4 edition of English porcelain, 1745-95 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Victoria and Albert Museum studies in the history of art and design|
|LC Classifications||NK4485 .Y68 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||99495157|
Plantilla:Quote box A chinaman is a dealer in porcelain and chinaware, especially in 18th-century London, where this was a recognised trade; a "toyman" dealt additionally in fashionable trifles, such as snuffboxes. Chinamen bought large quantities of china imported by the East India Company, who held auctions twice a year in London. The traders then distributed chinaware throughout England. England, – Jon Stobart and Alastair Owens, eds., Urban fortunes: property and inheritance in the town, – Hilary Young, English porcelain, – its makers, design, marketing and consumption Joan Lane, A social history of medicine: health, healing and disease in England, – Irene Maver, Glasgow David Brooke, ed.
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Get this from a library! English porcelain, [R J Charleston] -- Illustrated articles by specialists on sixteen factories or china producing areas. Includes list of porcelain . Young, H, , English Porcelain , Its Makers, Design, Marketing and Consumption, V&A Publications. Legal This monument is scheduled under the Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Areas Act as amended as it appears to the Secretary of State to be of national importance.
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Books: Hilary Young, English porcelain, Identifying the common circumstances behind the 18th-century ceramics industryAuthor: Emma Crichton-Miller.
pp., numerous colour and 1745-95 book illus. £50 cloth. ISBN 1 : Matthew Craske. Buy English Porcelain, its Makers, Design, Marketing and Consumption (Victoria and Albert Museum Studies in the History of Art and Design) 01 by Young, Hilary (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hilary Young. English Pottery and Porcelain: Commemorative Catalogue of an Exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum, May 5-J London: Routledge and K. Paul, Fisher, Stanley W. British Pottery and Porcelain. Peter Bradshaw: 18th Century English Porcelain Figures, Hugo Morley-Fletcher: Investing in Pottery and Porcelain Henry Sandon: Royal Worcester Porcelain, to the present day, signed by the author Geoffrey Godden: Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain Janet Gleeson: The Arcanum, the story of the invention of European Porcelain.
Hilary Young, English porcelain, – its makers, design, marketing and consumption. Joan Lane, A social history of medicine: health, healing and disease in England, – Irene Maver, Glasgow.
David Brooke, ed., The diary of William Mackenzie: the first international railway contractor. His publications include English Porcelain, – 95 (), Elegant Eating () and Masterpieces of World Ceramics ().
At the heart of the book is an investigation into the objects. Books: Hilary Young, English porcelain, Archive. Books Books: Hilary Young, English porcelain, Identifying the common circumstances behind the 18th-century ceramics industry.
English Porcelain, –95, Its makers, design, marketing and Consumption, Hilary Young (V&A Publications, London, ) Cookworthy, –80 and his circle, A. Douglas Selleck (Baron Jay, Plymouth, ) Cookworthy’s Plymouth & Bristol porcelain, F.
Severne MacKenna (F. Lewis Publishers, Leigh-on-Sea, ). VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM, DEPARTMENT OF CERAMICS: CATALOGUE OF THE HERBERT ALLEN COLLECTION OF ENGLISH PORCELAIN. by Bernard Rackham and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at They are unrivalled in their range, diversity and global reach.
Featuring masterpieces, this beautiful book traces developments in world ceramics from ancient times to the present. and Hilary Young is the author of English Porcelain (V&A ).
Subjects; Victoria and Albert Museum. Ceramics and Glass Department - Catalogs. Books - good reference collection of books on 18th century English porcelain to include The Watney Collection catalogues and other reference books CONDITION REPORT Lot consists of: 12 editions (various parts and volumes of English Ceramic Circle Creamware and Pearlware re-examed Bow Porcelain The Watney Collection, Part I, II and III The William Gurling Collection The Pinewood.
Porcelain (/ ˈ p ɔːr s əl ɪ n /) is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including a material like kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1, and 1, °C (2, and 2, °F).
The toughness, strength, and translucence of porcelain, relative to other types of pottery, arises mainly from vitrification and the formation of the mineral mullite within the body at. English Porcelain (Victoria and Albert Museum Studies in the History of Art and Design) English Pottery (Fitzwilliam Museum Handbooks) English Pottery English Pottery and Porcelain Marks: Including Scottish and Irish Marks (Pocket Library S.) English Transferware: Popular 20th Century Patterns.
A Guide to the English Pottery and Porcelain. London: Oxford University Press, Burton, William. A History and Description of English Earthenware and Stoneware. London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., _____.
A History and Description of English Porcelain. (Reprint of ed.) New York: British Book. English Porcelain, London: Victoria and Albert Museum, p., ill. ISBN Labels and date. British Galleries: SCENT FLASK AND CASKET Charles Gouyn, whose factory made these pieces, was a jeweller.
His factory was the first in England to make porcelain scent bottles, bodkin cases and similar items. Hilary Young, English Porcelain, – Its Makers, Design, Marketing and Consumption (London: V&A Publications, ); Julie Emerson, The bill is reproduced as Appendix 7 of Hood’s book Bonnin and Morris, and appears in this volume on page The original resides in the Cadwalader Collection, Historical Society of Pennsylvania.
Hilary Young, English Porcelain – Its Makers, Design, Marketing and Consumption, Victoria and Albert Museum Studies in the History of Art and Design (London: Victoria and Albert Museum, ), p.
.Three stunning Keith Murray examples. Designed by Keith Murray in the s and s for Wedgewood. Large scale in size Tallest vase " $2, Ovoid vase " $1, "Football.Derby Porcelain factory (manufacturer) Materials and Techniques. Glassy soft-paste porcelain, with naturalistic handle cast from a crayfish, painted in enamels.
Dimensions. Length: cm. Object history note. Made at the Derby porcelain factory. Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no) Young, Hilary. English Porcelain,