Clay and glazes for the potter
To address new information on advances in the ceramics industry, noted ceramist and author Robin Hopper has updated Daniel Rhodes's book on the fundamentals of ceramic technology. Includes new sections devoted to health hazards, computer calculation programs, and increased color information with color photos of both historical and contemporary work. Illustrations.
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Authors Preface to the First Edition 1957
The Physical Nature of Clay
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