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Salt glazed stoneware, Germany, Flanders, England and the United States

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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916
Salt glazed stoneware, Germany, Flanders, England and the United States
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1907
7 p. l., [5]-32 p. front., plates. 24 cm.

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Contents

[Cover] Salt glazed stoneware

[Half-title] Salt glazed stoneware

[Frontispiece] Brown stoneware "Bartmann"

[Title page] Salt glazed stoneware: German, Flanders, England and the United States

Note

Prefatory note

[Contents] Contents

[Contents] Illustrations

Salt glazed stoneware, pp. [3]-[5]

Characteristics, p. [5]

Origin, p. [5]

I. Stoneware of Germany and the Low Countries, p. 6

1. Siegburg, pp. 6-7

2. Raeren, pp. 7-9

3. Frechen, pp. 9-11

4. Kreussen, pp. 11-12

5. Grenzhausen, pp. 12-14

6. Bouffioux, pp. 14-16

7. Bunzlau, p. 16

8. Dreyhausen, p. 16

Other continental stoneware centres, pp. 16-17

II. Salt glazed wares of England, p. 17

1. Fulham and Nottingham, pp. 17-20

2. Staffordshire, pp. 20-22

3. Lambeth, pp. 22-23

III. Stoneware of the United States, pp. 23-27

Recapitulation of principal features of salt glazed stoneware, pp. [28-29]-[30]

Index, pp. 31-32 ff.

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