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Ceramics Monthly




Ceramics Monthly: March 1964

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This month’s cover photograph shows potter Charles Brown at work on a sculptural form in his studio at Mandarin, FL. Mr. Brown’s handbuilt bottles and planters have captured much attention and won numerous awards in regional, national and international exhibitions.

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Ceramics Monthly: February 1964

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The front cover photograph shows a ceramic Bottle by Jefferson Borden, Providence, RI, that was included in the Craftsmen of the Northeastern States exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum. Mr. Borden’s piece was thrown in two parts and attached in the middle with a vertical pinch, and with a spike clay treatment added. The glaze is a barium red-orange matt with a greenish tinge where there is a saturation of copper. The piece was fired in a natural reduction fire.

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Ceramics Monthly: January 1964

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This month’s cover photograph shows a view of the glazing room at the Bernard Leach Pottery in St. Ives, England. Our feature story presents a fascinating description of this famous potter and his equally-famous workshop.

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Ceramics Monthly: December 1963

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This month’s cover pictures a detail from one of a set of illustrations commissioned by the Emperor Ch’ien Lung to depict pottery-making in the Chinese town of Ching-te Chen. Fourteen of these fascinating illustrations are reproduced in a special Ceramics Monthly Portfolio.

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Ceramics Monthly: November 1963

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The spirited pottery camel on the cover was made in China during the Wei Dynasty (386-577 A.D.) for use as a tomb figure.

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Ceramics Monthly: October 1963

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The front cover photograph shows a tile done by a fourteen-year-old boy using two simple stamps on a soft clay slab.

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Ceramics Monthly: September 1963

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The hands shown centering the clay on the potter’s wheel are those of Anne Appleton Clarke.

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Ceramics Monthly: June 1963

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Prize-winning pieces from the 5th Biennial Canadian Ceramics Exhibition, which originated at the Montreal Museum of Art under the auspices of the Canadian Guild of Potters, include Bailey Leslie’s thrown porcelain bottle with copper glaze; Louise Doucet’s three stoneware souffle dishes; and Jack Herman’s thrown stoneware sculpture, “Lady.”

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Ceramics Monthly: May 1963

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The covered jars pictured are by Mary Sease. The 32 stoneware pieces shown by Mrs. Sease are simple, direct and well executed. Her designs are mostly geometric, exhibiting an excellent balance between surface decoration and form. The jars pictured are part of a set of three of identical design but of graduated sizes. The decoration is sgraffito in a brownish-blue against the beige color of the pots.

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Ceramics Monthly: April 1963

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The majolica plate pictured on our cover was made in Deruta, Italy about 1525 and is a fine example of Renaissance ceramic art. The plate is painted in luster with touches of blue on the white tin glaze. In the center a griffon stands on a tiled floor holding a quartered shield. Behind him are flowering plants and the scene itself is encircled by a wreath. The piece is part of the collection of the Museum of Art of the Rhode Island School of Design.

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