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  • Catawba Valley Pottery of North Carolina - Provides information about the region's folk art potters and their wares. Includes brief biographies of some of the artists such as Burlon Craig and Charles Lisk.
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  • Ceramic History for Potters - Comprehensive collection of historical information covering ceramic objects, pottery, glazing and firing techniques. Compiled and written by Victor Bryant.
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  • Early Islamic Tiles - An exhibition of tiles, with references, from the 14th-17th century collected by Lockwood de Forest in 1880-86 while in partnership with Louis Comfort Tiffany.
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  • A Glance At: The History of Mexican Ceramics - A very brief history of Mexican ceramics from pre-Hispanic times to contemporary art. Illustrated.
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  • Goodfellow Potteries - The history of the potteries of Thomas Goodfellows I and II, father and son, both master potters at Burslem and Tunstall, in Stoke-0n-Trent, Staffordshire, England.
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  • Greek Vase Museum Replicas - Reproductions of five types of Greek vases geometrical, Corinthian, black or red figure vase, and white ground vases. Site provides magnificent color galleries of sample work.
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  • A History of Pottery - Article discussing types of wares, decorating techniques and major traditions of the west.
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  • Maria Julian Pottery - Providing detailed historical data of Maria Martinez's family and the San Ildefonso pottery heritage.
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  • The Medieval Pottery Research Group - Bringing together people with an interest in the pottery vessels that were made, traded, and used in Europe between the end of the Roman period and the 16th century.
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  • NativeTech: Pottery & Clay - Topically organized educational information emphasizing the Eastern Woodlands region.
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  • The Potteries - List of potters including photos, background and history from North Staffordshire, England.
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  • Pottery Talks - This site illustrates the goal of artist-educator, Russ McKeel, to give students the opportunity to closely examine historic pottery and artifacts, and to learn more about design, form, function, and ceramic techniques. Russ McKeel - Lecturer and Artist
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  • Shearwater Pottery: Dreaming in Clay - The history of Shearwater Pottery, Ocean Springs, Mississippi. Archives and documents
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