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what do you mean by "simplest" clay? (in your definition of earthenware)
Is the only way to determine the origin of tin-glazed earthenware pieces of the same period, e.g. mid-17th century, the style of decoration?
what makes the white glaze on Iznik?
Will these slides be available?
Creamware requires cream-colored clay, correct? Was cream-colored clay widely available (geographically)? What countries produced creamware prior to the 19th century?
What about salt-glazed earthenware?
Hugely, helpful! Thank you so much!
very informative thank you!
Wonderful presentation! Thank you so much!
Very clear and well organized. Many thanks!
David here, from California and the US Transferware Collectors Club; thank you for the opportunity to join in on this most useful lecture.
Is Cornish China clay still used?
You said that lead-glaze is poisonous: is this in the manufacturing process or is the lead not firmly fixed in the (fused) glaze and therefore dangerous to consumers in use?
thanks Colin good to see you Pat and David
matthew - you are echoing badly (at least for me)
Thank You. Can't wait for the rest of the series.
a tour de force Colin. Congratulations.
Chinese Yixing teapots are not glazed but do hold tea. Is that a type of earthenware?
Thank you looking forward to your next presentation!