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by Geoffrey A. Godden

eBook Staffordshire Porcelain download ISBN: 0246114940
Author: Geoffrey A. Godden
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; First Edition edition (September 22, 1983)
Language: English
Pages: 616
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Typically for Staffordshire, the various businesses, initially set up as partnerships, changed . Godden, Geoffrey A. Ridgway Porcelains. The Illustrated Guide to Ridgway Porcelains. Barrie & Jenkins, 1972.

Typically for Staffordshire, the various businesses, initially set up as partnerships, changed their official names rather frequently, and often used different trading names, so there are a variety of names that can be found. The various Ridgway companies made a huge range of wares, carefully following market demand. They can generally be described as serving the middle and upper parts of the market, avoiding the cheapest popular wares.

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Nicely laid out book with lots of information on English Porcelain, great photos and contains a comprehensive . Godden does his usual thorough job with all the major factories briefly covered right up into the twentieth century

Nicely laid out book with lots of information on English Porcelain, great photos and contains a comprehensive reference list for further reading. Godden does his usual thorough job with all the major factories briefly covered right up into the twentieth century. It is enjoyable to see eight pages of illustrations devoted to the short lived factory of Pinxton. There is not much colour in the book and I would have been most bitter about this aspect in the coverage of Swansea and Nantgarw.

FIVE BOOKS on POTTERY, PORCELAIN & CHINA. Dictionary of Marks - Pottery ansd Porcelain. Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. Earthenware; Stoneware; pottery and Porcelain between 1750 and 1900.

Staffordshire porcelain is essentially all the above. The list of porcelain potteries from the Staffordshire region includes many well recognized names in the world of vintage porcelain collectibles

Staffordshire porcelain is essentially all the above. There is a noted porcelain company named Crown Staffordshire, and Staffordshire is a region that was, (and still is), home to many English porcelain makers. It is also a type of porcelain which was known as salt-glazed, or creamware porcelain, but these aren’t the only types produced there. The list of porcelain potteries from the Staffordshire region includes many well recognized names in the world of vintage porcelain collectibles. The one company that retains the Staffordshire name is Crown Staffordshire Porcelain, which started as the Thomas Greene China Co. in 1833.

British porcelain an illustrated guide - geoffrey a godden - reference book. ORIENTAL EXPORT MARKET PORCELAIN by Geoffrey A. Godden 1979 fine hardcover in dj. Customs services and international tracking provided. In This House of Brede by Rumer Godden St. Benedict's Rule For Monasteries Nuns.

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More by Geoffrey A. Godden. Ridgway Porcelains (Illustrated Guides to Pottery & Porcelain). Eighteenth Century English Porcelain. The Concise Guide to British pottery and Porcelain. British Porcelain; An Illustrated Guide. Caughley & Worcester Porcelains, 1775-1800. Godden's Guide to English Blue & White Porcelain. Godden's Guide to European Porcelain.

Thirteen contributors provide a definitive account of Staffordshire porcelain, covering the history of porcelain manufacture in the county, ceramics design, main factories, including Baddeley-Littler porcelains, Neale, Turner, Machin, Hicks & Meigh, Hilditch, Wedgwood, Spode, Minton, Mason, Ridgway et al. Also describes working conditions for workers in the Staffordshire potteries in the 19th century. Illustrated with over 730 b&w photographs & 24 pages of colour plates. Hardback book