A History of Kütahya Pottery and Potters
This book has been designed to throw new light on one of the overshadowed areas, the richly endowed world of Kütahya tiles. In a region where pottery has been produced without interruption through the Phrygian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Ottoman and modern periods, Kütahya’s long history of pottery production – it’s development, materials, workshops and craftsman – has now been re-examined on new depth. Garo Kürkman has combed museums and archives all over the world, bringing to light a myriad documents and photographs that have never been published before, and his fascinating study based on all this new information takes us on a thrilling journey through the magical world of clay, fire and glaze.
Publication Date: April 2006
Number of Pages: 405
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