Pottery - A Guide to Ceramics and Pottery Crafts, Pottery Making, Handmade Pottery, Pottery Wheels, Pottery Painting, Mexican Pottery, Pottery Tools, Clay Pottery, and Pottery Glazes [NOOK Book]

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Pottery - A Guide to Ceramics and Pottery Crafts, Pottery Making, Handmade Pottery, Pottery Wheels, Pottery Painting, Mexican Pottery, Pottery Tools, Clay Pottery, and Pottery Glazes

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Pottery - A Guide to Ceramics and Pottery Crafts, Pottery Making, Handmade Pottery, Pottery Wheels, Pottery Painting, Mexican Pottery, Pottery Tools, Clay Pottery, and Pottery Glazes

Contents Include:

The Rebirth Of Pottery
The Shape Pottery Takes
Great Uses For Pottery
Making Pottery For Business Or Pleasure
Making Pottery Personal
Pottery Adds Decorative Flair
Home Decorating-old World Style
Home Decorating With Southwestern Flair
The Place Of Pottery In A Tuscan Kitchen
Home Decorating With Native American Touches
Egyptian Pottery Ageless Beauty
The Beauty Of Mexican Pottery
Roman Pottery Forged Its Own Path
Great Places To Shop For Pottery
Finding Pottery Online
Finding A Great Pottery Wheel
Giving Pottery Gifts
Paint Your Own Pottery
Wood Fired Pottery
Pottery For Storage
Raku Pottery 101
Throwing Pottery Is Great Fun
Paint Pottery For Girls Night Out
Giving Children The Gift Of Creating Pottery
A Pottery Party Fit For A Princess
Pottery For Jewelry
Pottery Kits For Potential Potters
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012204721
  • Publisher: Lamont Hall Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/28/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 760,590
  • File size: 166 KB

Meet the Author

Joy Adams is a freelance writer who writes about her travels, hobbies and crafts.
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  • Posted May 26, 2011

    I wouldn't choose this one

    If you are looking for illustrations, there are NONE with the exception of a single image in the cover page.
    There are no links to each chapter and you must SEARCH for content to find what you are looking for.
    The book (if you want to call it that way - thirty some pages) must be read sequentially.
    If you can't see hand positioning at the wheel, it's of no use.
    A picture is worth a thousand words.
    Search somewhere else.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2012

    Background Information about Ceramics

    This book does not teach you how to make things, but rather explains some background information. I thought the book was sort of a waste of money, but it seems like it was another magazine that advertizes ceramics.

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  • Posted June 13, 2011

    Great Ebook on Pottery - Loved it

    I learned alot about this skill or craft of pottery making. I'm working on my first one now.

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  • Posted March 6, 2011

    Pottery 101

    This ebook is a very thorough guide for anyone who wants to learn not only how to make pottery but how to use it for decorating and design as well. I really learned alot.

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