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Robert Hunter: antique pottery, ceramics specialist

Learn from seasoned specialist in British and American ceramic objects, Robert Hunter. Antique pottery, ceramics, and surfaces of illusion are detailed within Expressions of Innocence and Eloquence and JaneKatchercollection.com by the founding director of the Center for Archaeological Research at the College of William and Mary. Hunter's accomplishments include his work as assistant curator of ceramic items and glass at Colonial Williamsburg, too. Besides his enthralling analysis of surfaces of illusion within Expressions of Innocence and Eloquence, Hunter's published pieces include the co-authored article, "English Shell-Edge Earthenwares" and contributions to the chapter, "English Delft from Williamsburg's Archaeological Contexts" in John C. Austin's "British Delft at Williamsburg." Hunter's knowledge and observations of spatter ware antique pottery is also displayed within our online gallery at JaneKatchercollection.com.

Spatter ware: antique pottery surfaces

Rare findings of ceramic creations come to life within Expressions of Innocence and Eloquence and on JaneKatchercollection.com. View catalogs of spatter ware antique pottery, produced by skillful artists in the mid eighteenth to the mid nineteenth centuries. These beautiful and historical creations were used mostly for decoration, yet were also designed for daily use. Colored with typical blue or red liquefied clay, spatterware is often viewed as earthenware. See for yourself the beauty of ancient inventions and creations, through the work of photographer Gavin Ashworth. Throughout the pages of JaneKatchercollection.com, learn of the artistic strategies Ashworth employed to clearly display the delicate inventions of earlier times within the pages of the book and the website. In addition, learn more about the contributors to the ongoing research, such as Jane Katcher, David Schorsch, Ruth Wolfe, and Robert Hunter. Antique pottery, ceramics, portraits, and more are available for viewing at JaneKatchercollection.com.