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Japanese Culture Seen in Kanazawa
is a wonderful site for anyone with an interest in the history of
Japanese ceramics and tea ceremony.
German manufacturer of porcelain and other ceramics - with a tradition!
More Wedgwood links
Get more links on Wedgwood here.
Articles from National Geographic, including some on archaeology
and ancient ceramics.
Perseus Digital Library
Amazing online library of Greek art, craft and culture. Includes
plenty of ceramics from collections around the world. Brought to
you by Tufts University, Massachusetts.
Picol Passo and the Art of
Maiolica in 16th century Italy
Damon Moon writes on Picol Passo, the famous Italian Maiolca master
of the 16th C.
A collection of pages on pottery and ceramics in archaeology, principally
of the Roman period (1st cent. BC - 5th cent. AD) in Britain and
A great resource hosted by the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology,
this is an online catalogue of the entire ceramic collection.
Qing Ming Chinese Porcelain
Useful facts and information about Chinese Porcelain from the Ming
and Qing Dynasties.
Reference Works Ltd.
Specialist suppliers of ceramic books an catalogues, new and out
Samian ware can in a certain way be considered as the "Wedgwood
of the Romans". Originating from Hellenistic so called "Megarian
Bowls", these ceramics were made in moulds and thus allowed
mass-production. The first great production centers were started
in the 1st century B.C. in Italy, where so called "Arretine"
was made near Arezzo.
Romanian Black Pottery,
Culture and Spirituality
Information about hand-made, black pottery, easter eggs made in
World reknown German manufacturer of fine china.
A new Masters course in the History of Ceramics course delivered
by Staffordshire University. The entire course is provided ‘at
a distance’ with no campus visits required.
Information on British studio ceramics for the collector, potter
Life of Josiah Wedgwood
A biography of Josiah Wedgwood, the ceramic industrialist and
businessman and his achievements.
Family History Page
From the descendants of Josiah Wedgwood.
Hosted by the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, this site takes
you on a tour of the history of world ceramics.
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