4 edition of Pottery Form the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys found in the catalog.
Pottery Form the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys
Dr. Georg Manger
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||108|
B BOOK: Pottery from the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys, hardbound, fully illustrated, color, pp. (Manger) B BOOK: Come In and Have a Seat: Vernacular Chairs of the Shenandoah Valley, softbound, fully illustrated, color, 84 pp. (Evans) Meet Shenandoah Valley potters and browse pottery displays in this beautiful show and sale. The MSV and the Shenandoah Potters Guild are teaming up to host a weekend pottery show and sale on June 13 and This FREE event will feature displays of hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery and offer visitors the opportunity to meet expert potters.
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Pottery From The Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys, a hardcover book with full color illustrations, is available for $55 (shipping and handling included) from Dr George Manger, Mill Street, Suite 1, Hagerstown, MDor by calling Pottery From the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys Hardcover – January 1, by George and Connie Manger Manger (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions5/5(1).
Pottery from the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys. $ By Dr. George and Connie Manger. The Mangers published this full color, hardbound, page book to accompany the exhibit of their collection, which was mounted at the Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in Hagerstown, MD from May 16 through Septem Includes an introduction by H.
Comstock and chapters on potters Daniel Price: $ Pottery from the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys The latest publication on the subject of Shenandoah pottery with new research reported. This excellent hardback book with dust cover gives one a personal view of one of the most extensive and important collections of Shenandoah pottery.
Folk Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley by Wiltshire, William E and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Folk Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley by Wiltshire, William E - AbeBooks. Alvin H. Rice and John Baer Stoudt's The Shenandoah Pottery () was written in response to early collector interest.
Now Comstock, a collector and museum consultant residing in the valley, presents a comprehensive study including a general history of the pottery trade, a well-illustrated description of the pieces produced in the valley, and biographical sketches of individual s: 1.
Shenandoah Folk Pottery Book - Folk Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley - By William E. Wiltshire, III greencycledesignLA. From shop greencycledesignLA. 5 out of 5 stars () reviews $ FREE shipping Favorite Add to. ck's Book: "The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region" With dust cover.
This is THE Valley pottery reference. $ Attrib. A Keister, Strasburg VA 4 Gallon with Blue Chips on rim & handles. Tight Hard to find form. No cracks, a couple chips. Great condition. 10 3/4" tall $ Multi-glaze Flower Pot Attributed to S Bell & Son.
Shenandoah Valley pottery production encompassed the time period of More than historic potters were involved in this heritage. As a tradition it was thrown and then baked in the kiln of, primarily German, and also English, potter's production influences.
Antique collectors of today are well aware of this past tradition and have. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia Item Preview remove-circle Although I highly recommend this book, there are a number of both small and large errors.
In Cartmell's chapter on "The Old Justice's Court", he describes a case starting on page that he got completely wrong. An introduction to the Shenandoah Valley, its history and its potters --Clays, shops, tools, and kilns --Pottery production in the Valley: types, glazes, and forms --Lower Valley pottery --Middle Valley pottery --Upper Valley pottery --Index of Shenandoah Valley region potters.
Series Title: Frank L. Horton series. Responsibility: H.E. Comstock. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wiltshire, William E. Folk pottery of the Shenandoah Valley.
New York: Dutton, (OCoLC) Document Type. The Shenandoah Valley of Virginia is famous for the Bell Pottery and its sculpted lions. However, the most famous and prolific area for Redware pottery was Eastern Pennsylvania where the immigrant German population produced this art until the end of the 19th Century.
Compare book prices from overbooksellers. Find Folk Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley () by Wiltshire, William E. Library Bound. Condition: Good.
No Jacket. This is a nonfiction historical art pottery book called Shenandoah Pottery, copyrightpossible first edition with no other date found, hard cover, no dust jacket, written and illustrated with photographs from the collection of the author A.
Rice and other author John Baer Stoudt. Early in the Guild became the Shenandoah Potters Guild. The objectives of the Shenandoah Potters Guild are: • To promote the pottery heritage of the Shenandoah Valley • To promote pottery as an art form • To promote and develop the technical, artistic and professional skills of it's members.
Get the best deals on shenandoah pottery when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items Antique Barrel Form Redware Pottery Mug Maganese & Green Shenandoah Valley. $ Color: Green.
$ shipping. or Best Offer. Pottery from the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys by: George Manger GEN M. Red Wing Art Pottery: Classic American Pottery from the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s by: Ray Reiss OV R. The Collector’s Guide to Harker U.S.A.
Pottery by: Neva Colbert OV C. McCoy Pottery. Volume III by: Bob Hanson OV M. The Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley Region. Shenandoah Valley Pioneers and Their Descendants: A History of Frederick County, Virginia (illustrated) from Its Formation in to This e-book seems to be "all there" and it is a helpful resource.
I would like to view the original records since Cartmell did not use citations.5/5(6). Shenandoah Valley pottery was recognized early-on--while many of the potters were still alive, even--for its colorful redware (and also its stoneware) made in a plethora of interesting forms ranging from utilitarian vessels to highly-detailed ornamental figures, vases, etc.
A glaze usually referred to as "Multi-Glaze" is the surface probably. Book Accessories Children's Books Paden City Pottery Shenandoah Ware Strawberry Handled Plate, Brass Center Handle Possibly Shenandoah Valley Strasburg Pottery SilverliningByTravis.
From shop SilverliningByTravis. 5 out of 5 stars (1,) 1, reviews $ FREE shipping.BOOK: Pottery from the Shenandoah and Cumberland Valleys, hardbound, fully illustrated, color, pp.
(Manger) B BOOK: Come In and Have a Seat: Vernacular Chairs of the Shenandoah Valley, softbound, fully illustrated, color, 84 pp. (Evans) B On Saturday & Sunday, June 4 & 5 meet Shenandoah Valley potters and browse pottery displays in this show and sale organized by the Shenandoah Potters Guild.
Special gallery tours of the MSV pottery collection (11 a.m. and 2 p.m.) and demonstrations (1 p.m.) will be offered both days.