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On the Cover: Painted Pottery Head

Painted Pottery Head from Mexico, made sometime between 200 and 900 A.D., was unearthed in the excavations at Remojadas, Veracruz. It is slightly over 7.5 inches high. 

 

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Letters to the Editor

  

Suggestions from Our Readers

 

CM’s Picture of the Month

 

Itinerary

 

Change-of-Pace Glazes by Richard Behrens

 

A Thailand Pottery by Miska Petersham

 

Multiple Forms

 

The Story of Cones (Part I) by Linden E. Shipley

 

Making a Casting Collar by Guy Moore

 

Large Pots on the High School Level by Robert Iverson

 

A Stand-up Glaze Decoration demonstrated by Marc Bellaire

 

Show Time: Pittsburgh Craftsmen’s Guild

  

“Taboo” Techniques for Enameling by Kathe Berl

 

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