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Ceramic Review is the magazine for contemporary and historical ceramics, ceramic art and pottery.


Ceramic Review Issue 300

November/December 2019

Ceramic Review Issue 158

Mar / Apr 1996

Contents...
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Special Silences
- Emmanuel Cooper

Emmanuel Cooper considers the vessel forms of Gordon Baldwin

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A Wood Fired Kiln
- Joe Finch

Joe Finch describes the building of a quick fire wood kiln, Phil Rogers appraises the one built at Aberystwyth Arts Centre 1995

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A Glaze Rainbow
- Mike Bailey

Mike Bailey and David Hewitt give the results of adding oxides to a base glaze

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Ceramic Printing
- William Hall

William Hall outlines the method he uses

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Introducing Soda
- May Ling Beadsmoore

May Ling Beadsmoore looks at the developments in this firing process

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Ceramic Contemporaries

New work at the Victoria and Albert Museum

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A Handful of Clay
- William Newland

William Newland recalls the excitement of making pots in the 1950s

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Potters Day
- Quentin Bell

Quentin Bell surveys his time as a potter

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Kitchen Porcelain
- Edmund de Waal

Edmund de Waal identifies the pleasure of porcelain

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A Voyage of Discovery
- Jill Fanshawe Kato

A keen traveller, Jill Fanshawe Kato traces the influences of other cultures on her pots

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Ways of Seeing
- Anne-Carole Chamier

Anne-Carole Chamier admires a David Leach teapot