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  1. Ceramic Design Course: Principles, Practice, and Techniques: A Complete Course for Ceramicists by Anthony Quinn, 2007-10-01
  2. Surface Design for Ceramics (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Maureen Mills, 2008-07-01
  3. 500 Ceramic Sculptures: Contemporary Practice, Singular Works (500 Series) by Lark Books, 2009-05-05
  4. Handbuilt Ceramics: Pinching * Coiling * Extruding * Molding * Slip Casting * Slab Work( A Lark Ceramics Book) by Kathy Triplett, 2000-06-30
  5. 500 Cups: Ceramic Explorations of Utility & Grace (A Lake Ceramics Book)
  6. The Essential Guide to Mold Making & Slip Casting (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Andrew Martin, 2007-04-01
  7. Slab-built Ceramics by Coll Minogue, 2008-05-26
  8. Ceramics for Beginners: Hand Building (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Shay Amber, 2008-11-04
  9. The Ceramic Spectrum by Robin Hopper, 2008-12-31
  10. The Big Book of Ceramics: A Guide to the History, Materials, Equipment and Techniques of Hand-Building, Throwing, Molding, Kiln-Firing and Glazing Pottery and Other Ceramic Objects by Joaquim Chavarria, 1994-09-01
  11. Ceramic Bead Jewelry: 30 Fired & Inspired Projects (Lark Jewelry Books) by Jennifer Heynen, 2010-08-03
  12. Alternative Kilns & Firing Techniques: Raku * Saggar * Pit * Barrel (A Lark Ceramics Book) by James C. Watkins, Paul Andrew Wandless, 2006-09-28
  13. Making & Installing Handmade Tiles (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Angelica Pozo, 2008-09-02
  14. Ceramics for Beginners: Surfaces, Glazes & Firing (A Lark Ceramics Book) by Angelica Pozo, 2010-08-03

1. CeramicsWeb 3.0
Main Index About the SDSU ceramics Web Site Visit Critical ceramics, a wonderful ceramics resource with articles and reviews of exhibitions
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2. Ceramics And Industrial Minerals
ceramics and Industrial Minerals offers a list of resources dedicated to ceramics, industrial minerals and related topics, live message board and useful links.
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3. The American Ceramic Society Home Page
an international association that provides the latest technical, scientific andeducational information to its members and others in the ceramics and ceramic

About The American Ceramic Society (ACerS)

the world's leading organization dedicated to the advancement of ceramics
Membership in the Society
read about the benefits of membership, learn about our divisions, classes, sections and student branches - post your company's job openings FREE of charge

disseminate information through a variety of forums to audiences in both advanced and traditional ceramics
magazines, reference materials, electronic media, and more than 200 books for industry, engineers, scientists, and artists
Ceramic Resources

Ceramic Links, ceramicSOURCE Online, Clayart and other resources designed to help you find the information you need. H O T T O P I C S News everything you need to stay current in the world of ceramics Outreach public awareness projects and materials that promote ceramics Education increase your technical knowledge and grow professionally ACerS Membership Meetings Expositions ... Contact Us For general questions or comments, contact Customer Service at

4. Ceramics Monthly
Welcome. to the world s. most widely. read ceramic. arts magazine . Copyright© 2004 A publication of The American Ceramic Society. All rights reserved.
Welcome to "the world's most widely read ceramic arts magazine"
The American Ceramic Society

5. Ceramics Today
Extensive resource on ceramics and pottery, including the web s largest upto-datelinks database, hundreds of articles on contemporary and historical ceramics

Articles CT Update Gallery ... Search Links A-Z
Architectural Ceramics


Ceramics in the USA

Ceramic Societies
This Week in Focus
(updated weekly)
Steven Branfman's Raku FAQs
Answers to some common and some not so common questions regarding raku by the author of Raku: A Practical Approach. Now also avaiable in French! (18 May 2004) Peter Lange's 'Industrial Raku' Kiln
New Zealand potter Peter Lange has done it again! Check out this fun raku 'tunnel kiln' incorporating industrial techniques. (11 May 2004) Carol Rossman Precision Raku
Jonathan Smith investigates the technical precision and ideas behind the raku ceramics of Carol Rossman (23 April 2004) Web Site of the Week The Museo Richard-Ginori della Manifattura di Doccia holds a remarkable collection (more than 8.000 pieces) of porcelain and tin-glazed earthenware, dating form 1737 to 1990. More...

6. Welcome
The New York State College of ceramics at Alfred University features two internationally acclaimed programs in engineering and art. The School of Ceramic Engineering and Materials Science offers
College Highlights!
Senior BFA Shows to open Saturday, May 8, 4:00 p.m. Harder Hall AU art student wins award from SUNY
Art Summer Courses

FUSION, an illustrated history of the College, is available now.

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We hope you find what you're looking for on these pages; please contact us if you don't. Sign our Guestbook Contact Us New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University
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7. Ceramics Art And Perception
ceramics Art and Perception aims to set the standard as a dedicatedmagazine on ceramic art. With a total of 120 pages, it contains
Current Issue Back Issues Advertising and Contributions Email ... Links Index Listings: Artists Authors Subjects ow celebrating twelve years of publishing, this magazine has met with aclaim internationally. Ceramics: Art and Perception aims to set the standard as a dedicated magazine on ceramic art. With a total of 120 pages, it contains substantial articles and regular features on a broad range of ceramics related subjects with excellent colour photographs throughout. More than 12,000 copies are distributed world wide each quarter. In 1995, a companion magazine, CeramicsTECHNICAL was launched. This magazine focuses on technical research in the field of ceramic art and is designed to be a useful tool for artists and potters. Janet Mansfield, the editor of Ceramics: Art and Perception has had 25 years of experience as editor of ceramics magazines and has written a number of books on ceramics. She is a well known potter having trained at the National Art School in Sydney, Australia, in 1963 - 65. Her work is represented in international collections and publications. With this magazine Janet Mansfield hopes to provide a serious and thought provoking forum at the highest standard for ceramic artists, curators, writers, collectors, teachers and students. featuring:
  • well written articles colour pictures on every page articles from all over the world inspiring and stimulating content

8. The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Ceramics
Ceramic Arts. Traditional ceramics. Search. Statistics. Commercial Technical ceramics. Noncommercial Technical ceramics. Journals â ¢Societies â ¢Conferences â ¢Jobs â ¢People. This Virtual Library
VOL. I VOL. II Ceramic Arts
Traditional Ceramics
... Related Virtual Libraries This Virtual Library is part of the WWW Virtual Library
The Virtual Library is currently mirrored at Stanford (USA), Penn State (USA), East Anglia (UK), Geneva (CH),
(CH), Argentina
This Ceramics Library is maintained by the Fraunhofer Institute IKTS in Dresden Sachsen

9. Encyclopedia Smithsonian: Ceramics And Glass
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Exhibitions of Asian pottery and porcelain. Hewitt, National Design Museum Comprehensive ceramics collection ranges from ancient Greek vessels

Selected Links
Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery : Exhibitions of Asian pottery and porcelain. Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum : Comprehensive ceramics collection ranges from ancient Greek vessels and pre-Columbian pottery to 20th-century tablewares. Notable in the glass collection are Syrian and Roman pieces, and Irish cut-glass tablewares from the early 19th century. Ceramic Arts at the National Museum of African Art Smithsonian Craft Show : Emerging artists and established masters present their latest creations in ceramics and other media. Selected Online Exhibitions: The Renwick at Twenty-Five The White House Collection of American Crafts Beautiful Bodies: Form and Decoration of African Pottery Glass of the Avant-Garde: From Vienna Secession to Bauhaus ... Asian Traditions in Clay: The Hauge Gifts Reading Lists: American Art Pottery American Dinnerware Ceramics in the Smithsonian's American History Collection Ceramic Tiles and Architectural Terra Cotta ...
Smithsonian Institution

10. Kate Glanville Ceramics
Pottery, tiles, plates, mugs and cups by artist, Kate Glanville. Commissions undertaken.

11. Fifth International Conference On High Temperature Ceramic Matrix
Members Only · My Account · Contact Us ©2004 The American Ceramic Society Forgeneral questions or comments, contact Customer Service at




Meeting Services

Fifth International Conference on High Temperature Ceramic Matrix Composites (HTCMC-5)
New Frontiers and Horizons
September 12–16, 2004
Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Ave.
Seattle, Washington, USA
Author Guidelines NOTE: The Advanced Progam text on these webpages will be updated early next week (May 24). Please refer to the above pdf until then. Thank you, ACerS Web Developer Technical Programs Hotel Reservations Expo Information Online Registration Introduction Hosted by: The American Ceramic Society Endorsed by: European Society for Composite Materials French Society for Composite Materials (AMAC) German Ceramic Society (DKG) Ceramic Society of Japan American Institute of Chemical Engineers Co-located with: 56th Pacific Coast Division Meeting Conference Chairpersons Dr. M. Singh, QSS Group, NASA Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, OH Dr. Ron Kerans, Air Force Materials Lab, Dayton, OH Dr. Edgar Lara-Curzio, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN Professor Roger Naslain, University of Bordeaux, France

12. John Fazzino - Ceramics For The Garden
Sculpture by John Fazzino, with comments, a philosphical statement, biography, resume, reviews, and image both of individual works and of gardens which he has built.

13. Advanced Ceramics, Inc. Fabricates High-quality Custom Ceramic Components From S
Fabricates precision ceramic components, specializes in cylindrical grinding, and works with materials such as alumina, zirconia, silicon carbide, macor, silicon nitride, and other ceramic materials.

Advanced Ceramics, Inc.
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5750 Stuart Ave.
Newark, NY 14513-9798
Ph: (315) 331-6222
Fx: (315) 331-7254

14. Antique Ceramics, Porcelain And Pottery - Royal Doulton, Royal Worcester, And Lo
Sells antique pottery including Royal Doulton, Royal Dux, Royal Worcester, Locke and Company, Clarice Cliff, Susie Cooper Maling, Minton, Moorcroft, Wemyss, Volkstedt, Zslonay, and Oriental.
Royal Doulton Figures. Royal Worcester Figures. Royal Worcester Cabinet Plates. Royal Doulton Animals, Vases, Ash Pots. Royal Doulton Lambeth. Quality Collectibles including all makes listed below Ceramics - Porcelain - Pottery Royal Doulton Clarice Cliff Maling Royal Dux Volkstedt Minton Royal Worcester Sitzendorf Wemyss Zslonay Susie Cooper View and order on line click-here for on-line catalogue click-here for details of ordering Updated 18.9.2002

15. Dutch Ceramic Marks-artists
Features information and resources for collectors of Chinese antique ceramics, including a reference section, glossary, and authentication resources.
[Patricia Jansma]
collection of art collection of applied art marks of potters, ceramic artists etc. marks of factories and potteries dutch 20th century applied art
Trying to find out more about the history and or background of an item on the internet can be very interesting: a bit like practicing archaeology without the dust. Hopefully this list can help you a bit further in your search for some answers. Please do remember that this is not a conclusive list: I've tried to shine some light onto the more common ceramic marks of some of the better known Dutch potters / ceramic artists of the 20th century. Sometimes sources differed on the dates and spelling etc in which case I made my own choice (usually choosing the information that most sources agree on). Last but not least: you are free to use the information on this page for your own personal use, but I disclaim all responsiability and liability for choices made based on the information in this list. The name by which a potter or a ceramic artist is known in The Netherlands is written in bold.
Christoffel Agterberg / Cris Agterberg (1883-1948)
Designer and maker of applied art (including ceramics), sculptor, painter.

16. Ceramics Crafters Resources And Ceramic Figurines For Sale At Arealles!
ceramics crafters resources. Free ceramic show date listings, kiln, and mold tips.
Crafters Resources and Ceramic Figurines
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17. Western,bisque,dragons,bisque,santas,figurines
A selection of bisque ceramics for santas, animals, religious, masks, villages, fairies, dragons, and Southwestern.
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All pieces are hand cast after we receive your order bisque
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... villages,houses,african american,bisque,fairies,angels,bisque,hand made,western,pots,bisque,hand made,bisque
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18. :: DCR Ceramiche Di Danilo Campagnolo ::
Gallery of woven look baskets, and a variety of hats from this Italian producer of realistic, decorative art.

19. Ceramics
From Dick Blick Art Materials Find a wide selection of equipment and supplies for making ceramic pottery, including clays, glazes and kilns. Aprons and Smocks. Books and Media, ceramics. Books

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