The Webster School Of Folk Potters
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The Webster School Of Folk Potters:
THE WEBSTER SCHOOL OF FOLK POTTERS is a brand new and revisved second edition of the monograph first published in
This book is a documented history and photograpic survey of the ware of North Carolina's famous Webster Family of folk potters. It traces the Connecticut origins and collapse off North Carolina's first commercial earthenware and stoneware company. The authors reveal the results of their digging the important new Edward Webster kiln site in Fayettteville and records new forms and activities of Chester Webster in Randoplh Ckounty. New research, new kilns, new forms, and new pieces created a new interpretation of this illustrious school of potters. a must for folk art enthusiasts, history buffs, antique dealers, and collectors of North Carolinana. 116 - 8 1/2 x 11 inch pages, soft cover, with over 143 photographs and line drawings, 16 pages in color.
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$ 39.95 plus $ 4.00 postage and handling.
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