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by Herbert Schiffer,Peter Schiffer,Nancy Schiffer

eBook China for America: Export Porcelain of the 18th and 19th Centuries download ISBN: 0916838234
Author: Herbert Schiffer,Peter Schiffer,Nancy Schiffer
Publisher: Schiffer Pub Ltd; y First edition edition (January 7, 1997)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1473 kb
Fb2: 1698 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Antiques and Collectibles

Enthusiasts of Chinese porcelain and American commercial history alike welcomes this study of the porcelain dishes made in China for Americans in the 18th and . has been added to your Cart.

Enthusiasts of Chinese porcelain and American commercial history alike welcomes this study of the porcelain dishes made in China for Americans in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Herbert, Peter, and Nancy Schiffer. Enthusiasts of Chinese porcelain and American commercial history alike welcomes this study of the porcelain dishes made in China for Americans in the 18th and 19th centuries. The tea, yardgoods, and opium trade set the scene for commerce that brought this porcelain to the United States. Prominent families from Maine to South Carolina and West to Mississippi and California are represented with family crests, initials, names, or original design decorations.

Enthusiasts of Chinese porcelain and American commercial history alike welcomes this study of the porcelain dishes made in China for Americans in the 18th and 19th . Published January 7th 1997 by Schiffer Publishing. Prominent families from Maine to South Carolina and West to Mississippi and California Enthusiasts of Chinese porcelain and American commercial history alike welcomes this study of the porcelain dishes made in China for Americans in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Herbert F. Schiffer, Peter Berwind Schiffer, Nancy Schiffer. Porcelain dishes made in China for 18th- and 19th- century American families from Maine to South Carolina and west to Mississippi and California are presented with family crests, initials, names, an. More). The mirror book : English, American & European. Mirrors dating from Egypt's New Kingdom, circa 1300 . through the Art Nouveau movement at the beginning of the twentieth century . are arranged in chronological groups to demonstrate th.

Porcelain dishes made in China for 18th- and 19th- century American families from Maine to South Carolina and west to Mississippi and California are presented with family crests, initials, names, and original decorations. ISBN13:9780916838232. Release Date:January 1997.

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Enthusiasts of Chinese porcelain and American commercial history alike welcomes this study of the porcelain dishes made in China for Americans in the 18th and 19th centuries. The tea, yardgoods, and opium trade set the scene for commerce that brought this porcelain to the United States. Prominent families from Maine to South Carolina and West to Mississippi and California are represented with family crests, initials, names, or original design decorations. The original owners include George and Martha Washington, John and Abigale Adams, Thomas Jefferson, John Jay, DeWitt Clinton, Elias Hasket Derby, among the well known of the time, and many less famous owners of beautiful services. The decorations are divided into styles with armorial crests, monograms, eagles, marine scenes, Masonic emblems, portraits, floral decorations and include the mass-produced patterns: Canton, Fitzhugh, Rose Medallion, butterfly and variations. Fifteen styles of American eagle and four styles of Order of the Cincinnati decoration are illustrated. Students of American history, antiques, and Chinese ceramics will all find the material fascinating.
Comments: (4)
Nuadazius
A very interesting book
Samowar
The book was well written and illulstrated. I was interested in dating china by transition in design of covers and handles. The book illustrated the very best in export porcelain. I would have liked more discussion of how a quality peice is differentiated from an inferior piece. Tobacco leaf commkands a premium in the market but I do not find it that attractive. I wouod also like to see more information on border types and figures on the china throughout the period.
Modar
Great book!
Mot
As expected