Nineteenth-century pottery and porcelain in Canada

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McGill University Press, 1967 - Antiques & Collectibles - 441 pages

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Contents

From Montreal to Upper Canada llllall1
13
By Red River Cart and York Boat
31
HOW POTTERY AND PORCELAIN WERE SOLD
61
Anybodys Business
63
A Wedgwood in Montreal and Other Unexpected Links
77
Canadian China Dealers Marks on Imported Wares
89
THE EARTHENWARES
101
The Wedgwood Tradition in Canada
103
Bartlett for the Table
209
Other Canadian Views and Emblems
219
Nautical Crockery
231
Davenport and Canada
239
CANADIANS COMPETE
247
The Range of Canadian Potting
249
The Farrars
269
The St Johns Stone Chinaware Company
281

From Willow to Flowing Blue
113
Stone Ironstone and Granite
125
Brownware to Portneuf
137
On Mantel Table and Wall
149
THE PORCELAINS
161
British Porcelain in the Canadian Market
163
Parian Ware
177
Poroelains Other than British
189
PRINTED EARTHENWARE WITH CANADIAN VIEWS AND EMBLEMS
199
His Canadian Views and Montreal Agent
201
Some Other Potteries in St Johns and Its Vicinity
291
Canadian Potters through the Century
301
China Decorating in Canada
311
Appendix A Concerning Marks
323
Appendix B A Check List of NineteenthCentury Canadian Potters
329
Illustrations
351
Notes
407
Index
431
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