Ceramics in America 2013

Editorial Statement
Robert Hunter

Robert Hunter

African-American Face Vessels: History and Ritual in 19th-Century Edgefield
Claudia Arzeno Mooney, April L. Hynes, and Mark M. Newell

From Baltimore to the South Carolina Backcountry: Thomas Chandler's Influence on 19th-Century Stoneware
Philip Wingard

“Stone-ware of excellent quality, Alexandria manufacture” Part II: The Pottery of B. C. Milburnnn
Barbara H. Magid

Waylande Gregory: Science and Ceramics
Thomas C. Folk

A Hole in One? or, In Search of Piggy Banks and Christmas Boxes
Ivor Noël Hume

Money Boxes: The London Evidence
Jacqui Pearce

English and Continental Delft at Temple Newsam House, Leeds
Dianna Edwards

Bonnin & Morris: Reading between the Lines
Diana Stradling

The Remarkable 19th-Century Stoneware of Virginia's Lower James River Valley
Kurt C. Russ, Robert Hunter, Oliver Mueller-Heubach, and Marshall Goodman

Book Reviews

Red Brick, Black Mountain, White Clay: Reflections on Art, Family, and Survival
Review by Ellen Paul Denker

Famille Verte: Chinese Porcelain in Green Enamels
Review by Ronald W. Fuchs II

Liverpool Porcelain, 1756–1804
Review by Brian Gallagher

Objectifying China, Imagining America: Chinese Commodities in Early America
Review by Jessica Lanier

Amsterdam Ceramics: A City's History and an Archaeological Ceramics Catalogue, 1175–2011
Review by Richard G. Schaefer

While Chipstone is working towards having articles available on line these articles are recently out in the print version which is available from UPNE.