Adams Ceramics: Staffordshire Potters and Pots, 1779-1998by David A. Furniss, Judith Wagner, J. Richard Wagner
By studying primary source material, the authors have compiled the most authentic and readable record of the prolific Adams ceramic wares from England, including earthenware, bone china, jasper, stoneware, basalt, and Parian made over a 200 year period. Over 1250 color photographs illustrate the comprehensive text. Ceramics historians and collectors, archaeologists, antiques dealers, museum curators, and auctioneers everywhere will find this unique and complete study of the Adams potteries to be the essential reference.
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