|SIZE:||246 x 189 mm|
|INSIDE:||150 colour photographs|
Terracotta has been used by civilizations dating back to the Ancient Egyptians and beyond, and is still valued today in its raw form for both decorative and functional pots. Gardenware in particular is often made from terracotta, which can be fired so that it is frost and heat resistant. In Gardenware, Martin Lungley, a potter who uses terracotta for much of his work, explores the history of the material and shows by means of clear instructions and fullcolour step-by-step photographs how to get the best from this most versatile of materials.
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