page 25 - Pennsylvania Society for the Encouragement of Manufactures and the Useful Arts...
Page 5 - Church. heap of stoneware vessels and fragments of various types and dates, long walled up and forgotten. Most of these specimens were in the shape of common ale jugs or wine bottles, and so similar were they in material, shape, and decoration to the pieces we know to have been imported from Cologne, that but for this find we should have been in doubt if such pieces were of German or of English make. In addition to these were many round-bellied grey jugs, with scratched and stamped ornaments and...
Page 5 - It seems probable that William White was merely trading on the knowledge handed down to him, particularly as the materials he specified in his patent were all well known to Dwight. We have further information as to the wares made by Dwight's successors from what is known of the Fulham trouvaille, found in 1866. While some repairs were being carried out at the works a forgotten chamber was broken into, which was found to contain a * Obituary, " Gentleman's Magazine,
Page 26 - Stone ware, or that kind of Earthenware which is glazed with salt, of the value of fifty dollars, a plate of fifty dollars' value, or that sum in specie.

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