Arts / Art- History / European Creamware by Jana Kybalova Jana Kybalova Hamlyn 1989: first  English language edition: black cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to front and spine: decorative dust jacket: approximately 8.25 x 11.25 inches  tall: 236 pages plus index: photographic illustrations in black and white and colour  including some full page. Synopsis: A comprehensive , detailed  and copiously illustrated book featuring Creamware, the refined glazed ceramic  often cream-coloured  that developed from faience from the  middle of the 18th century, largely in England under the expertise of Josiah Wedgwood, Enoch Booth and  Thomas Wealden, and subsequently up to the early years of the 19th century in Europe. Contents:  Foreword. Historical background. The techniques and origins of Creamware. Creamware in England.  France.  The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland. Cream were in central Europe.Italy and Spain. Poland, Scandinavia, Russia. Glossary. List of Outstanding European Cream Wear Collections. Creamware marks. Bibliography. List of the illustrations. Index. Condition Price corner removed: overall very clean and good. Please note a heavy book shipping surcharge will apply used books
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  • Book Title: European Creamware
  • Author: Jana Kybalova
  • ISBN: 0600562972
  • Publisher: Hamlyn
  • Year Published: 1989
  • Our Normal Price: £31.90 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Hamlyn 1989: first English language edition: black cloth hardcover with gilt lettering to front and spine: decorative dust jacket: approximately 8.25 x 11.25 inches tall: 236 pages plus index: photographic illustrations in black and white and colour including some full page. Synopsis: A comprehensive , detailed and copiously illustrated book featuring Creamware, the refined glazed ceramic often cream-coloured that developed from faience from the middle of the 18th century, largely in England under the expertise of Josiah Wedgwood, Enoch Booth and Thomas Wealden, and subsequently up to the early years of the 19th century in Europe. Contents: Foreword. Historical background. The techniques and origins of Creamware. Creamware in England. France. The Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and Switzerland. Cream were in central Europe.Italy and Spain. Poland, Scandinavia, Russia. Glossary. List of Outstanding European Cream Wear Collections. Creamware marks. Bibliography. List of the illustrations. Index. Condition Price corner removed: overall very clean and good. Please note a heavy book shipping surcharge will apply
  • Condition: See Above
  • Dustcover: Yes
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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