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Author: Bernard Moore
ISBN13: 978-0889561007
Title: Pruning with Bernard Moore
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Language: English
Publisher: Intermedia Press; Reprint edition (1981)

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Download Pruning with Bernard Moore by Bernard Moore. Cover/Number of pages: Paperback, 107 pages. Publication: Published by Intermedia Press. Also we recommend: Nancy Christen: Werke. Ein Fall für Opa: Seniorenbeschäftigung. Land ohne Kinder: Wege aus der demographischen Krise.

Bernard Moore (1850-1935) was an English pottery manufacturer and ceramic chemist known for the innovative production of flambé glazes and pottery with reduced lustre pigments. After forty years running his family's pottery business, he set up his own pottery studio in Stoke-on-Trent where he made art pottery with the help of a few assistants. After closing the studio, he worked as a ceramic consultant.

Windham, Bernard Moore was born on May 11, 1942 in Carthage, Mississippi, United States. Son of Bernard M. Senior and Mildred (Henry) Windham. Bachelor of Science in Mathematics magna cum laude, Mississippi State University, 1964. Postgraduate, Louisiana State University, 1967. Master of Science, ABD, Florida State University, 1971.

Moore, Bernard, born 1850 - died 1935 (maker). Materials and Techniques: Porcellaneous stoneware, with a flambé glaze. Museum number: . 75-1984. People After the closure of the family firm of Moore Bros. Long before then he was a highly respected glaze chemist and a consultant to the ceramics industry on a wide variety of technical fronts. Throughout the 1880s and 1890s it is likely that he was experimenting with and perfecting the specialist and difficult glazes with which his name is now principally associated. Materials & Making Based on mineral (usually iron or copper) oxides, flambé glazes (or transmutation glazes).

Moore, Bernard, 1873-). The Online Books Page hasn't yet cataloged the following titles: Cornish Catches, and Other Verses.