Tag Archives: Pottery

The Saturday Evening Girls (SEG) Club and the Paul Revere Pottery

The Saturday Evening Girls (SEG) Club and the Paul Revere Pottery – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – January 2006 Excerpted from the book “[amazon_link id=”0764322273″ target=”_blank” container=”” container_class=”” ]Saturday Evening Girls: Paul Revere Pottery[/amazon_link]” by Meg Chalmers & Judy Young The Saturday Evening Girls (SEG) Club and the Paul Revere Pottery, which grew out of […]

Ken's Korner: Shard of pottery has giant Goliath’s name

Ken’s Korner: Shard of pottery has giant Goliath’s name – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – January 2006 In a famous Biblical tale, David slew the giant Goliath with a slingshot. But did it actually happen? Archaeologists digging at the purported home of Goliath near Jerusalem have unearthed a shard of pottery bearing an inscription of Goliath’s name. […]

North Carolina Seagrove Pottery: The Transition Period

North Carolina Seagrove Pottery: The Transition Period – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – August 2004 by A. Everette James The utilitarian tradition of fashioning both stoneware and earthenware pottery in the Seagrove area of North Carolina had extended over several hundred years by the end of the 19th century. In fact, certain of these […]

Grueby: the View From 100 Years

Grueby: the View From 100 Years – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – May 2004 By Steve Fales [quote style=”boxed”]”To me there is more true art in a brick made and burnt by one man than there is in the best piece of molded pottery ever made” – William J. Walley[/quote] The World’s Columbian Exposition […]

Collecting Indian Art: Baskets, Beadwork, Carvings, Jewelry, Paintings, Pottery, Sculptures, and Textiles

Collecting Indian Art: Baskets, Beadwork, Carvings, Jewelry, Paintings, Pottery, Sculptures, and Textiles – The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles – August 2002 This is the first in a series of feature articles on collecting American Indian arts and crafts by Dr. Gregory Schaaf. He is the Director of the Center for Indigenous Arts & Cultures, […]