History of English Pottery by: Griselda Lewis
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Griselda Lewis provides a comprehensive overview of pottery in England from earliest times to the late twentieth century. She gives invaluable information on the distinguishing attributes of the many different styles of pottery manufacture, from slip ware to studio pottery as well as of the different factories from the well known, such as Wedgwood, to the lesser known. She also offers an overall perspective of the development of pottery styles and techniques over the centuries.
Chapters include:Slipware Stoneware Tin Enamelled Earthenware Salt-Glazed Stoneware Lead-Glazed Red Earthenware Wood Items Wedgwood Cream Coloured Earthenware Pearl Ware Stone China Spode early transfer printing 19th Century Transfer Printed wares Lutre decorated earthenware Pratt Ware Multi-coloured Transfer decorated pot lid & other ware White felspathic stoneware Stoneware jugs Peasant ware Enamel colored figures Victorian cottage pots and portrait figures Glazed wares and decorative Victorian Tiles.
Also chapters on artist potters, modern artist potters and factory made pottery.
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- Width: 8.75 inches
- Height: 11 inches
- Depth: 0 inch
- Weight: 5 pounds
- Hard Cover with dust jacket