An Encyclopędia of the Ceramic Industries: Being a Guide to the Materials, Methods of Manufacture, Means of Recognition, and Testing the Various Articles Produced in the Clay-working and Allied Industries, Including Clays, Silica, Felspar, Bricks, Tiles, Pottery, Porcelain, Pencils, Refractory Materials and Many Others, Arranged in Alphabetical Order for Rapid Reference by Manufacturers, Research Workers, Students, Connoisseurs, and Others, Volume 3
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