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by Tony Birks

ePub The potter's companion download
Author:
Tony Birks
ISBN13:
978-0876902462
ISBN:
0876902468
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Publisher:
Dutton; 1st [i.e. American] ed edition (1977)
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1593 kb
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1237 kb
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The Complete Potter's Companion book.

The Complete Potter's Companion book.

Tony Birks’s most popular book is The Complete Potter's Companion. Lucie Rie by. Tony Birks. Hans Coper: The Life and Work of the Most Original Ceramic Artist of the Twentieth Century by.

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Got the book in reasonable condition has been a valuable resource in teachingt skills and reserching techniques. Good clear photography

Got the book in reasonable condition has been a valuable resource in teachingt skills and reserching techniques. Good clear photography. I was sold on its layout as it was loaned to me by a friend.

Revised and updated, this classic potter's volume explains everything from preparation through firing, with stops along the way for detailed instruction and techniques, accompanied by more than 450 full-color photos.

Pottery is a dynamic art form, constantly evolving as it responds to newly developed techniques and the changing aspirations of potters and students. The title, as before, has been designed to help beginners and serious students alike. It guides the reader through the latest hand building and glazing techniques; new tested glaze recipes; kiln designs and firing programmes; as well as describing the traditional methods of working with clay.

Tony Birks is internationally renowned in the field. He writes for Ceramic Monthly and wrote Bernard Leach, Hamada and Their Circle, and The Complete Potter's Companion.

Book is large & quite heavy.

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