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ePub Stoneware in Southwestern Pennsylvania download
Author:
Phil Schaltenbrand
ISBN13:
978-0822955788
ISBN:
0822955784
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Univ of Pittsburgh Pr (November 1, 1995)
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Antiques & Collectibles
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Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania is a much expanded version of Old Pots (1978), which describes the .

Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania is a much expanded version of Old Pots (1978), which describes the once flourishing salt-glazed stoneware industry of Pennsylvania's Monongahela and Youghiogheny Valleys. Since his first book, craftsman and teacher Phil Schaltenbrand has uncovered much new information about the remarkable individuals involved in making pottery - from owners to clay diggers, throwers, decorators, kilnmen, and those who delivered the wares by wagon and flatboat.

Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania book. Since his first book, craftsman and teacher Phil Schaltenbrand has uncovered much new information about the remarkable individuals involved in making pottery - from Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania is a much expanded version of Old Pots (1978), which describes the once flourishing salt-glazed stoneware industry of Pennsylvania's Monongahela and Youghiogheny Valleys.

Stoneware in Western Pennsylvania. by Phil Schaltenbrand. More by Phil Schaltenbrand. Big Ware Turners: The History and Manufacture of Pennsylvania Stoneware.

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Philip Edward Schaltenbrand, American art educator. Member steering committee National Road Heritage Park Commission, Southwest, Pennsylvania, 1991. Named Pennsylvania Distinguished Teaching chair Pennsylvania Department Education,1 980. Member American Association of University Professors.

To find out more - including some history behind the art, feel free to call us or request one of my books

To find out more - including some history behind the art, feel free to call us or request one of my books. Other than the pottery, I hang with the guys, spend time with family or relax with my pup. Feel free to contact me for more!

Schaltenbrand, Phil 1996 Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania. Skerry, Janine . and Suzanne Findlen Hood 2009 Salt-Glazed Stoneware in Early America. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg, V. oogle Scholar.

Schaltenbrand, Phil 1996 Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania. University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, P. Searle, Alfred Broadhead 1930 An Encyclopædia of the Ceramic Industries. Snodgrass, Mary Ellen 2004 Encyclopedia of Kitchen History.

this book is a must for collectors and dealers of stoneware. The auther goes into greater detail than most books on this subject. 5 people found this helpful.

This outstanding example is illustrated in Phil Schaltenbrand's book, B. Stoneware Auction Highlights from southwestern Pennsylvania.

Stoneware Auction Highlights from southwestern Pennsylvania.

The history of Pennsylvania begins in 1681 when William Penn received a royal deed from King Charles II of England, although human activity in the region precedes that date

The history of Pennsylvania begins in 1681 when William Penn received a royal deed from King Charles II of England, although human activity in the region precedes that date. The area was home to the Lenape, Susquehannock, Iroquois, Erie, Shawnee, Arandiqiouia, and other American Indian tribes. Most of these tribes were driven off or reduced to remnants as a result of diseases, such as smallpox, that swept through long before any permanent colonists arrived.

Stoneware of Southwestern Pennsylvania is a much expanded version of Old Pots (1978), which describes the once flourishing salt-glazed stoneware industry of Pennsylvania's Monongahela and Youghiogheny Valleys. Since his first book, craftsman and teacher Phil Schaltenbrand has uncovered much new information about the remarkable individuals involved in making pottery - from owners to clay diggers, throwers, decorators, kilnmen, and those who delivered the wares by wagon and flatboat. This new edition includes 209 illustrations of southwestern Pennsylvania stoneware, the potters and their employees, kilns and the buildings where vessels were thrown, decorated and stored, and maps and contemporary documents.