This is the first investigation into the principles linking the design process in ceramics with the methods of manufacture. Where previous writers on this subject have emphasised the design styles associated with the period I have taken greater account of what I choose to identify as opportunistic and prescriptive practices; in other words the ceramic chemist and designer’s ability in achieving predetermined results as against the use of materials and practices over which he had limited control.
The Design Process in British Ceramic Manufacture 1750-1850
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