World ceramics; an illustrated history edited by Robert J. Charleston. [Authors]: John Ayers [and others].

; Ayers, John
New York, McGraw-Hill [1968] .

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Other Authors Ayers, John.
Subjects Geschichte.
Porcelain -- History.
Pottery -- History.
Description 352 pages illustrations (some color), maps 35 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (page 8).
Contents The nature of ceramic history; summary of basic techniques -- Mesopotamian pottery -- Slip-painted pottery of Iran and Afghanistan -- The Fatimid pottery of Egypt -- Sgraffiato wares of North and North-West Iran -- Seljuq fine wares of Iran -- Seljuq pottery of Mesopotamia (Raqqa and Rustafa) -- Seljuq pottery in Asia Minor -- Persian pottery -- Mamluk wares of Egypt and Syria -- Blue-and-white wares of Iran and Syria -- Ottoman-Turkish pottery -- Pottery of the Safavid and Kajar periods of Iran -- Europe: the lead-glaze tradition and salt-glazed stoneware -- Byzantine pottery -- Stoneware -- Europe: the tin-glaze tradition -- The development of maiolica (majolica) -- The influence of China and dominance of Delft -- The 18th century: the dominance of France and influence of European porcelain -- European porcelain -- Early soft-paste porcelain -- German hard-paste porcelain -- The dominance of Sèvres -- French soft-paste porcelain -- French hard-paste porcelain -- Staffordshire and the rise of industrialism -- Lead-glazed and variegated wares -- White salt-glazed stoneware -- Creamware -- The role of Thomas Whieldon -- Wedgwood pottery -- Other Staffordshire potters -- The Leeds pottery and other centres -- Pottery in an industrial age -- The modern movement in industrial ceramics -- Artist-potters from 1860 -- Glossary of terms -- Factory marks.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)443514
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Charleston, R. J. 1916-1994.
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