The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged.
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E. Myra Brown; Terence A. Lockett Made in Liverpool: Liverpool Pottery and Porcelain 1700-1850. ISBN 13: 9780906367636. Made in Liverpool: Liverpool Pottery and Porcelain 1700-1850. E. Lockett.
Items related to Made in Liverpool: Liverpool Pottery and Porcelain. Bibliographic Details. Title: Made in Liverpool: Liverpool Pottery and. Publisher: National Museums & Galleries. ISBN 10: 0906367638, ISBN 13: 9780906367636. Publication Date: 1993.
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Liverpool porcelain is mostly of the soft-paste porcelain type and was produced between about 1754 and .
Liverpool porcelain is mostly of the soft-paste porcelain type and was produced between about 1754 and 1804 in various factories in Liverpool. Tin-glazed English delftware had been produced in Liverpool from at least 1710 at numerous potteries, but some then switched to making porcelain. A portion of the output was exported, mainly to North America and the Caribbean. The factories produced a great variety of wares and some figures. Brown, E. Myra and Lockett, Terence A. (ed., Made in Liverpool: Liverpool Pottery and Porcelain, 1700-1850, 1993, National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside, ISBN 0906367638, 9780906367636.
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Liverpool Pottery & Porcelain 1700-1850 an exhibition catalogue. Probably less than 50% of all Antique English Porcelain and pottery from the 18th and 19th centuries has a factory mark. Liverpool Porcelain by Dr Bernard Watney. The Liverpool Porcelain of William Reid by Maurice Hillis and Roderick Jellicoe. Lowestoft (1757-1799). You have to learn to look for other signs. The key indicators to look for in identifying a piece of antique English porcelain include the type of paste, the shape, the glaze, the colours used (either under or over glaze), the mouldings, the handle and the finial forms.
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Exhibited at the 'Made in Liverpool' Liverpool pottery & porcelain 1700-1850' Exhibition of The Northern Ceramic Society at the Walker Art Gallery 1993, exhibit number 240, page 143 of the Exhibition catalogue. Recommended features. Basquiat work from 1982 leads the Frieze Week sales in London. Strong prices for Basquiat, Richter and Polke as Frieze Week Evening auctions total £112,090,375. Virtual Tour: Autumn Auctions Hong Kong 2019.