2 edition of Native pottery in early historic Ireland found in the catalog.
Native pottery in early historic Ireland
Michael Ryan undifferentiated
|Statement||by Michael Ryan.|
|Series||Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy -- v.73, no.11|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||645|
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NATIVE POTTERY IN EARLY HISTORIC IRELAND By Michael Ryan National Museum of Ireland (Communicated by G. Eogan, ) Plate VII [Received, 19 January Read, 22 October Published, 21 December ] Abstract A type of native pottery occurs in north-eastern Ireland during the first millenium A.D.
In his paper, 'Native pottery in early historic Ireland', Michael Ryan dis-cussed the emergence of Souterrain in Ireland and its possible inspirations and ante-cedents.4 More recently, Ian Armit has argued strongly for a Scottish influence in the * Authors e-mails: [email protected] and [email protected]
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Fine ware began to be made in Ireland in the late 17 th century due to the rising cost of importing fine ware from overseas. Using native fine white clay, this pottery tends to be more decorative and delicate in nature. Belleek Potteries, in operation since the middle of the 19 th century, are still producing Irish fine ware and porcelain of.
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