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2021 Vol. XXII No. 1 cover

Current Bulletin

2021 Vol. XXII No. 1

Enoch Wood’s Interchanging Borders And Multi Color Rural Scene

The Mount Pleasant Classical Institution

Chinese Choosing Fabric

Masonic Greek

Stilton Cheese Stands

Transferware at the Dayton Art Institute, Dayton, Ohio

Interview with TCC Member: Jo Anne Jones

Recent Bulletins

2020 Vol. XXI No. 3 cover
2020 Vol. XXI No. 3

Willow Pattern Variation by Possil Pottery Glasgow, Scotland

What is Badge Ware?

Transferware from a British Perspective

English Transfer Printed Earthenware at Junagarh Fort, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India

Interview with TCC Member: Tommy Cheatham

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2020 Vol. XXI No. 2

Announcing a New Online Transferware Experience

The Right or Wrong Fit

An Attribution for the “Fisherman’s Hut” Pattern

The ‘DUKE OF YORK’ in Color 

2020 TCC Research Grant Recipients

Help Needed with Pattern Identification

Bird Over Arched Bridge Pattern

Interview with TCC Members: John and Virginia Goslin

Henshall St. Alban’s Abbey Marked Plate

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2020 Vol. XXI No. 1

Transferware Used at Cambridge Colleges

Yet Another Milkmaid: Glasgow Verrieville,This Time

Go Big or Go Home-r

2019 Annual Raffle & Donor Honor Roll

Two Transferware Toby Jugs

Camera Lucida 

Broseley - a very particular question

John Yates Mystery

Interview With TCC Member: Elke Walls

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2019 Vol. XX No. 3

Bill Kurau – A Remembrance

One view, two artists, eight patterns

Book Review: Chinoiserie: Printed British Ceramics in the Chinese style 1750 – 1900

Inside a Pattern

Odessa...Where in the World

A New Series of British Views

In Touch with the Past

Interview with TCC Member: Rich Crouch