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Women and Ceramics
by Moira Vincentelli

Woman's Art Journal
The theoretical strategies deployed by Moira Vincentelli in Women and Ceramics are practical and illuminating.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars

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Ceramic Technology for Potters and Sculptors
by Yvonne Hutchinson Cuff

From Book News, Inc.
An instructional manual demonstrating the essential technology involved in making and firing ceramics. Written for both amateur and experienced potters, the topics include background sciences, workshop practice, raw materials, clay bodies, slips, and casting slips, glaze, and color. Each section contains exercises supporting the explanations, and "advanced sections" integrated into the text for professional potters or sculptors. Includes color photographs and illustrations.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Based on 1 review
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The Potter's Dictionary of Materials and Techniques
by Frank Hamer, Janet Hamer

From Book News, Inc.
Revised, expanded, and updated (2nd edition, 1986), alphabetical reference for all craft potters presents the potter with information on the sources and character of materials, the behavior of clays and glaze minerals during forming and firing processes, forming methods and glaze construction, together with explanations of terminology and historical developments. Thoroughly illustrated with b&w drawings, diagrams, and photographs.

Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Based on 1 review.
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The Ceramic Spectrum
by Robin Hopper

From Library Journal
Veteran potter Hopper (Functional Pottery) has rewritten and updated another of his successful guides for studio potters. The new edition reflects the many changes in glaze technology since the first edition of this book was published in 1984. Most striking is the shift to all color photography of samples and finished pieces by other artists a necessity when discussing glazes. Although this is a technical work, the text is interesting and readable. It belongs in academic and specialized public library crafts collections, particularly those wanting to replace the first edition.
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Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars Based on 3 reviews.
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Crystalline Glazes
by Diane Creber

Reviewer: charles looney from Daytona Beach, FL
This is a well written book dealing with crystalline glazes. If you have tried to find material on crystalline glazes you will realize how scarce it is. I have tried four of her glaze formulas and followed her instruction on firing. Results: Two terrific glazes, one very nice glaze, and one which remained underdeveloped.

Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars Based on 2 reviews.
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