The Early Makers of Handcrafted Earthenware and Stoneware in Central and Southern New Jersey by M. Lelyn Branin is a scarce and thoroughly researched book on the everyday pottery wares of a region rich in ceramic history. Thirty-seven chapters cover the redwares, stonewares, etc. of numerous towns, counties and style regions in New Jersey (The Morgan Pottery at Cheesequake, The Potteries at Old Bridge, Washington and South River, The Rue Pottery at Matawan, etc.) Various appendices include glaze formulas, census records, directory records, etc. 266pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Very Fine condition. Published in 1988 by Associated University Presses, Inc., first edition.
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