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Slipware

Barker, David

Slipware

by Barker, David

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Published by Shire Publications in [Botley] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Slipware -- Great Britain,
  • Pottery -- Great Britain

  • Edition Notes

    StatementDavid Barker.
    SeriesShire library
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK4285 .B37 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23940470M
    ISBN 109780747802211
    LC Control Number2009502679

    Get print book. No eBook available. ; Barnes&; Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Go to Google Play Now» Slipware. John Pollex. Pitman, Sep 4, - Science - 95 pages. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. The main areas of slipware production in the 18th century were Staffordshire, London, Devon, Sussex, and Wales. Many provincial potteries in the United Kingdom also produced the ware. In the late 18th century Slipware was produced mainly as utility ware for the kitchen to .

    Slipware has been one of the most popular types of pottery in Britain since its introduction over four centuries ago. By the seventeenth century the decoration of pottery with slip, or clay mixed to a creamy consistency, had become widespread and the technique was perfected by the potters of England and Wales. Although confined largely to the lower end of the social spectrum, their simple but. Illustrated catalog of Colonial Williamsburg's slipware collection. This publication examines English slip-decorated earthenwares, many of which have an almost folk .

    This tiny book, barely over 30 pages, gives a good basic overview of English slipware. From its migration to England from Holland and Germany in the 16th century, to its arguable peak in Staffordshire in the 17th Century, to its 19th century decline in the industrial era and eventual revitilzation in response to industrialization in the 20th 4/5(5). Slipware -- Private collections -- United States -- Catalogs: Subject: Delftware -- Private collections -- United States -- Catalogs: Subject: Longridge Collection -- Catalogs: Call number: NK L66 G75 Other copies: Look for editions of this book at your library, or elsewhere.


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Slipware book Wondrausch on Slipware is a lavish and thoughtful presentation of wares as art, and very highly recommended for anyone with an interest in seeing and learning about practical wares preserved through history. --Midwest Book Review About the Author.

Mary Wondrausch originally trained as a watercolorist but later became interested in ceramics5/5(1). Slipware (Shire Library) [David Barker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Slipware has been one of the most popular types of pottery in Britain since its introduction over four centuries ago. By the seventeenth century the decoration of pottery with slip/5(2). Slipware is pottery identified by its primary decorating process Slipware book slip is placed onto the leather-hard clay body surface before firing by dipping, painting or splashing.

Slip is an aqueous suspension of a clay body, which is a mixture of clays and other minerals such as quartz, feldspar and slip placed onto a wet or leather-hard clay body surface by a variety of techniques.

Slipware. [John Pollex] -- This is the first practical book to show in detail the techniques for decorating earthenware pots with slip (liquid clay).

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Mary Wondrausch on Slipware, 2nd Edition. This extra role makes this book essential reading both for potters and for ceramic collectors and historians Wondrausch on Slipware is a valuable reference tool as well as a lively read.

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Free shipping for many products. In this book she traces the history of slipware and brings it up to the present, showing how modern artists are exploring this beautiful medium. Now in a new format and printed 4-colour throughout, this book is a glorious showcase for one of the more vibrant methods of ceramic decoration.4/5(2).

Slipware is a form of decorative lead-glazed earthenware. The pots, ornamented with a colored 'slip,' are fired in a kiln at temperatures of between °C (Cooper ; Wondrausch 7).

Slip is loose clay and water mixed together into a creamy consistency. It is usually of contrasting color to the body of the vessel. Mary Wondrausch is one of the grand old ladies of British ceramics. In this book she traces the history of slipware and brings it up to the present, showing how modern artists are exploring this beautiful medium.4/5.

Slipware has been one of the most popular types of pottery in Britain since its introduction over four centuries ago. This book presents an introduction to the variety of slipware designs in England and Wales, explaining the industry by which it is produced, and highlighting some of the most important centres of production in the country.

Slipware definition is - pottery coated with slip to improve or decorate the surface. Mary Wondrausch on Slipware (Ceramics) by Wondrausch, Mary and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Bernard Leach, A Potter’s Book (London: Faber and Faber Ltd., ); Irma Starr, Irma Starr Demonstrates The Lost Art of 17th Century English Slipware.

In case you were wondering whether my slipware salt kit counts as Random Treasure – well, there are many collectors willing to pay absurdly high prices for the best early items. A splendid Thomas Toft charger made between and sold at Christie’s earlier this year for £, Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books Certified Slipware for Free Motion Quiliting 16"x16" PTFE(Teflon) green top non-stick easy glide and white sure grip bottom to stay in place Essentialware 5 out of 5 stars (4) $ ENGLISHSLIPWARE ENGLISH STYLE SLIP-DECORATEDEARTHENWARE Slip-decorated earthenware, usually referred to simply as slipware, was widely produced in Britain, Wales, and Scotland in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries.

The design techniques were highly defined and the items were produced as a luxury. Many of the pieces had elaborate scenes that included ships, moon and.

Slipware has been one of the most popular types of pottery in Britain since its introduction over four centuries ago. By the seventeenth century the decoration of pottery with slip, or clay mixed to a creamy consistency, had become widespread and the technique was perfected by the potters of England and Wales.

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Pottery coated or decorated with slip. n pottery that has been decorated with slip n. pottery decorated with slip. Slipware - definition of slipware by The Free Dictionary.

Buy Slipware: Contemporary Approaches (Ceramics) 01 by Eden, Michael, Eden, Victoria (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(4). 5 Dec - In his A Potter's Book (book, Ch. II. on Slipware) Bernard Leach wrote; "English slipware, which belongs to a simple lead-glazed family of earthenware found all over Europe and Asia, and probably originating in Egypt, is fired at an intermediate orange heat round about degree C ".

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