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Current Bulletin

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

Recent Bulletins

2021 XXII No. 3
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


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2021 XXII No. 2

Voices of Potters Past

Digging Deeper

William Ridgway Narrow Lace Border

Do you have items for the Database?

Lucking into a “Great Rarity”

2021 TCC Research Grant Recipients

Maker Misidentification: Furnival and the Multiple Foresters

Interview with TCC member: Jeri Golsan

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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

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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