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Herculaneum Pottery

Peter Hyland

Herculaneum Pottery

Liverpool"s forgotten glory

by Peter Hyland

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Published by Liverpool University Press in Liverpool .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Herculaneum Pottery Company (Liverpool, England) -- History.,
  • Pottery, English -- England -- Liverpool -- History -- 19th century.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPeter Hyland.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK4210.H44 H95 2005, NK4210.H44 H95 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 271 p. :
    Number of Pages271
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18254602M
    ISBN 10085323969X, 0853239797

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    The Illustrated Guide to Liverpool Herculaneum Pottery by Alan Smith 1st Edition, Published by Barrie & Jenkins Ltd Printed in Great Britain by Butler & Tanner Ltd, Hardback, has some fading to covers and spine, Dust jacket, has fading and some yellowing to jacket, All pages appear present, Pages are starting to yellow, All illustrations. By far the best book on Herculaneum and its excavations. The book explores several aspects of public and private Roman life in the first century by describing the architecture, artifacts, and inscriptions found in the houses of Herculaneum. My sole complaint is that the book doesn't make a very handy guidebook in Herculaneum itself/5(10).

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between /94 and They made creamware and pearlware pottery as well as bone china porcelain. About Richard Abbey, who had been apprenticed to John Sadler, an engraver, started a pottery at Toxteth Park, on the north side of the River Mersey, along with a Scotsman named John Graham.

This book provides a comprehensive history of Herculaneum pottery-still highly sought after in North America-and its rapid rise to international prominence. Renowned Liverpool porcelain collector Peter Hyland examines the pottery's relatively brief heyday from about towhen the company surpassed all other potteries in Britain.

The Herculaneum Pottery was based in Toxteth, Liverpool, England. between /4 and They made creamware and pearlware pottery as well as bone china porcelain. About Richard Abbey, who had been apprenticed to John Sadler, an engraver, started a pottery at Toxteth Park, on the north side of the River Mersey, along with a Scotsman.

Plate, –, Probably Herculaneum Pottery, English, –, Made for the American market, Liverpool, England, Burslem, Creamware with polychrome enamel, × cm (1 1/8 × 9 7/8 in.

This book provides a comprehensive history of Herculaneum pottery—highly sought after in North America—and its rapid rise to international prominence.

Renowned Liverpool porcelain collector Peter Hyland examines the pottery's relatively brief heyday from about to The Herculaneum Pottery Company, set up inwas different from the earlier small family run Liverpool pottery businesses as it had a share capital of £25, much of it coming from Liverpool merchants, and it recruited workers from Staffordshire.

By. The Herculaneum Pottery was based in Toxteth, Liverpool, between /4 andand made creamware and pearlware pottery as well as bone china porcelain. c Richard Abbey, who had been apprenticed to John Sadler, an engraver, started a pottery at Toxteth Park, on the north side of the River Mersey, along with a Scotsman named John Graham.

The emergence of Herculaneum pottery in early nineteenth-century Liverpool marked a pivotal moment in the clay arts. This book provides a comprehensive history of Herculaneum pottery—highly sought after in North America—and its rapid rise to international by: 4.

This book provides a comprehensive history of Herculaneum pottery - still highly sought after in North America - and its rapid rise to international prominence. Renowned Liverpool porcelain collector Peter Hyland examines the pottery's relatively brief heyday from about towhen the company surpassed all other potteries in s: 5.

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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search Author: Alan Smith.A mixed collection of Liverpool Herculaneum pottery Including a black-printed creamware jug decorated with rustic village scenes, cms high (cracked), a porcelain cream jug, a Willow pattern blue and white hot water plate, cms diameter (restoration to rim), a small Staffordshire twin-handled vase with Herculaneum pattern, 16cms high, an.