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The complete guide to high-fire glazes : glazing & firing at cone 10

By: Britt John

Price: $25.00

Publisher: New York, Lark Books: 2007

Seller ID: 112557168

ISBN: 1600592163

Condition: V


pict. paper, 184 pages : color illustrations, index, CONTENTS : Materials, oxides, colorants, and melt tests -- Mixing glazes -- Application -- Measuring heat -- Kilns, firing, and safety -- Testing -- Overview of glaze types -- White and clear -- Iron -- Shino -- Copper -- Green -- Blue -- Purple -- Matte -- Black -- Yellow -- Crystalline -- Wood-fire -- Single-fire -- Salt and soda -- Ash -- How to recalculate a glaze recipe total -- Feldspar chart -- Frit chart -- Kil... View more info

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The Gagetown Hookers

By: Dubord Larry E

Price: $25.00

Publisher: Farmington, Me., Dubord Larry E.: 1988

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 112557200

Condition: Very Good


pict. paper wraps, v, 41 pages : color illustrations, portraits, this book contains 50 colored illustrations of rugs hooked by Raymond and Lydia Scott of Gagetown, New Brunswick.The author Larry Dubord was a Farmington, Maine antique dealer and auctioneer. View more info

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STITCHED FROM THE SOUL : slave quilts from the ante-bellum South

By: Gladys-Marie Fry; Museum of American Folk Art.

Price: $50.00

Publisher: New York, Dutton Studio Books : in association with the Museum of American Folk Art: 1990

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 112557106

ISBN: 0525248420

Condition: Very Good


dec. paper covers. pp., ix, 101: illustrations (some color ), full page newspaper article on author laid-in at rear, This richly illustrated book offers a glimpse into the lives and creativity of African-American quilters during the era of slavery. Originally published in 1989, this was the first book to examine the history of quilting in the enslaved community and to place slave-made quilts into historical and cultural context. View more info