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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 the late spring of 1929, Stoin and his family moved to Monmouth, Illinois, where he expected to expand the art pottery division of the Western Stoneware Company, a conglomerate of seven potteries.
Sadly the Herculaneum Pottery was victim of competition from the Staffordshire potteries and Liverpool''s commercial success.
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.
He was born at the family's Lindley Moor Potteries and worked as a potter from the age of 14.
When Morgan completed the pottery program in the mid-1970s, there were only six or seven potteries in Seagrove.
By 1929 Medalta Potteries was manufacturing 75 per cent of all pottery produced in Canada.
Known officially as the Potteries, this area is the only region in Britain named for its main industry.
In point of fact, Family Structure in the Staffordshire Potteries bears the imprint of this protracted delivery.
Trenton's potteries capitalized on worker's skills well into the twentieth century.
THERE have been a number of significant potteries in Wales over the centuries - indeed, there are still some today.