arrangement of items colored and blue transferware

The TCC Bulletin

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Current Bulletin

2023 XXIV No. 2

Identification and Attribution of the Greek Myth Series

Blue Transferwares and Places We Have Lived

Two Unpublished American-Themed Patterns by Enoch Wood & Sons

Pink Lustre and the Green Splash

Book Review: Adams, Britain’s Oldest Potting Dynasty by Philip Nanney Williams

Russia and an Invasion

The Polar Bear on Transferware

Mugs for Hard Cider

Badge Ware 

Crowden & Garrod: An Unusual Transferware Advertising Plaque

Review of Transferware Recorders #05 and #06

The Norma Virium – Transferware That Never Was

Interview with TCC Members: Ed Rigoulot and Ted Brockey

Recent Bulletins

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2023 XXIV No. 1

The Porcelains of Thomas Wolfe at Stoke upon Trent

Neptune Pattern

Another Welsh Commemorative but not Cambrian Pottery, Swansea

A Commemorative Plate with Ottoman Sultan Abdulaziz

Transferware: The Greatest Hits

The Case Of The Domed Bowl Heather

Did Sir John Franklin Eat From These Plates? 
Transferware and Other Ceramics Recovered from the Wreck of H.M.S. Erebus 

Some Bat Printed Landscapes 

Shorthose, The Death of Nelson Collection

A Missed Opportunity

Interview with TCC Member: Jewell Lorenz Dunn

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2022 XXIII No. 2

Remembering Connie Rogers

Yes – Transfer-printed Tiles are in the Database

Our Love of the Royals and Other Dignitaries on Pottery

Rathbone Earthenware and the “Pekin” Pattern

Utilization Testing of a TCC Logo Mug in a
Standard Household Microwave Oven

Bathed in Color: Aesthetic Wash Sets with Applied Decoration

Pountneys, Bristol: A Case Study of Transfer
 Printed Earthenware in India

Have You Seen These Workers’ Marks on John Meir Pieces?

Treaty of Amiens

Interview with TCC Members: Margaret and Mel Blachford

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2022 XXIII No. 1

Thomas the Rhymer Teapot - A Favorite Piece

Following On From Two Previous Articles

An Aesthetic Mystery

“Northampton Mass” by Enoch Wood & Sons: 
A Design Source Discovery

Ralph Wedgwood for the American Market

Swansea Pottery Double-boxed Tea Caddies

Transfer Scenes with Spatterware or Spongeware Edging

Interview with TCC Member: Susan Ferguson

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2021 XXII No. 3

A “Chinese Temple” and Other Objects

The Origins and Evolution of Aesthetic Transferware, c. 1860-1900

Transferware Around the World: Vietnam

What the Reverse Reveals

One Man’s Quest to Discover His Patterson Pottery Roots

My Forbears (by Marriage) Were Crate Makers

Interview with TCC Members: Judie Siddall and David Hoexter