arrangement of items colored and blue transferware

July Feature Books

101 Ceramic Highlights101 Ceramic Highlights; The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery 

101 Ceramic Highlights profiles the ceramic collections at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, through 101 carefully selected entries. Introductory essays also explore how this unique and special collection has developed from its origins in the 19th century. Naturally, this attractive publication references the world’s largest collection of North Staffordshire pottery, but also features objects from all over the world, exploring more than 4000 years of international ceramic history.


Adams CeramicsAdams Ceramics: Staffordshire Potters and Pots, 1779-1998 by Furniss, Wagner and 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.