9780986385711-0986385719-Ceramics in America 2017 (Ceramics in America Annual)

Ceramics in America 2017 (Ceramics in America Annual)

ISBN-13: 9780986385711
ISBN-10: 0986385719
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Chipstone Foundation
Format: Hardcover 232 pages
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ISBN-13: 9780986385711
ISBN-10: 0986385719
Publication date: 2017
Publisher: Chipstone Foundation
Format: Hardcover 232 pages


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The 2017 volume of Ceramics in America contains the final contribution from Ivor Nol Hume, a long-time friend and contributor to the journal, and fourteen articles highlighting important ceramic discoveries from archaeological contexts in St. Augustine, Florida; Charleston, South Carolina; New Orleans, Louisiana; Alexandria, Hampton, Williamsburg, and Jamestown, Virginia; St. Mary's City, London Town, and Annapolis, Maryland; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; New York, New York; and Boston and Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Anyone with an interest in America's ceramic history will enjoy the diversity of ceramic forms and types that have been uncovered through archaeological research. The remarkable finds discussed here range from a sixteenth-century Spanish majolica dish found in St. Augustine to a late-nineteenth-century Zuni water jar recovered from an urban New Orleans well. This volume will be an important resource for years to come.

Now in its seventeenth year of publication, Ceramics in America is considered the journal of record for historical ceramics scholarship in the American context and is intended for collectors, historical archaeologists, curators, decorative arts students, social historians, and contemporary potters.

Each year Ceramics in America opens a window on most aspects of American life: public and private, imported and native, industrial and aesthetic, social and economicand on all cultures betwixt and between.Philip Zea, President, Historic Deerfield, Inc.

Ceramics in America is a highly important publication in the field of ceramics research. Always stunningly produced, it can be counted on to provide the latest research into a variety of topics that impact our understanding of ceramics production and consumption in America.Suzanne R.F. Hood, Curator of Ceramics and Glass, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Table of Contents

Editorial StatementRobert Hunter
IntroductionRobert Hunter
A Devil in the DetailsIvor Nol Hume
Alexandria, VirginaBarbara H. Magid
Charleston, South CarolinaMartha A. Zierden with Ronald Anthony, Sarah Stroud Clarke, Lisa Hudgins, James Legg, Eric Poplin, Carl Steen, and Michael Stoner
Hampton, VirginiaRobert Hunter
Historic St. Mary's City, MarylandSilas Hurry
Boston, MassachusettsJoseph M. Bagley and Jennifer L. Poulsen
Spanish St. Augustine, FloridaKathleen Deagan and Carl Halbirt
Plymouth, MassachusettsSteven R. Pendery and Marley R. Brown III
New Orleans, LouisianaD. Ryan Gray
Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaDeborah L. Miller and Jed Levin
New York, New YorkMeta F. Janowitz and Diana diZerega Wall
Jamestown, Virginia: Virginia Company PeriodBly Straube
Annapolis and London Town, MarylandAl Luckenbach
Williamsburg, VirginiaSuzanne Findlen Hoode
Jamestown and Governor's Land, James City County, VirginiaMerry Outlaw

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