A Connoisseur's Guide to Antique Pottery and Porcelain
These beautifully illustrated surveys of the most coveted antiques and collectibles introduce the beginner to the lavish world of antique treasures and are comprehensive enough to afford valuable information to the experienced connoisseur as well.
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American antiques Art Deco Art Nouveau art pottery artists blue and white blue-and-white porcelain bone china bowl Britain British century B.C. ceramics Charlotte Rhead charm cheap Clarice Cliff classic clay Copeland decoration delft designs dish display dynasty early earthenware eighteenth century enamel colours England English especially Etruscan Europe European famous figure groups figures and figure furniture geometric Germany hard-paste porcelain Imari imitated important innovation ironstone Italian Japanese jardinieres Kakiemon kiln known lead glaze Linthorpe lustre maiolica manufacturers Meissen Minton models motifs nineteenth century painting Parian pattern period pieces plate popular porcelain factories porcelain figures PORCELAIN Opposite PORCELAIN POTTERY PORCELAIN Right POTTERY & PORCELAIN pottery and porcelain produced RONALD PEARSALL Royal Doulton scenes Sevres shapes soft paste sometimes Spode Staffordshire potters stoneware studio pottery style Susie Cooper tableware taste teapot techniques teenth century tiles tin-glazed tureen unmarked Victorian Wedgwood Worcester