The Teapot Book

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A & C Black, 2005 - Art pottery - 218 pages
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This is both a practical and beautiful approach to the teapot. As well as covering the essential making methods such as throwing, slab-building, press-moulding, slipcasting and more, it also looks at the aesthetic and functional aspects of teapot design. A large part of the book looks at artists and their work - covering both functional and non-functional teapots. The final chapter contains a gallery of teapots, makiing this a useful asset for the contemporary collector. This is a fantastic book that will capture the imagination of makers, collectors, and all other fans of the teapot.

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About the author (2005)

Steve Woodhead's work has been shown in private and public exhibitions both in Britain and in the continent. He is a fellow of the Craft Potters Association and has been potting for twenty years.

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