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Tulip ware of the Pennsylvania-German potters : an historical sketch of the art of slip-decoration in the United States

  • 1903
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
  • At head of title: Art handbook of the Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art.

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Date
1903
Publisher
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art
Language
English
Description of Original
233 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
For Staff
METS

Available Contents

  1. Tulip ware of the Pennsylvania-German potters
  2. Sgraffito pie plate, made by David Spinner, Bucks County, Penna., about 1800
  3. [Title Page]
  4. Preface
  5. Contents
  6. Chapter I: The settlement of eastern Pennsylvania by the Germans
  7. Chapter II: The Pennsylvania-German dialect and literature
  8. Chapter III: Slip-decoration in Europe and America
  9. Chapter IV: Tools and processes of manufacture
  10. Chapter V: Varieties of slip ware
  11. Chapter VI: Decorative subjects of the Pennsylvania-German potters
  12. Chapter VII: The tulip in decoration
  13. Chapter VIII: Earthenware utensils of the Pennsylvania-Germans
  14. Chapter IX: Slip potters of eastern Pennsylvania, eighteenth century
  15. Chapter X: Slip potters of eastern Pennsylvania, early nineteenth century
  16. Chapter XI: Gift pieces
  17. Chapter XII: Unidentified slip-decorated ware found in Pennsylvania
  18. Chapter XIII: Miscellaneous inscriptions found on Pennsylvania-German slip ware
  19. Chapter XIV: Slip-decoration as practised by American potters
  20. Index
  21. [Cover]