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William Littler, an English earth potter, 1724-1784 1 edition

William Littler, an English earth potter, 1724-1784
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William Littler, an English earth potter, 1724-1784
proceedings, September 24-26, 1998.

Published 1999 by Delhom Service League and Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, N.C .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

Early developments in the 18th-century Staffordshire pottery industry -- David Barker
William Littler: the early years -- Miranda Goodby
Excavations at Longton Hall - the archaeology of an 18th century porcelain factory -- David Barker
Defining Trembly Rose: enamel decoration at Longton Hall and West Pans -- Megan-Anne Malowney
The cult of the English earth potter: the creation of Littler's Britannia -- Margaret Zimmermann
Archaeological evidence for porcelain production at West Pans with particular reference to moulded wares -- Dr. Minnie Holdaway
Littler's Scottish manufactory - the wares, the market and the problems -- Dr. Minnie Holdaway
William Littler: the later years, 1777-1784 -- Miranda Goodby
Checklist of the exhibition --
Seminar speakers.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.
Proceedings of a seminar and exhibition held at the Museum in September, 1998.

Congresses., Exhibitions.


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NK4210.L384 M56 1998

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