Selected fritware/stonepaste and Islamic ceramics readings
Allan, J. W. (1973). Abu'L-Qasim's treatise. Iran, 11, 111-120. (The full text of this article is available on the Ashmolean Museum website.)
Allan, J. W. (1991). Islamic ceramics. Oxford: Ashmolean Museum. (This book is also available as an interactive online book on the Ashmolean Museum website.)
Allan, J. W., Llewellyn, L. R. & Schweizer, R. (1973). The history of so-called Egyptian faience in Islamic Persia: Investigations into Abu'L-Qasim's treatise. Archaeometry, 15, 165-173.
Atasoy, N. & Raby, J. (1989). Iznik: The pottery of Ottoman Turkey. London: Thames and Hudson.
Bernsted, A. M. K. (2007). Early Islamic pottery: Materials and techniques. London: Archetype.
Caiger-Smith, A. (2002). Chance discovery. Ceramic Review, 196, 49-51. (A pre-publication version of this article is available on the Ashmolean Museum website.)
Carswell, J. (2007). Iznik pottery. Northampton, Massachusetts: Interlink Publishing Group, Inc.
Centlivres-Demont, M. (1971). Une communauté de potiers en Iran: Le centre de Meybod (Yazd). (Doctoral dissertation, Université de Neuchâtel). (The full text of this dissertation is available as a PDF document on the Library Network of Western Switzerland (RERO) website.)
Golombek, L., Mason, R. B. & Gauvin, A. B. (1996). Tamerlane's tableware: A new approach to the chinoiserie ceramics of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century Iran. Costa Mesa, California: Mazda Publishers.
Grube, E. J. & Bayani, M. (1994). Cobalt and lustre: The first centuries of Islamic pottery. London: Nour Foundation.
Lane, A. (1948). Early Islamic pottery: Mesopotamia, Egypt and Persia. New York: D. Van Nostrand Company.
Mason, R. B. (1995). Criteria for the petrographic characterization of stonepaste ceramics. Archaeometry, 37, 307-321.
Mason, R. B. (1995). New looks at old pots: Results of recent multidisciplinary studies of glazed ceramics from the islamic world. Muqarnas, 77-91.
Mason, R. B. (2004). Shine like the sun: Lustre-painted and associated pottery from the medieval Middle East. Costa Mesa, California: Mazda Publishers.
Mason, R. B. & Tite, M. S. (1994). The beginnings of Islamic stonepaste technology. Archaeometry, 36, 77-91.
Tite, M. S., Wolf, S. & Mason, R. B. (2011). The technological development of stonepaste ceramics from the Islamic Middle East. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38, 570-580.
Watson, O. (2006). Ceramics from Islamic lands. London: Thames & Hudson.
Wulff, H. E. (1966). Traditional crafts of Persia. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.