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Ceramics in America 2011

Editorial Statement
Robert Hunter

Introduction
Robert Hunter

The Chinese Scholar Pattern: Style, Merchant Identity, and the English Imagination
Sarah Fayen Scarlett

Mind Mud: Ai Weiwei's Conceptual Ceramics
Garth Clark

Digging Up Salem's Golden Age: Ceramic Use Among the Merchant Class
George Schwartz

The States Border Series by Ralph and James Clews
Dick Henrywood

The Stoneware Years of the Thompson Potters of Morgantown, West Virginia, 1854–1890
Richard Duez and Don Horvath with Brenda Hornsby Heindl

Ceramic Treasures in Seventeenth-Century Trash: A 1660s Cellar Deposit
Al Luckenbach and John E. Kille

Cap-Hole Oyster Jars: A Racial Message in the Mud, or, Shipping, Ostreidae Crassostrea virginica
Ivor Noël Hume

New Discoveries

New Discoveries - Introduction
Merry Abbitt Outlaw

Whately Teapots in the Western Catskills
Anthony Butera Jr.

Incorporating the Other: A Seventeenth-Century Virginia Indian Basket Rendered in Clay
Beverly A. Straube

A Domfront (Normandy) Stoneware Pot in Jacobean Virginia
Bruno Fajal and Taft Kiser

A Vision of a Technological Wonder in 1830s California
Glenn Farris

The Jolly Young Waterman at Fort Johnson, Charleston, South Carolina
Carl Steen

The Last Dave Pot
Carl Steen

A Dish from Your Alma Mater?
Angelika Ruth Keuttner

Planting Pots from Gore Place, Waltham, Massachusetts
Christa M. Beranek and Rita A. DeForest

An Unusual Drabware Strainer from the Chew Site, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Al Luckenbach and Dianna Edwards

Langerwehe Stoneware Vessel from Gloucester Courthouse Jail, Gloucester, Virginia
William Pittman, David Brown, and Thane Harpole

A Tin-glazed Earthenware Salt from Minges Ferry
Karen K. Shriver

Fragments of Forgotten Empires: A French Creamware Bowl from Joseph Bonaparte's Estate at Point Breeze in Bordentown, New Jersey
Richard Veit

Book Reviews

Slipware in the Collection of the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery
Review by Paul Courtney

Copyhold Potworks and Housing in the Straffordshire Potteries, 1770–1832
Review by Neil Ewins

Salt-glazed Stoneware in Early America
Review by Ivor Noël Hume

London's Delftware Industry: The Tin-Glazed Pottery Industries of Southwark and Lambeth
Review by Ivor Noël Hume

Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Review by George L. Miller

Small Pieces of History: Archaeological Ceramics from Tunstall, Stoke-on-Trent
Review by Timothy B. Riordan

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