Nonetheless, it is worth recalling the framework that--even if only as an ideal--once sustained a vital community of earthenware
potters and produced an unceasing replication of new, pure pots.
He pointed out that the sculpture had to have been made well before 1935, when the Leach Pottery changed from earthenware
to stoneware, and he recognized the maker's mark on the sculpture as a 1920s mark--reassurance of Leach as its maker.
Until that time, 1918 or 1919, it was generally believed by Japanese archaeologists that these two different kinds of earthenware
were produced at the same time, since two different cultures or races co-existed during the same period.
Last year, a separate group of National Museum researchers who undertook excavations in two other caves in Tigayon Hill found artifacts which included a rare bead, earthenware
and human teeth.
Evidence of a flint mill was also found, together with what was left of a brick settlling tank containing the white paste used in the manufacture of earthenware
Vally Wieselthier, Frauenkopf (1928), glazed red earthenware
, 14 1/2" x 7 1/2".
Willis added to the publication that the earthenware
turned out to be so good that the people took it away from the patients and started selling it.
Green (1973: 24) was originally inclined to classify the unglazed sherds as Fine Plain (here Fineware, Figure 2d,e), but the possibility remained that they were Red Earthenware
(Allen 1976: 27).
Which savoury spread is named after the French word for a type of earthenware
deeply hued earthenware
collection created by Portuguese-born designer Theresa Lundahl.
Going up against ruthless foreign crime syndicates, uncovering priceless earthenware
and having run in with busybodies from the local council, it was all implausibly in a day's work for likeable but roguish antiques dealer Lovejoy.
He shared with me his findings and introduced me to wood-fired earthenware
bottle kilns while I participated in a workshop at his home in Oosterwolde.