Dutch Trade and Ceramics in America in the Seventeenth Century

Charlotte Wilcoxen. DUTCH TRADE AND CERAMICS IN AMERICA IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. Albany, NY: Albany Institute of History & Art, 1987. Softcover. 109 pp. 33 illustrations, 16 color plates showing multiple ceramic sherds. The book is divided into two parts with the first part focusing on trade, and the second part on the ceramics. Discussion include Dutch trade during the 17th century, and Dutch trade with various colonies and settlements including: Virginia, Maryland, New England, Plymouth Colony, Boston and the Massachusetts Bay Settlements, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York after 1664, and the later colonies and Florida. The second section looks at 17th-century Dutch ceramics, Dutch utility wares, Dutch Majolica, Dutch Fayence, Foreign wares distributed by the Dutch, and ceramics found on former New Netherland sites. A bibliography is included. Condition is VG. Overall in excellent condition but visible sunning streak on front cover. (See photo)

Dealer Russack & Loto Books, LLC
Date: 1987
Origin Albany, NY
Artist/Maker Charlotte Wilcoxen
Measurements 8.5" x 11" x .5"
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