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by Gary Tefft
Author: Gary Tefft
Publisher: Locust Enterprises; 2nd edition (December 1991)
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If your library is to have one reference book on red wing products, this should be the book. The one drawback of this book as opposed to other red wing reference books, is that the pictures are in black-and-white rather than color.
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Here's a video made during the 1952 Red Wing Art Association Open House, hosting a number of the old-time pottery workers. Watch old time potters showing their craft. Online video produced by Gary Tefft. VT. Amazing pottery skills. 3:07 · 433,200 Views. 30 Artists Who Take Pottery To The Next Level.
Red Wing Potters and Their Wares Format: Paperback Authors: Gary Tefft ISBN10: 0960673016 Published: 1981-06-01 Red Wing Potters and Their Wares.
Red Wing Potters & Their Wares Signed Tefft 1987(91)& Pottery Reiss 2000(03). Customs services and international tracking provided.
Red Wing advertising ware. Red Wing Stoneware - I have this book. Use it for reference frequently. This iconic Red Wing vase was designed by Charles Murphy for their Decorator pottery line. Antique Crocks Old Crocks Red Wing Stoneware Red Wing Pottery Love Decorations Vintage Pottery Kitchen Items Colored Glass Country Style. It is marked measures high and has a distinctive crystalline orange glaze.
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According to Red Wing Potters & Their Wares, by Gary and Bonnie Tefft, the white, opaque glazes were developed in Bristol, England, which is why they’re referred to as Bristol glazes. Collectors often refer to Red Wing stoneware carrying the red wing, birchleaf and Elephant Ear decorations as zinc glaze or white glaze, so these two terms are used interchangeably in this article. The Teffts write on page 67 of their book that the transition to white-glazed wares was complete in 1900. Their most radical change in wares was about three years ago when they discarded the dark glaze in favor of the white glaze which is the highest stoneware product to be made.
Tefft, Gary, and Bonnie Tefft, Red Wing Potters & Their Wares, Menomonee Falls, Wi. Locust Enterprises, 1996, 200 p. Viel, Lyndon . The Clay Giants, Des Moines: Wallace-Homestead Book C. 1977, 128 p.