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Nineteen Books on American Art Pottery
Rago, American Art Pottery; Clark, The Arts and Crafts Movement in America 1876-1917; Berry and Darling, Common Clay: A History of American Terra Cotta Corporation 1881-1966; Cooper-Hewitt Museum, American Art Pottery; Royka, Fireworks: New England Art Pottery of the Arts and Crafts Movement; Peck, The Book of Rookwood Pottery; Eidelberg, From Our Native Clay: Art Pottery from the Collections of the American Ceramic Arts Society; Giorgini, Handmade Tiles: Designing Making Decorating; Pisano, The Tile Club and the Aesthetic Movement in America; Evans, Art Pottery of the United States: An Encyclopedia of Producers and Their Marks, 1st Edition; Evans, Art Pottery of the United States, 2nd Edition; Potteries of Trenton Society, From Teacups to Toilets: A Century of Industrial Pottery in Trenton, Circa 1850 to 1940; Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission, Uncommon Clay: New Jersey's Architectural Terra Cotta Industry; Barber, Pottery and Porcelain of the United States: An Historical Review of American Ceramic Art; Pierce, Fire on the Hearth: The Evolution and Romance of the Heating Stove; Curtis, Antique Woodstoves: Artistry in Iron; New Jersey State Museum, Herman Carl Mueller: Architectural Ceramics and The Arts and Crafts Movement; Purviance, Zanesville Art Tile in Color; Wires, Scheider and Mesre, Zanesville Decorative Tiles
Historical & Architectural Tiles
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