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News & Features

Auction Watch
Christmas Curated Ceramics at Bishton Hall

Hansons Auctioneers are proud to announce the ‘Christmas Curated Ceramics’ at Bishton Hall on the 9th of December. Catalogue will be online from the 27th of November. 

Recorder News
Issue 27, November 2020

Once again the Recorder News offers a bumper issue, double the normal size. It has a magnificent cheese cradle, a good selection of other new discoveries, a couple of new images, a matching source print, footnotes and oddments from previous issues, and a location query. They have also put together a wants list of images needed for future volumes of The Transferware Recorder.

Tile of the Month
Kurt Minton Aesthetic Floral tile

Tile, 6 x 6 inches. The back of the tile has the impressed Mintons China Works marks, and the printed pattern “No 2227”.  It has a descriptive TCC Assigned Name for ease in searching. See pattern #19218 in the database for more information.

Feature Books
November Feature Books

SUCCESS TO AMERICA: CREAMWARE FOR THE AMERICAN MARKET, Teitelman, S. Robert, Halfpenny, Patricia A., and Fuchs II, Ronald W. with essays by Wendell D. Garrett and Robin Emmerson.



Annual Meeting Video
A Transferware Journey in India

Lectures from 2019 and 2020 Annual Meetings now available for members.

A Transferware Journey in India was presented by TCC president Scott Hanson and TCC vice-president Michael Sack during the TCC 2020 Annual Meeting. The presentation shows historic source prints and transferware pieces depicting sites and monuments in India and current photos of the same sites and monuments.

Pattern of the Month
“Fancy” #02

Shown is a 10.5 inch plate made by John & William Ridgway (1813-1830).  The pattern name is “Fancy” and the pattern number is “1289.”  For more information, this is pattern #7996 in the TCC Database.

Photo of the Month
Spode foot bath

Remembering Robert Copeland (Spode Factory), for no particular reason other than we miss him! Robert travelled to and spoke at our 2001 Annual Meeting in Monterey, CA, just weeks after 9/11, and was immeasurably helpful with our 2003 Annual meeting in Stoke-on-Trent, England. 

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