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surfing with helen bates - usa east part 1 - april 28, 2004

updated fri 30 apr 04


Helen Bates on wed 28 apr 04

Surfing with Helen Bates - USA East part 1 - April 28, 2004

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Italian Renaissance Ceramics
Maiolica: how it was made during the Italian Renaissance, with drawings.

(The museum's conservation work and the H. and J. Stein Collection)

(Maryland Archaeological Conservation Lab (Calvert County, MD, USA)
(Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, Calvert County, Maryland, USA)
Diagnostic Artifacts in Maryland (Historic Ceramics in Maryland)
I believe this site has been added to. If not, it's still worth a=20
return visit. This time I looked at the Rhenish Stoneware. The=20
Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory (MAC Lab) is a=20
state-of-the-art archaeological research, conservation, and collections=20
storage facility located at the Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in=20
southern Maryland. It is part of the Chesapeake Bay Gateways Network,=20
in partnership with the US National Park Service.

L.H. Conklin (New York, NY, USA)

Musing on Staffordshire Agateware and real agate stones (Mineralogy)
Pictured are a Staffordshire solid-agateware slopbowl and a=20
solid-agateware child=92s mug, Staffordshire, England. The former was=20
made about 1740, the latter circa 1750. Also shown is a snuff box=20
fashioned of Scottish agate stone.

The Schlumberger Oilfield Glossary (New York, NY, USA and Paris, France)

(Clay terms and images - the descriptions can be relevant to clay terms)=20
The articles are hyperlinked and there are some black and white=20

Richard Aerni (Bloomfield, NY, USA)

It's nice to see some of Richard's fine work online at Janet Kaiser's=20
site. There is also a set of photographs were taken at a Richard Aerni=20
Workshop held in New Jersey. All zoomable.


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