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'A Century of Ceramics'

£29.99

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Paperback, First Edition published in 2005 by the authors. Illustrated front cover with title in black and title in white on spine. Slight wear to cover edges, but otherwise in very good condition.

A selection of 20th Century potters and potteries in the Isle of Wight.

Although pottery makers in the Isle of Wight have been producing 'burnt earth' for at least 5000 years, the Island's ceramic history has been largely untold. 'A century of Ceramics' tells of the first pots found on the Island from Neolithic times, with an overview of ancient Island pottery through the ages up to the 20th Century.

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Author(s):
Dowden, Lisa & Andrew
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
28 x 21.7 x 1.7 cms
Edition:
First, 2005
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
095487451X
ISBN-13:
9780954874513
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Lisa & Andrew Dowden and Robin Goodredge
Title:
A Century of Ceramics

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Paperback, First Edition published in 2005 by the authors. Illustrated front cover with title in black and title in white on spine. Slight wear to cover edges, but otherwise in very good condition.

A selection of 20th Century potters and potteries in the Isle of Wight.

Although pottery makers in the Isle of Wight have been producing 'burnt earth' for at least 5000 years, the Island's ceramic history has been largely untold. 'A century of Ceramics' tells of the first pots found on the Island from Neolithic times, with an overview of ancient Island pottery through the ages up to the 20th Century.

Added value:
Rarely Available
Author(s):
Dowden, Lisa & Andrew
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
28 x 21.7 x 1.7 cms
Edition:
First, 2005
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
095487451X
ISBN-13:
9780954874513
Number of pages:
256
Publisher:
Lisa & Andrew Dowden and Robin Goodredge
Title:
A Century of Ceramics

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