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The Meyer family: master potters of Texas by…

The Meyer family: master potters of Texas

by Georgeanna H. Greer

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A scarce and important history of the Meyer Family pottery which was started in 1887 near Atascosa, Texas. The book includes dozens of full page photographs, in color and black-and-white, of vintage views of the pottery, of Gus Meyer working the clay, and of examples of the kilns output over the years. The photographs are clear and focused to show details clearly. The text described each exhibited piece with dimensions, glaze data, firing facts, dating, and other information. [5], 97 pages. Size: 9" square.
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