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Abbreviations: pp. = pages. pl. = plates (images). Ex-libris = ex-library
PB = paperback. HB = hard back. b/w = black & white. col. = colour.
d/j = dust jacket. inc. = including. ed. = edition. fep. = front end papers.
rep. = rear end papers. sp. = spine. frontis = image page at front before pagination.

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Commemorative Pottery 1780-1900

John & Jennifer May

ISBN:   684 13403 9

An authoritative and useful book covering a wide range of commemorated events including royalty, military, political, railways etc. HB book with dj. 7.75” x 10”. 180 pp. inc. 250 b/w pl. 1972, Heinemann: London.
Excellent, near mint. d/j. is price clipped.

COMMP.1972.May.D

£ 20.00



The Rockingham Pottery

A. A. Eaglestone & T. A. Locket

ISBN:  0 7153 5993 2

Revised edition. A study of the Rockingham factory and its products. HB book with d/j. 144mm x 224mm. 159 pp. plus 16 pp. of b/w pl.
1984. David & Charles: Newton Abbot. Book & d/j. are very good. Light spotting on fep. and page fore edges.

ROCKP.1973.Eag.B

£ 15.00



Minton Pottery & Porcelain of the First Period

Geoffrey A. Godden

ISBN:  0 257 66717 2

1793-1850. Well illustrated in-depth study of the Minton Pottery. HB book, with d/j. 7.5” x 10”. xvi + 168 pp. plus 12 pp. of col. pl. plus 82 pp. of b/w pl. Barrie & Jenkins: London, (1978). Small ink smudge pp. 118-119. Minor edge wear on d/j.

MINTP.1978.God

£ 18.00



Master Potters of the Industrial Revolution

Bevis Hillier

ISBN:  

The Turners of Lane End. Important work on the history and products of the Turner family of potters, famous for felspathic stoneware and black basalt. HB with d/j. 7.5” x 9.75”. 96 pp. plus 4 col. pl. & 73 b/w pl. Cory, Adams & Mackay: London. 1st ed. (1965). Minor wear.

TURNR.1965.Hil.B

£ 20.00



An Illustr. Encyclop. of British Pottery and Porcelain

Geoffrey A. Godden

ISBN:  0 2142 0692 0

A useful overview of British ceramics, shows marked examples of a wide range of ceramics. xxvi + 390 pp. inc. 677 b/w pl. plus 16 col. pl. (1970). Barrie & Jenkins: London. Excellent condition in v. good d/j.

IEBPP.1970.God.D

£ 13.00


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The Sixth Wedgwood International Seminar

Wedgwood International Seminar

ISBN:  

“April 20-22, 1961, M. H. De Young Memorial Museum, San Francisco, California”. HB with original tissue paper d/j., 196 x 272mm (7.75” x 10.7”). 119 pp. inc. 68 b/w pl. plus 1 colour pl.
V. Good, bumped corners with slight damage.

WIS06.1961.WIS.B

£ 16.00


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Maling The Trade Mark of Excellence

Steven Moore & C. Moss

ISBN:  0 905974 56 5

The Maling pottery in Newcastle, northern England, produced a variety of wares from 1762 - 1963. Illustr. PB. 8.5” x 11”. 96 pp. inc. 150 b/w pl. & 33 col. pl.
3rd ed. 1997. T&WM: Sunderland. New condition.

MALIN.1997.Moo

£ 22.00


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