Ceramic Bygones: And Other Unusual Domestic Pottery

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Bloomsbury USA, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 40 pages
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How would one recognise an argyll, a trembleuse or a bachelor's set? And how can one identify a pineapple stand, a spoon warmer or a coach pot? Such items were in regular use in daily life in the nineteenth century - and all were made of pottery. In Ceramic Bygones many such intriguing but obsolete items are described and illustrated.
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Robert Copeland grew up in the family which had owned the Spode manufactory since 1833. Now retired, he remains a trustee of the Spode Museum Trust. Other titles for Shire by this author are:
Blue and White Transfer-printed Pottery
Wedgwood Ware (currently out of print)

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