Painted in Blue Painted in Blue

Painted in Blue, by Lois Roberts. This is the first comprehensive survey of underglaze blue painted creamwares and pearlwares of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and is the product of 20 years of research, which has enabled the author to group pieces and make or suggest attributions. Each of the main factories is considered in detail. 170 pages and over 400 illustrations. Limp cover

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Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, by Robert Copeland is a lavishly illustrated, full colour, 186 page book. It displays the vast experience and knowledge the author has of the manufacturing processes of bone china and earthenware tableware, mainly as carried out in the Spode works; these were typical of the methods used throughout the pottery industry and should be of interest to all people involved with pottery and porcelain, whether as collectors, customers or dealers.

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Oriental Expressions Oriental Expressions

Oriental Expressions was issued to accompany the 6th Northern Ceramic Society Exhibition held at Stock-on-Trent in 1989. It is one of the seven catalogues included on the NCS cd but an original copy would be of interest to those without equipment to view the cd or those who merely prefer information in printed form.

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A Celebration of Yorkshire Pots A Celebration of Yorkshire Pots

A Celebration of Yorkshire Pots was published in 1997, the centenary year of the NCS, to illustrate the 8th Northern Ceramic Society Exhibition at Clifton Park Museum at Rotherham. It is not included on the NCS cd of Exhibition Catalogues. It has 190 pages containing 282 black and white and 51 colour illustrations of pots made in Yorkshire with accompanying text.

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ST. ANTHONY`S POTTERY - NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE: JOSEPH SEWELL`S BOOK OF DESIGNS ST. ANTHONY`S POTTERY – NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE: JOSEPH SEWELL`S BOOK OF DESIGNS

ST. ANTHONY’S POTTERY – NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE: JOSEPH SEWELL’S BOOK OF DESIGNS
This soft backed booklet contains 20 illustrations and all 150 engravings from the rediscovered Newcastle Shape Book of 1815. The introduction was written by Nick Dolan formerly of Tyne and Wear Museums and an essay by Harold Blakey & Stephen Moore. (48 pages – 10″ x 8″)

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Echoes and Reflections Echoes and Reflections

Echoes and Reflections brings together a selection of material from the first 34 issues of the Society’s newsletter that appeared between 1971 and 1979. They were printed on foolscap paper and with out photographs and are now quite scarce. Clarice and Harold Blakey compiled this interesting 78 page booklet and included many interesting articles which do not suffer from the lack of illustration

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Staffordshires Advertiser Pottery References in the Staffordshire Advertiser

This 133 page book was compiled for the NCS in 2000 by Rodney Hampson and was published as Occasional Publication No. 4. It contains an abstract of alphabetically listed references taken from those issues of the Staffordshire Advertiser printed between 1795-1865. We recommend this as an invaluable aid to those doing ceramic or genealogical research in the Potteries between those years.

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