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potteries

possible source of fluorine, used in glazes and art work, causing poisoning of livestock grazing on surrounding contaminated pasture.
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In point of fact, Family Structure in the Staffordshire Potteries bears the imprint of this protracted delivery.
Among a handful of other studio potteries started in India in the last 50 years.
Rockingham still remains one of the most sought after of all potteries but is also one of the most difficult to identify.
Potteries Artists 1950s to 1990s is the idea of Mr Tom Arnold, chief designer for Ridgway Potteries in the 1950s.
It can be interesting to read about how some of the household names in ceramic design twentieth century English pottery moved around the potteries, taking their influence with them
The minor Welsh potteries are increasingly making their mark in collecting circles, particularly on their own turf.
Our city has produced some of the finest potters, clockmakers, painters, etc and this week I will tell you about three of the famous potteries.
To Cardew, the trainees would be helped to establish small local potteries backed up with technical assistance from the training centres.
He recalls the voices that told us their stories that are no longer with us and the potteries that have vanished.
We have the mountainous and coastal potteries which differ by the quality of clay used," he told The Daily Star.
The region which is visited by an important number of visitors throughout the year is devising ways to preserve its pottery industry, threatened by the shortage of clay, used to make its unique potteries and handicraft.
NEW YORK -- Backed by 600 years of experience, 30 potteries and factories in Japan now make their wares available to the U.