Collector"s encyclopedia of salt glaze stoneware

identification & value guide by Terry Taylor

Publisher: Collector Books in Paducah, KY

Written in English
Cover of: Collector
Published: Pages: 246 Downloads: 795
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  • Blue and white stoneware -- Collectors and collecting -- United States -- Catalogs.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 246) and indexes.

Other titlesSalt glaze stoneware
StatementTerry Taylor and Terry and Kay Lowrance.
ContributionsLowrance, Terry., Lowrance, Kay.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsNK4364 .T39 1997
The Physical Object
Pagination246 p. :
Number of Pages246
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL618043M
ISBN 100891457208
LC Control Number96216078

Salt glaze pottery appeared in the 's along the shores of Mobile Bay. Names such as LaCoste and Marshall (Mareschal) attest to the French connection in the early years of this former French colony. Other potters moved west from the Atlantic Piedmont, bringing their alkaline and salt glaze traditions to the state. Your pitcher is listed in the Collector’s Encyclopedia of Salt Glazed Stoneware. An yes the book states that the maker is the North Star Stoneware Company of Red Wing Minnesota. However, they are not correct. You pitcher is titled "Grape Cluster with Rickrack". It books for $ to $ in the price guide. When first starting to collect stoneware, it was with Red Wing some 30 years past and it was the zinc glazed pieced I adored. I loved that creamy white glaze, great sheen and perfect stenciling. While all the seasoned collectors were screaming salt glaze, I thought they were in early stages of dementia. So I was taking advantages of those under privileged collectors and began . Stoneware is a rather broad term for pottery or other ceramics fired at a relatively high temperature. A modern technical definition is a vitreous or semi-vitreous ceramic made primarily from stoneware clay or non-refractory fire clay. Whether vitrified or not, it is nonporous (does not soak up liquids); it may or may not be glazed. Historically, across the world, it has been .

  Stoneware marbles are a dense, fired clay marble with salt glaze on them. These marbles are made in the same manner as salt-glazed stoneware crocks and jugs and may very well have been made by the same makers. The marbles have similar blue patterns on them. Salt Glaze is the original Red Wing method of glazing pottery. These gorgeous pieces are each one of a kind. Due to the inexact science of controlling the salt application, each and every piece is unique. Our salt glaze kiln is located at our pottery facility on . - Explore dmh's board "Salt glaze stoneware" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Stoneware, Glazes for pottery and Pottery pins.   Stoneware pottery was usually covered in a semi vitreous salt glaze and was often decorated using cobalt oxide to produce bright blue decorations. Stoneware is a type of earthenware that was fired to a higher temperature than .

Item Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this wonderful Blue and White Rolling Pin with Original Handles in the Wildflower Pattern. You can see similar rolling pins in this pattern in Taylor and Lowrance, Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware, pp. It was made for advertising and reads, "Compliments of Pennypacker &; Bromer, General Merchandise, . TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK - German Salt Glaze Pottery Pitcher and Cups Set $ Size: PITCHER - /4" x /4" tall 18" circumference at widest point CUPS $Price: $ New listing Dating to Small Apothecary Salt Glazed Stoneware Jar cm tall. £ 0 bids. Collection Salt Glaze Jar & Pots. £ Click & Collect. ANTIQUE SMALL BROWN SALT GLAZE STONEWARE JUG WITH HANDLE, ORNAMENT KITCHENALIA. £ Item Coming to you from Doc's Crocks is this Scarce Blue and White Bowl in the Apple Blossom on Trellis Pattern. This bowl typically came in a 9 1/4" size, but a few in the 7 1/2" were made. This bowl is the smaller size (Terry Taylor and Terry & Kay Lowrance, Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware, p. ). This beauty features a Extended Squared .

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Most illustrated stoneware is first covered with white glaze and then with additional diffuse colored glaze usually blue.

Some pieces use various solid colored glazes. A few illustrated pieces use stamped blue decoration over white glaze. This book, however, does not really deal with true salt glaze, hand decorated pottery prior to /5(7).

Most illustrated stoneware is first covered with white glaze and then with additional diffuse colored glaze usually blue.

Some pieces use various solid colored glazes. A few illustrated pieces use stamped blue decoration over white glaze. This book, however, does not really deal with true salt glaze, hand decorated pottery prior to /5.

It is not Red Wing and it is listed in the Collector’s Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware. It is called Grape cluster wiht Richrack and books between $ & $ Al Kohlman.

Continue reading →. Some enjoy the traditional salt glaze with royal blue accents such as hearts, stars, floral patterns, and more. Others gravitate toward the rich brown and sea foam glaze of the Sandstone collection or the bright autumnal hues of the Avignon collection.

Pottery collectors appreciate the vast inventory of Rowe Pottery offered on eBay. This exhibit will feature the entire collection and is guest curated by scholar and historian Philip Wingard.

The book, Early American Face Jugs, edited by George and Kay Meyer, can be purchased at for $65 plus shipping. The Apple Blossom Butter Crock is illustrated (erroneously as a pastry crock), on pagebottom, of the () Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware.

Collector Books. Paducah, KY. pp., authors Terry Taylor and Terry & Kay Lowrance. Salt-glazed stoneware is a more durable product than redware.

It is physically stronger and can take more abuse. Patterns of reduction in the kiln give pots the same variations of color Collectors encyclopedia of salt glaze stoneware book the salt-glaze of colonial and early America - anything from a.

Abingdon pottery made artware from about to in Abingdon, pottery made plumbing fixtures long before and after the artware production. Abingdon is a high-fired pottery much like Alamo and Gilmer, using a white clay 's often marked with 3 numbers or with the Abingdon name in a stamped rectangle, circle or a diamond.

Bennington Stoneware Stoneware Early American Stoneware. Fine 18th & 19th Century Examples I do offer a very convenient and flexible layaway plan on all pieces shown on the site or in my inventory. Please don't hesitate to email me about any particular pieces or potters you might want for your collection.

We have been creating functional pottery for the home since in Cambridge, Wisconsin. We specialize in custom and personalized pottery perfect for your business, wedding gifts, house warming gifts, fundraising ideas and corporate gifting.

Check out our farmhouse-style pottery. The Hardcover of the Collectors Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware: Collector's Encyclopedia by Terry G.

Taylor, Kay Courance, Terry Courance | atPages: Westerwald stoneware, salt-glazed stoneware produced in German towns such as Höhr, Grenzau, and Grenzhausen in the area known as the Westerwald.

Their products (jugs, tankards, and the like), made from the 15th century to the present day, are molded, stamped with dies, and sometimes incised. A large white salt-glazed stoneware tavern jug decorated with a simple form of “Scratch-blue” decoration, which has cobalt blue roughly painted into an incised outline.

These ware typically have an applied pad (of varying designs) bearing a “GR” & crown mark. c Height cm. Because it is non-porous, stoneware could be used unglazed, but most English potteries glazed their pieces by adding salt to the kiln in which the stoneware was being fired.

Upon being heated, the salt would vaporize, leaving a glossy layer of sodium silicate on the object. Just after the Revolutionary War. The Salesville Salt Kiln is up and running. T his new kiln has two new features. It is fueled by Natural Gas and forced air burners. And with the move to Arkansas we are hopeful we will have a longer firing season.

O n this page we offer a glimpse of our stoneware. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations ; 29 cm: Other Titles: Salt glaze stoneware: Responsibility.

Eighteenth-century English pottery: Selections from the Collection of Harry A. Root. Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago, Mountford, Arnold R.

Illustrated Guide to Staffordshire Salt-Glazed Stoneware. New York: Praeger, Pine, Lynda and Nicholas Pine. Antique crocks can be found in stoneware, ceramic, porcelain and pottery and are of interest to collectors because of their history, unique styles and distinctive patterns and colors.

They can be found at antiques stores, collectors shows, online stores, auctions, or for sale by owner. Salt Glaze 19th Century Stoneware Crock / Stoneware Crock / 's Salt Glaze Crock / Stoneware Collector Piece / Farmhouse Style Crock / LincolnRdPrimitives 5 out of 5 stars (83) $ $ $ (20% off).

Jan 7, - Explore RWCollectors's board "Salt Glaze", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Red wing stoneware, Antique stoneware and Stoneware crocks pins. The authoritative guide to American Art Pottery companies, it includes a useflil summary of Roseville’s early history.

The Collectors Encyclopedia of Roseville Pottery (two volumes) by Sharon and Bob Huxford, Collector Books, Paducah, KY () These important books provided the best information and photographic overview of Roseville for.

Pieces from the Lovebird / Flying Bird line are abundantly illustrated in the book Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware, and Blue and White pieces are eagerly sought by collectors today. Most potteries hedged their bets and decorated their stoneware pieces in other colors too.

This also includes the A.E. Hull Pottery Company. Blue & White Drip Glaze Stoneware Decanter ~ Hand Thrown Blue / White Crock Cruet ~ Vintage Pottery Salt Glaze Crock Flask CREAM PITCHER EclecticJewells 5 out of 5 stars () $ $ $ (15% off). Salt-glaze or salt glaze pottery is pottery, usually stoneware, with a glaze of glossy, translucent and slightly orange-peel-like texture which was formed by throwing common salt into the kiln during the higher temperature part of the firing process.

Sodium from the salt reacts with silica in the clay body to form a glassy coating of sodium silicate. The ABC of English salt-glaze stoneware from Dwight to Doulton, ([A B C series for collectors]) by Blacker, J.

F and a great selection of related books. Photos in Figs. 2 and 3 from Collectors Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware, Taylor & Lowrance, © Courtesy Collector Books. Courtesy Collector Books. Fig.

4 Mark on new jars, C.M.I., is Crazy Mountain Importing, a giftware firm located in the United States. Estimate age at years old. Only known reference book to even have a picture is theCollectors Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware page ; Terry Taylor & T.&K Lowrance.

This item has never sat outdoors, only indoors on display. The brushed finish work is original as done when made. The book lists this item as Extremely Rare. The Flying Bird Love Bird pitcher is illustrated on page 41of the () Collector's Encyclopedia of Salt Glaze Stoneware. Collector Books. Paducah, KY.

pp., Terry Taylor and Terry & Kay Lowrance. The pitcher is described as Rare and Seller Rating: % positive. The Red Wing Collector’s Society consists of a large group of collectors, and it has a national convention every year in Red Wing, Minn., that includes an education day, auction and show and sale.

A full color book, Red Wing Encyclopedia, Impressed on the back is “Red Wing Stoneware Company.” Salt-glazed canteen measuring Salt glazed stoneware is pottery with a translucent glaze which has a slightly orange-peel texture The salt glaze is formed by throwing salt into the kiln during the higher temperature part of the firing process.

Sodium from the salt reacts with silica in the clay body to form a glassy coating of sodium silicate, hence salt glazed. The.

Porcelain manufacturers used a variety of symbols, letters or images to denote their products. Called backstamps, these markings may be found on the bottom of a vase, on the back of a plaque, or on the bottoms of utilitarian items such as bowls, plates, saucers or cups, etc. There are approximately Nippon back stamps known to date.Salt glaze, in ceramics, a glaze having the texture of orange peel, formed on stoneware by throwing common salt into the kiln at the peak temperature.

Sodium from the salt combines with silica in the clay to form a glassy coating of sodium silicate. The glaze may be colourless or various shades of.EXTREMELY RARE DAISY Blue and White Salt Glazed Stoneware Pitcher - $ This is the extremely rare Daisy Cluster pitcher featured on page 33 of the Collectors Encyclopedia of Salt Glazed Stoneware.

I would classify this pitcher in very good original as- made condition with one oddity occurring in the making. There is a small blue glaze missing on the top portion of .