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Newsletter 85 - Mar 1992

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Page Content Contributor
1 Editorial
3 A Ridgway Plate in the Fitzwilliam Museum Julia Poole
4 Potteries Jotteries Rodney Hampson
5 Two Maids a Milking Diana Darlington
6 White dot enamelled borders on Caughley Dr John S W Brierley
9 Caughley bucket shaped tea and coffee wares Sprigged Jugs and Pad marks Peter Jones
11 More Sherds from the Dudson factory Site Norma Wright
15 Andrew Duche - and other Savannah Potters Rodney Hampson
16 Minton - an unusual combination Dr D M Beaton
17 Bowers Commemorative Jugs Elizabeth Kirby
18 Alcock's Moulded Jugs, an update Dick Henrywood
20 Fisherman and Rod underglaze blue pattern Trevor Markin
21 Black Ey'd Susan Lionel Burman
22 A Liverpool Jigsaw Peter F Jones
23 Help Given, Help Wanted
27 Wetheriggs Pottery Rodney Hampson
29 Gilded Border Patterns Margaret Ironside
29 Pottery Gazette & Glass Trades Review Victoria Bergesen
31 Turner-type Stonewares and James Mist Harold Blakey
34 Another Carisbrooke Castle type jug John Howell
35 J Dixon - Copper Plate Engraver Norman Stretton
36 Books
40 Diary
43 Annual General Meeting Agenda
44 Publications