From the introduction: “The aim of this book is to give help to those who are interested in the craft of pottery but have made no start in the work because they are unable to possess, or have access to, a potter’s wheel. It is written to help both the teacher who wishes to introduce the craft into a classroom with limited facilities, and the student who has to work alone under home conditions.” Second Edition.
Second edition VG Has been read. Very good, Paperback, Name on inside cover, some numbers on back page [both in pencil]. Surprisingly good condition for the age. Light rubbing on spine, edge wear, bumped corners, as can be suspected. Very faintly soiled on from and a little heavier on back. Photos upon request.
Title Pottery without a Wheel. (Second edition.).
Author Keith TYLER
Publisher Dryad Press, 1955
Length 69 pages