The New Hamburg Pottery: New Hamburg, Ontario 1854-1916 by David Newlands

By David Newlands

The New Hamburg Pottery used to be one of many twelve potteries in Waterloo County, Ontario, over the last half the 19th century. The works used to be a family-operated company in the course of such a lot of its heritage. It was once owned through individuals of the Boehler relations until eventually 1894 then endured lower than a succession of homeowners till 1916. The pottery trusted a neighborhood provide of cheap clay, lead for glaze, and on a close-by marketplace for the earthenware boxes produced on the works. the recent Hamburg works used to be one of many final potteries within the nation to shut its doorways and one in all a truly few potteries within the province to function past the 1st decade of this century.

This e-book offers a historical past of the pottery, information regarding the positioning and the excavations, and a number of the kinds of pottery produced.

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The New Hamburg Pottery: New Hamburg, Ontario 1854-1916

The recent Hamburg Pottery used to be one of many twelve potteries in Waterloo County, Ontario, over the last half the 19th century. The works used to be a family-operated enterprise in the course of such a lot of its historical past. It was once owned through contributors of the Boehler kin till 1894 then persevered lower than a succession of householders until eventually 1916.

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37 Fig. 7. Bowls (Type A) from New Hamburg. 38 The New Hamburg Pottery Fig. 8 No. Provenance Registry No. ; yellowish brown (10YR 5/6) glaze on outside and inside; clay reddish yellow (SYR 7/6). Milk Pans 2 Ae7 242 unglazed; clay reddish yellow (SYR 3 4 Aa 198 unglazed; clay pale red (10R 6/4). 38 unglazed; clay reddish yellow (SYR 7/6); misshapen. Jurface 7/6). SYR 6/6). Stove Tube 7 Ael/2 - unglazed; clay pale yellow 7/4); see plate 9. 5Y 39 Fig. 8. Pottery from New Hamburg. The New Hamburg Pottery 40 Fig.

Of the County of Waterloo for 1867 (Toronto: Irwin & Burnham, 1867), pp. Directory (Toronto: H. , 1869), p. ), p. 597. of the County of Waterloo, 1867 (Toronto: Irwin & Burnham, 1867), p. 132. 17 Ignatz Bitschy is reported as working in Mildmay from 1860's until 1907. ), pp. 23-34, figs. 19-22. L. Newlands, "The Potteries of Paris, Ontario," Canadian Collector 11 (November-December 1976), pp. 48-51. 20 The land-title records for this period appear to be confused and this information was obtained from the Tax Assessment roll for the village.

6"; unglazed; clay yellowish red (SYR 5/6); groove on outside below rim. 6"; unglazed; clay yellowish red (SYR 5/6). 7"; unglazed; clay reddish yellow (SYR 7/5); see plate 8a. SYR 8/2) glaze on outside and inside; clay pink (SYR 8/4); see plate 8b. Pie Plates unglazed on outside; pale yellow (5Y 8/3) glaze on inside; clay light red (10R 6/6). unglazed on outside; dark reddish brown (SYR 3/4) glaze on inside; clay pink (SYR 7/4). See also plate 7. SYR 6/8). SYR 6/8) glaze on outside and inside; clay light red (2.

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