Title: JOHN BARTLAM: Staffordshire in Carolina.
Publisher: South Carolina Institute Of Archaeology And Anthropology,
Publication Date: 2004
Book Condition: VG
Dust Jacket Condition: NONE
A study based on excavations of the wares of John Bartlam, a South Carolina pottery manufacturer who established a creamware factory in the late 18th century near Charleston, later moving it to Camden. 283 pages with index, and color photos and identification of fragments. Oversize paperback with clean, bright covers. Contents clean, unmarked, with half-inch tear and inconsequential creasing on last page of index (does not affect text) . ;. Bookseller Inventory # 41898
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