Staffordshire Pottery: Majolica, Transfer Prints, Flow Blue, Fine Bone China from Cauldon, 1858-1962by Robert E. Cluett
Over 1150 beautiful color images and historical photographs display the dazzling variety of ceramic wares produced at the famous Cauldon Pottery Works of Staffordshire, England, by the venerable firm Brown-Westhead, Moore & Company. Over one hundred years of Staffordshire pottery production and changing decorative styles are displayed, including table and tea sets decorated in blue and white, flow blue, and multiple colored transfer prints; ornate majolica centerpieces, jardinieres, and garden seats; elegant fine bone china vases, utilitarian ewers, and basins; and decorative tiles. The definitive text provides a detailed history of Brown-Westhead, Moore & Company, descriptions of the wares and the artists who produced them, a detailed bibliography, numerous appendices, and an index. Current market values are found in the captions. This book will be an important reference for all concerned with Staffordshire pottery.
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