Stoneware & Porcelain: The Art of High-Fired Pottery

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Index
Aging, 11, 52, 69
Albany slip, 34, 158
Alfred, N. Y., 40
American stoneware, 33
Arita, 23
Arsberg, 36
Ash, 204
Ash glazes, 7, 8, 26, 160
Ash, preparation, 161
Aue, 31
Augustus the Strong, 31
Baggs, Arthur, 40
Ball clay, 46, 63
English, 47
Tennessee, 46
Barium carbonate, 76
Barium glazes, 82
Barnard clay, 80, 181
Baroque style, 31
Basalt ware, 29
Bentonite, 53, 68
Berlin porcelain, 36
Binns, Charles F., 39, 193
Bisque fire, 150
Bizen ware, 24, 163
Black glazes, 86
Black iron oxide, 56
Black sand, 55
Blending stoneware clay, 44
Bloating, 154
Blue and white porcelain, 19
Blue glazes, 143
Body reduction, 153
Bone ash, 81
Bone china, 32
Böttger, Johann, 30
Bottled gas, 203
Boxing, 149
Brown glazes, 86
Buddhism, 9-10
Bulbs, slip, 178
Burners, 202
Calcined clay, 158
Carving, 176
Casting, 56, 190
Celadon, 11, 14, 22, 143, 155, 163, 192
Centering, 167
Chamber kilns, 5
Chantilly, 29
Chemical stoneware, 59
Chien ware, 17, 18
China, 66, 149
Chinese exports, 19
Chinese kilns, 4
Chinese pottery, 4
Ching dynasty, 19
Ching-tê-chên, 6, 30
Chrome, 143
Chün ware, 14
Clay, 75
Clays
air-floated, 58
fired properties, 44
jiggering, 58
physical properties, 44
stoneware, 43
Cobalt, 19, 143
Coiling, 171, 173
Colditz, 31
Colemanite, 76, 83
Cologne, 26
Color, 145
Color in clay, 53
Coloring oxides, 143
Combing, 174, 192
Combustion, 151
Cones, 148, 205
Confucianism, 10
Contemporary pottery, 37, 41
Cooling, 152
Copper, 143
Copper red, 14, 155, 163
Correcting natural clay, 45
Country stoneware, 33
Cox, Charles E., 40
Crackle glaze, 15
Cranks, 66
Crolius, John, 33
Cup stick, 149
Cutting off, 167

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