Coalport 1795-1926: An Introduction to the History and Porcelains of John Rose and Company
This comprehensive survey and illustrated guide to Coalport porcelains integates the history of the firm over 130 years with discussion of the many wares produced during the period, and examines the close relationship between these two elements. It thus provides a balance between the different periods. New patterns are illustrated, including a range of later-numbered patterns, as are profiles of wares, a feature which should make the shapes of pieces more apparent.
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