Catalogue of specimens in the Museum of Practical Geology: illustrative of the composition and manufacture of British pottery and porcelain, from the occupation of Britain by the Romans to the present time
G. E. Eyre and W. Spottiswoode, 1871 - Antiques & Collectibles - 269 pages
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Alumina Bagshot Beds blue ground brown Burslem cent centre painted Chaffers Chelsea china Chinese clay Coalport coated Coll coloured ware compartments Cookworthy cream cream-coloured ware crown Crown-Derby mark Cup and Saucer deep blue delft delft ware Derby Dish Earl Fitzwilliam earthenware embossed employed enamel Enoch Wood felspar festoons figures floral fluted border Found at Castor Fragment gilt edged greatest diameter green handles Height impressed mark inches diameter inches high inscribed iron jasper ware Josiah Wedgwood kaolin kiln lustre Majolica manufacture Marked in blue marked in red marked with anchor medallions mented Messrs Minton Nantgarw orna Oval oxide painted and gilt painted in blue painted with flowers pattern piece Pinxton Plate Plymouth porcelain porcelain Presented Protoxide Roman scroll scroll-work sesquioxide silicate similar to last specimens stamped Swansea Tea-pot and Cover Tile top shelf transfer-printing Two-handled Unmarked Vase Wedgwood white glazed white ware Worcester yellow