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Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Copeland, Robert

Lavishly illustrated, full colour, 186 page book. It displays the vast experience and knowledge the author has of the manufacturing processes of bone china and earthenware tableware, mainly as carried out in the Spode works; these were typical of the methods used throughout the pottery industry and should be of interest to all people involved with pottery and porcelain, whether as collectors, customers or dealers.

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