arrangement of items colored and blue transferware

September Feature Books

RathboneRathbone, China and Earthenware Manufacturers, Tunstall, Staffordshire  1808 to 1843, by Ian Harvey

This second edition is A4 in size, hard back with dust jacket, 237 pages and some 900 high quality images.  It commences with the history of the Rathbone brothers and their potteries in Staffordshire and Portobello in Scotland and records all the Staffordshire partnerships with descriptions of the pottery that they built and extended. More info.


Swansea's Cambrian Pottery Public & Private Commemorative Printed WaresSwansea's Cambrian Pottery Public & Private Commemorative Printed Wares by Arleen and Grahame Tanner

This is the first book to deal solely with the public and private commemorative pieces from the Swansea Cambrian Pottery. It shows also how these pieces relate to other known Swansea patterns and borders. Published in 2013, the book has 29 pages and features 99 colour illustrations. It measures 8 1/2 by 11 inches. More info.