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From: Creole Clay

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Figures 0.1. The Pitons World Heritage Site, Saint Lucia xviii 0.2. Clay kettle from Choiseul, Saint Lucia xx 1.1. Caribbean heritage ceramics xxvi 1.2. Irena Alphonse, Saint Lucia 4 1.3. Clinton (Junior) Panton, Jamaica 8 2.1. Delia Peter, Saint Lucia 14 2.2. Anne Pierre, Saint Lucia 20 2.3. Mary and Alicia Pamphile, Saint Lucia 21 2.4. Traditional ajoupa-style workshop in Delcer 23 2.5. Double bonfiring in Morne Sion, c. 1980 25 2.6. Catharina (Catty) Osman, Saint Lucia 26 2.7. Catty Osman carrying coalpots 27 2.8. Former sugar mill in Fiette 30 2.9. Lucina Gerald firing pots by the road 32 2.10. Marie (Leo) Clifford, Saint Lucia 34 2.11. Bernadette Joseph, Saint Lucia 35 2.12. Mary Phillip, Saint Lucia 35 2.13. Meridith Felix, Saint Lucia 37 2.14. Jane Faucher, Saint Lucia 39 2.15. Dorothy Beausoleil, Castries Central Market 40 2.16. Irena Alphonse firing a soda kiln 43 3.1. Large St. Lucian coalpot set 46 3.2. Theresa Paschal, La Maison Creole, Choiseul 50 3.3. St. Lucian pottery forms (1) 52 3.4. St. Lucian pottery forms (2) 53 3.5. Coalpot sets in a range of sizes 56 3.6. Wheelthrown kawaf 59 xi xii Figures 3.7. Large flowerpot with sculptural face 61 3.8. Clay souvenirs and miniatures 63 3.9. Reproduction of Carib Indian pot by Irena Alphonse 64 4.1. Catty Osman with freshly dug clay 68 4.2. Irena Alphonse pounding clay 73 4.3. Irena Alphonse building a large flowerpot 77 4.4. Pottery tools made from calabash and plastic 78 4.5. Juliana Leopole, Saint Lucia 79 4.6. Jane Faucher making a coalpot 81 4.7. Burnishing pottery in Saint Lucia 84 4.8. Drying pots in the sun before firing 88 4.9. Stacking a large bonfire (1) 89 4.10. Stacking a large bonfire (2) 89 4.11. Agnes Osman tending a large bonfire 90 4.12. Irena Alphonse firing her wood kiln 95 5.1. The waterwheel at the former sugar mill on the Balenbouche Estate 96 5.2. Cooking bouyon in a St. Lucian kannawi 100 5.3. Miniature coalpot sets from the Caribbean and Latin America 105 5.4. Iron konfo cookstove from Curaçao and clay brazier from Cameroon 105 5.5. Nicolas Bernard Lépicié, Les Apprêts d’un dejeuner, c. 1760–70 107 5.6. Unglazed brazier and lopas, Greece, c. 450 bce 108 5.7. Sugar mold built into fortification wall, Mamiku Estate 111 5.8. Remains of a pottery kiln, Mamiku Estate 112 5.9. Roofing tiles and shards, Balenbouche Estate 114 5.10. Colonial roofing tile with production marks 116 6.1. Marlene Lydia Aloema, Suriname 118 6.2. Traditional Baule pottery, Ivory Coast 120 6.3. Baule potter Koua Aya pounding clay 123 6.4. Senufo potter coiling vessel 124 6.5. Baule potter compressing rim of pot 124 6.6. Stacking a Senufo pottery firing 125 6.7. Lighting a Senufo pottery firing 125 6.8. Alfons Sjinga and Melissa Colom, Suriname 129 6.9. Alfons Sjinga coiling a large vessel 130 6.10. Potters’ hands from Jamaica, Guyana, Saint Lucia, and Trinidad 133 Figures xiii 7.1. Almena Cornelius, Nevis 134 7.2. Creole Pottery of Nevis, postcard, c. 1930 138 7.3. Marianne Jeffers, Nevis 139 7.4. Nevis coalpot set 144 7.5. Flowerpots at New Castle Pottery 145 7.6. Pottery process in Nevis 148 7.7. Open-air firing, New Castle Pottery, 1994 150 7.8. Photograph of potters in Antigua for National Geographic Magazine, January 1941 155 7.9. Traditional pottery in Sea View Farm, Antigua 157 7.10. Shoy Southwell, One Stone Ital Shack, St. John’s, Antigua 157 7.11. Elvie Steven, Antigua 158 7.12. Hyacinth Hillhouse, Antigua 159 7.13. Pottery process in Sea View Farm 165 7.14. Firing pots in Sea View Farm 166 7.15. Ocean-inspired pottery by Nancy Nicholson, Antigua 169 8.1. Merline Roden, Jamaica 172 8.2. Theophilus (Blessed) Reid making a Spanish jar 177 8.3. Three Jamaican yabbas 178 8.4. Louisa (Ma Lou) Jones, Jamaica 181 8.5. Pottery process in Spanish Town 184 8.6. Pottery by Ma Lou and Merline Roden with signature mark 185 8.7. Merline Roden’s burnishing stone 187 8.8. Pottery firing in Spanish Town 189 8.9...


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