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Burrison, John A.
Brothers in Clay. The Story Georgia Folk Pottery.

Athens University of Georgia Press:1983.

"Georgia has a remarkable pottery tradition beginning with the colonial potter Andrew Duche, who set up shop in Savannah in 1738 and spanning the centuries to Lanier Meaders... 'Brothers in Clay' is the story of this tradition and the families who have shaped and preserved it." The uncommon hardcover edition.

Hardcover. 8.5"x10.5", 326 pages, 12 color plates and 152 b&w illustrations, dj. Jacket spine sunned.

Inventory #: 35648
Price: $ 125.00      

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