Normandy Stoneware: Traditional Jersey pottery (Paperback)
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Stoneware pottery from Normandy has been used in the Channel Island of Jersey for more than four hundred years. Pots were made to suit every purpose with their design and quality being practical and durable enough to allow their use to continue into the twentieth century. Normandy stoneware was a key part of Jersey's domestic and agricultural culture and pots may still be found in attics, farm lofts and outbuildings. This book offers an introduction and illustrated guide to the variety of Normandy stoneware pottery that was used in Jersey from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries. Written by a local expert in this field, it provides a much needed guide to Jersey pottery and will be of use and interest to historians and archaeologists.