- Book Title: Staffordshire Porcelain
- Author: Geoffrey Godden, editor
- ISBN: 0246114940
- Publisher: Granada Publishing
- Year Published: 1983
- Our Normal Price: £121.00 GBP ($151.25 USD)
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- Description: Granada Publishing 1983, first edition: brown cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to spine: approximately 25 x 5 x 31 cm tall: 593 pages: 730 black and white photographs: 24 pages of colour. Synopsis: A comprehensive history and scholarly guide to assessing, evaluating and appreciating Staffordshire porcelain compiled from contributions by a former Art Director of Minton's, Museum Curators and Directors, a former Editor of the Connoisseur, a Dealer in fine china, and dedicated collectors. Contents include the following: – Preface. Introduction. Chronology. 1, Social Conditions in General Styles by Reginald G Haggar.2, Porcelain Comes to the Potteries: the pre- 1760 period by Arnold R Mountford.3. The Baddeley- Littler Porcelains? c 1777 – c 1785 by Geoffrey Godden. 4. James Neal's Porcelains 7083 – 79 by Geoffrey Godden. 5. New Hall Porcelains (c 1781 – 1835) and Some Contemporary Manufacturers by David Holgate.6. The Turner Porcelains, c 1786 – c 1805 by David Holgate and Geoffrey Godden.7. Bone China, a general survey by Reginald G Haggar. 8. Spode Porcelains , c 1797 – 1833, and the Succeeding Firms by by Robert Copel.9. The Minton Porcelains, 1793 to the Present Day by Geoffrey Godden.10. The Davenport Porcelains, 1794 – 1887 by Terence A Lockett. 11. Miles Mason's Porcelains, c 1803 – 1813 and continued by his sons by Reginald G Haggart. 12. The Ridgeway Porcelains, 1808 – 1856 by Geoffrey Godden. 13. The Machin Porcelains, c 1809 – 1840 by Philip Miller. 14. Wedgwood Bone China of the First Period, 1812 – 1829 by John K des Fontaines. 15. The 'London' – shape Teawares by Philip Miller. 16. Charles Bourne, the Foley Potteries, Fenton, c 1870 – c 1830 by Geoffrey Godden. 17. The Hicks and Meigh Porcelains, c 1817 – 1835 by Geoffrey Godden. 18. The Hilditch Porcelains, c 1811 – 1867 by Philip Helm. 19. H and R Daniel of Stoke, c 1822 – 1846 by Geoffrey Godden. 20. John Yates and the Yates and May Porcelains c 1822 – 1843 by Geoffrey Godden.21. The Samuel Alcock Porcelains, C 1822 – 1859 by Dr Geoffrey and Mrs Alma Barnes. 22. Staffordshire Porcelain: the Main Developments after 1851 by Paul Atterbury. 23.Working and Living Conditions of the 19th-Century Porters in Staffordshire by Dr Francis Celoria. Appendix 1: The Staffordshire Potteries: the Separate Townships. Appendix 2: Checklist of Staffordshire Porcelain Manufacturers. Appendix 3: the Design Registration Systems. Appendix 4: Pattern Numbers as a Help to Identification. Appendix 5: Sources of Information – Bibliography. Appendix 6: A Problem Group of Porcelains. The Team of Special Contributors. Brief notes on: – The Gladstone Pottery Museum. The City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-On-Trent. The Northern Ceramic Society. The Godden Reference Collection. Acknowledgements and Index. Condition: Upper edge of dust jacket slightly rubbed: overall very clean and good. Please note: a large and very heavy book, shipping surcharge will apply.
- Condition: See Above
- Dustcover: Yes
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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