Delftware: the tin-glazed earthenware of the British Isles : a catalogue of the collection in the Victoria and Albert Museum
The Stationery Office in association with the Victoria and Albert Museum, 1997 - Antiques & Collectibles - 642 pages
A catalog of one of the largest collections of delftware in the world, containing authoritative essays putting the earthenware pieces in an historical context.
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The social history of delftware
The manufacture of delftware and its distribution
Influences on the shape and decoration of English delftware
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Abigail Griffith Ashmolean Museum blue and manganese-purple Bluish white Body border bowl Brislington Bristol Museum Buff Chinese figure Chinoiserie clean of glaze Collection Colonial Williamsburg corners of front crazed dated Delft Discussion dish eighteenth century English Delftware excavated executors Fitzwilliam Museum flange floral foot-rim Form fragments Garner in Lambeth geometric decoration Given by Lady green Greyish white Home Tiles inscribed L L Lipski Lady Charlotte Schreiber Lambeth High Street Literature London Lambeth High London probably Lambeth maiolica manganese manganese-purple medium-grained Mellor Bequest motifs Museum of Practical Norfolk House oriental landscape Painted colours Painted in blue Pickleherring pin-holes near corners porcelain Practical Geology Printed in black Probably London Professor F H Garner Provenance Purchased R J Charleston Rackham Ray Liverpool Tiles Ray Tiles Redcliff Back Richard Frank Rijksmuseum Rotherhithe sgraffito Shape similar Sotheby's Southwark tin-glaze trees Upper surface vase Wincanton yellow