Dogs in English Porcelain of the 19th Century by: Dennis G. Rice
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This is the first book to be directed exclusively to dogs in porcelain produced in this country during the 19th century.
It identifies the individual breeds represented in this medium, which include:Greyhounds (both English and Italian) Pugs Poodles (both as game animals and as pets) Spaniels (particularly the King Charles variety) Setters Pointers Dalmatians Great Danes Mastiffs Salukis Terriers Wolf Dogs Pekingese and Dachshunds.
Most of the major porcelain factories of the period produced dogs, including:Rockingham Derby (at King Street as well as Nottingham Road) Chamberlain Worcester Grainger Lee Worcester Royal Worcester Minton Copeland & Garrett (and its successor Copeland) Davenport Samuel Alcock Charles Bourne Lloyd Shelton Madeley and Dudson Some examples came from unidentified factories of which little is known except that they were located somewhere in Staffordshire.
The range and diversity of the dogs illustrated in this book (mostly in colour) give the reader a unique insight into the charming way in which the real dogs of the 19th century came to be represented in English porcelain.
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- Width: 8.75 inches
- Height: 11 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 3.19 pounds