British Porcelain

GENERAL Investing in Pottery and Porcelain by H. MorleyFletcher ( Barrie &
Rockliff , London , 1968 ) . British Pottery and Porcelain for Pleasure and
Investment by H. Sandon ( J. Gifford , London , 1969 ) . SPECIALIST

Author: Geoffrey A. Godden

Publisher: Crown Pub


Category: Porcelain, British.

Page: 451

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Describes the history of forty nineteenth-century manufacturers as well as identifying typical collector's items

Eighteenth century English Porcelain in the Collection of the Indianapolis Museum of Art

The influence of English monument sculpture may account for the restrained
decoration and large expanses of unpainted porcelain , characteristics more
common on the firm's statues after 1770. Touches of gilding ornament the base
and ...

Author: Indianapolis Museum of Art

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780936260112

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 280

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"This very thorough catalogue, with excellent footnotes and bibliography, firmly places the subject in its broadest context." âe"Apollo Covers approximately 95 pieces, representing Chelsea, Bow, Derby, Worcester, Chamberlain-Worcester, Caughley, Longton Hall, Spode, and Hilditch and Sons.

Handbook to the Collection of British Pottery and Porcelain

In the Museum of Practical Geology Museum of Practical Geology (Great Britain)
... the southern or Jermyn - Street side of the Museum , contains a large collection
of specimens illustrating the history of the manufacture of British porcelain .

Author: Museum of Practical Geology (Great Britain)



Category: Glazing (Ceramics).

Page: 178

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Catalogue of Specimens Illustrative of the Composition and Manufacture of British Pottery and Porcelain

From the Occupation of Britain by the Romans to the Present Time Museum of
Practical Geology (Great Britain), Henry Thomas De La ... The number of pieces
exported , including those of British porcelain ( the value of which was 60,0001 . )

Author: Museum of Practical Geology (Great Britain)



Category: Porcelain, British

Page: 179

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Lead Poisoning in Potteries Tile Works and Porcelain Enameled Sanitary Ware Factories

American and British potteries , lead poisoning in , comparison as to frequency
and severity of cases of 53-56 American and foreign potteries , comparison of ...
76 Austrian , German , and British porcelain enameled sanitary ware factories .

Author: Alice Hamilton



Category: Glassworkers

Page: 95

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Staffordshire Porcelain

English Ceramics 1580-1830 ( Sotheby Parke Bernet , London , 1977 ) Church ,
A. H. , English Porcelain : A Handbook to china made in England during the 18th
Century ( Chapman & Hall , London , 1885 , rev . 1905 ) Collecting English ...

Author: Geoffrey A. Godden



Category: Porcelain, English

Page: 593

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A definitive account of the subject of Staffordshire porcelain.

The Art of Worcester Porcelain 1751 1788

Masterpieces from the British Museum Collection Aileen Dawson. London : most
of the loans were destroyed in a disastrous fire . However , a catalogue survives
and shows that there was a large group of Worcester porcelain collectors , from ...

Author: Aileen Dawson

Publisher: UPNE

ISBN: 9781584657521

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 248

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"This book showcases over 100 of the most important and attractive pieces of eighteenth-century Worcester porcelain in the collection of the British Museum. They date from the period 1751-83, from the factory's founding by Dr. John Wall to a few years after his death in 1776."--BOOK JACKET.

18th and 19th Century Porcelain Analysis

201–210 J. Cushion, M. Cushion, A Collector's History of British Porcelain (
Antique Collector's Club, Woodbridge, 1992) E.S. Dana, Textbook of Mineralogy:
An Extended Treatise on Crystallography and Physical Mineralogy, 4th edn,
revised ...

Author: Howell G. M. Edwards

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030421929

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 324

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This book addresses the contributions made by analytical chemistry to the characterisation of 18th and early 19th Century English and Welsh porcelains commencing with the earliest reports of Sir Arthur Church and of Herbert Eccles and Bernard Rackham using chemical digestion techniques and concluding with the most recent instrumental experiments, which together span more than a hundred years of study. From the earliest experiments which required necessarily the sacrifice of significant portions of each specimen, which may already have been damaged , to the latest experiments which needed only microsampling or the non-destructive interrogation of valuable perfect specimens a comprehensive survey is undertaken of more than twenty manufactories of quality porcelains. The correlation is made between the quantitative elemental oxide determinations of the scanning electron microscopic diffraction and Xray fluorescence data and the qualitative molecular spectroscopic Raman data to demonstrate their complementarity and use in the holistic forensic assessment of the origin of the fired procelains ; this will form the groundwork for the adoption of analytical techniques for the attribution of unknown or questionable procelains to their potential source factories . The book will also examine the perception of what constitutes a porcelain and its definitions and examines the assignment of porcelains to types which currently employs the definitions of hard paste , soft paste , hybrid , magnesian and bone china from the conclusions derived from the analytical data and a consideration of the raw materials employed in their manufacturing processes. During the discussion of this analytical evidence several themes and protocols have been established for its utilisation in the potential identification of porcelains and several case studies undertaken for this purpose are cited. The book will be of interest to analytical scientists , to museum ceramics curators and to ceramics historians.

Encyclopaedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks

Author: Geoffrey A. Godden

Publisher: Ebury Press

ISBN: 9780257657820

Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 765

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Oriental Export Market Porcelain and Its Influence on European Wares

eighteenth - and even nineteenth - century European potters would have been
content to produce traditional clay - coloured earthenwares rather than fine white
porcelain . Although previously the study of Oriental and British ceramics has ...

Author: Geoffrey A. Godden

Publisher: Granada


Category: China trade porcelain

Page: 384

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Catalogue of Late Yuan and Ming Ceramics in the British Museum

Author: British Museum

Publisher: Art Media Resources Limited


Category: Antiques & Collectibles

Page: 640

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The British Museum holds the worlds broadest collection of Ming ceramics. Nearly a thousand items are here illustrated, identified, dated and discussed, incorporating the most up-to-date archaeological discoveries and scientific research previously available only in Chinese or specialist journals. Five introductory essays provide an accessible framework. Each of the catalogues twenty chapters is then introduced with a brief summary of its defining characteristics. A wealth of additional information is clearly interpreted and presented in a series of appendices, tables and maps for ease of reference and research by collectors, students and scholars.

Porcelain Oriental Continental and British

The use of bone - ash , which has become quite a distinguishing feature of
English porcelain , began about 1750 , and various expedients , determined
largely by local circumstances , were employed in the provincial factories . Thus
the ...

Author: Robert Lockhart Hobson

Publisher: London, Archibald Constable


Category: Porcelain

Page: 245

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The object of the present book is to give in compact and inexpensive form all the facts which the collector really needs, besides as many practical hints as can be compressed in a general work of portable size. -- Preface.

Transactions of the British Ceramic Society Including the Pottery the Refractory Materials and the Building Materials Sections

In the case of porcelain , obvious complications are the effect of variations in the
composition of the glassy phase ( discussed by WIEDMANN13 ) , and the
properties of the intermediate composition between quartz and glassy phase .




Category: Ceramics


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Waterstone s Guide to Books

00 AYRES , JOHN Japanese Ceramics Vol 8 [ A2699 ] Routledge hbk . . . . .
GODDEN , GEOFFREY A . It will be obvious from the number of books listed here
by this author that he is an authority on British pottery and porcelain . English
China ...

Author: Waterstone & Co


ISBN: 9780951258989

Category: Books

Page: 1658

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English Porcelain 1745 1850

Shaw . ' Ll . Jewitt : The Ceramic Art of Great Britain ( London , 1878 ) . “ Jewitt . '
Chaffers : Marks and Monograms on Pottery and Porcelain . ' Chaffers . ' J. E.
Nightingale : Contributions towards the History of Early English Porcelain from ...

Author: Robert Jesse Charleston

Publisher: London : Ernest Benn ; Toronto : University of Toronto Press


Category: Porcelain, English

Page: 183

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Illustrated articles by specialists on sixteen factories or china producing areas. Includes list of porcelain museums in the U.S.A. and Great Britain.


CHARLES , BERNARD H . Pottery and Porcelain : A Dictionary of Terms . ...
Pottery and Porcelain , 1700 – 1914 : England , Europe , and North America . ...
GODDEN , GEOFFREY A . The Handbook of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks .

Author: Jerry E. Patterson



Category: Porcelain

Page: 132

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This volume studies the technical, social and stylistic development of porcelain from its beginnings under the T'ang dynasty in ancient China to its golden age in Europe and America.

18th century English Porcelain

FURTHER READING Many books have been written on the general subject of
18th - century English porcelain . Some of these are unreliable and others have
been out of print for years . In addition to the books on specific factories already ...

Author: National Museum of History and Technology



Category: Porcelain

Page: 95

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Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain 1788 1852

Other books by Geoffrey Godden : Victorian Porcelain Encyclopaedia of British
Pottery and Porcelain Marks The Handbook of British Pottery and Porcelain
Marks Minton Pottery and Porcelain of the First Period Caughley and Worcester ...

Author: Geoffrey A. Godden



Category: Porcelain, English

Page: 375

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English and American Ceramics of the 18th and 19th Centuries

SELECTED Ramsay , J . , American Potters and Pottery , Clinton , Mass . , 1939 .
BIBLIOGRAPHY Savage , G . , English Pottery and Porcelain , New York , 1961 .
Spargo , J . , The Potters and Potteries BOOKS of Bennington , Boston , 1926 .

Author: Toledo Museum of Art



Category: Pottery, American

Page: 53

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British War Production 1939 1945

years , besides supplying hundreds of millions of cups , saucers , and other
crockery to the armed forces , British Restaurants , and factory canteens , the
British ...

Author: Times



Category: Great Britain

Page: 239

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