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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 163

Jan / Feb 1997

Contents...
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Personal Possession
- Edmund de Waal

Edmund de Waal places Julian Stair's tablewares in a contemporary context

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Saving the Family, Saving Our Sons
- Janathel Shaw

Janathel Shaw identifies the African and African American experience in her wok

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Courage, Insight and Inspiration

Christine Thacker reports on the Fletcher Challenge Award exhibition 1996

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Saltglaze and Silicon Carbide Kiln Shelves
- Frans Gregoor

Frans Gregoor recommends siliconecarbide kiln shelves

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Clay and Asphalt- the Metropolitan World of Rie and Coper
- Alison Britton

Alison Britton previews the major Barbican Art Gallery exhibition

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Bonfire Brilliance
- Peter Smith

Peter Smith investigates colour in bonfire firings

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The Camberwell Collection: Object Lesson
- Tanya Harrod

Tanya Harrod applauds a unique collection of crafts

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Working the Earth
- Chris Carter

Chris Carter finds similarities between the farmer and the potter

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Speaking in Tongues
- Lindsey Hoole

Lindsey Hoole admires Nicholas Pope's sculpture at the Tate Gallery, London

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Steps and Stumbles
- Tony James Moody

Tony James Moody, a recent ceramics graduate, sets up a studio

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Vessel as Vessel
- Richard Cork

Richard Cork discusses the ceramic forms of the internationally renowned sculptor Phillip King

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A Potter's Day
- Grayson Perry

Grayson Perry works in London