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Sharing a passion for antique British transferware

from 1760 to 1900

TCC welcomes everyone who shares our love for the beauty and technical proficiency of British transferware including Blue and White, Staffordshire Pottery, Pearlware, Romantic and more... Join us and receive access to our benefits!

News & Features

Auction Watch
Rhode Island Collection of Lafayette Historical Blue

September 30th & October 1st, 2021

Historical blue Staffordshire Landing of Lafayette tureens, pitchers, mugs, toddy plates, teapots, platters, plates, pepperpots, waste bowls, chamber pots, master salts, well and tree platter, and more from a collection out of Rhode Island. Join us as over 70 lots of this pattern cross the auction block at Pook & Pook in the Americana & International Auction on September 30th & October 1st, 2021.

Lecture Series Video
Overglaze Printing on English Pottery 1750-1800

Enjoy this lecture by Robin Emmerson, as he discusses overglaze printing, the first printing on pottery. He traces the spread of the pottery printer’s skill from John Brooks and Henry Delamain at Battersea to Liverpool, Derby, Staffordshire and Newcastle-on-Tyne. Watch this video.

Feature Books
Feature Books

Swansea's Cambrian Pottery Transferware by Tanner, Arleen and Grahame


Swansea's Cambrian Pottery Transferware II Patterns and Borders by Tanner, Arleen and Grahame

Photo of the Month
New Hampshire Collection photo

From a New Hampshire Collection, viewed during the TCC 2010 Annual Meeting.

Tile of the Month
MAW Co Skating tile

This 6 x 6 inch tile, pattern #18799 in the TCC Database, is quite appealing, with the boy and girl skating together while they gaze at each other. The tile back has raised letters for Maw & Co., Broseley Salop with the center having Floreat MAW Salopia.

Puzzle of the Month
monopteros puzzle

"Monopteros” pattern platter made by T. & J. Bevington & Co., Swansea, Wales. The pottery was in business from 1817 to 1824. This is Pattern # 1011 in the TCC Database of Patterns and Sources.

Pattern of the Month
shells and flowers tea pot

Shown is a circa 1825 teapot printed with Shells and Flowers. It is pattern #7580 in the TCC database. There are lots of patterns with shells in the TCC database.

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