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on 27 July 1998
This is my favorite book on Native American Pottery. Often funny, always practical, a great book for the beginning collector as well as a good reference for the experienced trader. Tons of color pictures which always identify potter, pueblo and dates. Good index which includes all of the artists' names. It's organized by pueblo and for the more prolific communitites, further breaks things down by period, style or family lines. Covers prehistoric pottery too. My only complaint is that it has no information on prices.
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on 8 November 1997
Buy this book. You will immediately appreciate the beautiful photos and the authors' entertaining style. It would make a great gift for any pottery lover. A beginner can learn to identify pottery styles in minutes. And it educates about both the history and recent trends of each style.
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on 15 December 1997
A sometimes funny, always informative summary of historical and, most importantly, contemporary southwestern Native American pottery. The authors analyze their own extensive collection, and in the process give the reader a good insight into what is what in each pottery style. Not an indepth treatment - a VERY good overview with information about current and up-and-coming potters in each pueblo and tribe of the Four Corners area.
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