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Potting Techniques, Developments
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1 1956 - WIS I - Body Compositions 813
2 1957 - WIS II - A Potter's Problem 790
3 1957 - WIS II - Wedgwood Shapes 825
4 1960 - WIS V - The Evolution of the Ceramic Art in Staffordshire 723
5 1961 - WIS VI - A Question of the Imprint of Wedgwood in the Longer Poems of Keats 800
6 1961 - WIS VI - Pottery Techniques Inherited by Wedgwood 778
7 1964 - WIS IX - Wedgwood the Technician 779
8 1965 - WIS X - Social History and the Staffordshire Potter 729
9 1966 - WIS XI - Ceramic Transfer-Printing Techniques 1750–1850 752
10 1966 - WIS XI - Clays: Wedgwood’s and Other Potters Search in the New World 702
11 1966 - WIS XI - English Blue Transfer Printed Wares of the Early Nineteenth Century With Particular Reference to Wedgwood 615
12 1966 - WIS XI - The Emigration of the Staffordshire Potters to America 664
13 1966 - WIS XI - The English Tradition in American Ceramics 681
14 1967 - WIS XII - Yellow Glazed English Earthenware 720
15 1968 - WIS XIII - The Dedication. (A re-dedication of a highway marker for the clay pits at Franklin, NC.) 596
16 1968 - WIS XIII - Wedgwood's Carolina Clay: A Trip to Franklin and the Cherokee Mine 652
17 1970 - WIS XV - Bas-Relief Decorations on Dry Body Ware 689
18 1976 - WIS XXI - A Recent Acquisition 625
19 1976 - WIS XXI - Address to Wedgwood International Seminar April 27, 1976 637
20 1976 - WIS XXI - Early Staffordshire Wares 613
21 1977 - WIS XXII - Definitions and Techniques 608
22 1989 - WIS XXXIV - Incised and Impressed Decoration on Wedgwood. (The Buten-Born Memorial presented at the 32nd (1987) WIS in England.) 484
23 1991-1993 - WIS XXXVI-XXXVIII - A Journey to Jingdezhen 541
24 1994-1995 - WIS XXXIX-XXXX - A Capital Venture 627
25 1994-1995 - WIS XXXIX-XXXX - Early Staffordshire Influences on Josiah Wedgwood 561
26 1994-1995 - WIS XXXIX-XXXX - Firing and Fetlocks: Josiah Wedgwood and George Stubbs 700
27 1994-1995 - WIS XXXIX-XXXX - The Etruscans and Etruria: The Background to the First Day Vases 570
28 1994-1995 - WIS XXXIX-XXXX - The Ingenious Techniques of Industrial Slipware 898
29 1994-1995 - WIS XXXIX-XXXX - The Potter's Art Rediscovered: The Archaeology of Pottery Production in the Age of Wedwood 516
30 1998-2000 - WIS XXXXIII-XXXXV - Developments in Pottery Manufacturing Technology in the Twentieth Century. (45th WIS, 2000) 474