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Ceramics in America 2023 (Hardback)

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Imprint: Chipstone Foundation
Series: Ceramics in America
Pages: 286
Illustrations: 240
ISBN: 9781737717522
Published: 1st July 2024
Casemate UK Academic

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The 2023 volume of Ceramics in America is filled with content of interest to students of American ceramics history. The articles cover a wide range of topics and regions, including ceramics made in Louisiana, South Carolina, and Virginia. Of particular importance is the analysis of a small porcelain snuff box from the so-called “A”-marked group of porcelains made in London ca. 1745 from china clay obtained in America’s Cherokee Territory. A featured essay on the remarkable ceramics of John Wesley Carpenter offers for the first time an in-depth look at this nineteenth-century potter, who worked in the back country of North Carolina and Virginia. Several articles present thematic discussions about historic ceramics made and used to promote the abolition of slavery in both America and England. The use of ceramics to effect social change continues to this day, as is illustrated in the words and works of ceramic artist David Mack of Baltimore, Maryland.

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