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2 edition of Victorian Staffordshire portrait fqgures for the small collector.. found in the catalog.

Victorian Staffordshire portrait fqgures for the small collector..

Bryan Latham

Victorian Staffordshire portrait fqgures for the small collector..

by Bryan Latham

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Published by Tiranti .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Paginationvi,42p.,71plates :
Number of Pages71
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20300077M

Four rectangular cardboard medication boxes. is orange with red print. It has a small white price sticker from "Zimmer Phcy Orbost $". it contains a tube of unused cream with an information sheet. is white with blue and black print. It has a small white price sticker from . The Victorian potter pressed thin bats of moist clay into a two- or three-piece mould and, should the piece be broken, you could see finger impressions inside. However, they normally closed the base with extra clay, often leaving a small hole left to allow air to escape during the firing (right, see Autumn from the Seasons below, photo: J.

A Nestle's Milk Chocolate Scorched Almonds box used as a container. is a brown cylindrical container with a red lid and a grey and white label, "ATROPINE SULPHATE". is a small clear glass container with cork stopper and paper labels, in red and black print, "SIGMA POISON HYOSCIN HYDROBORON BP" and stamped in purple "5 GRAINS". is a clear glass cylinder with a cork . Staffordshire Figures Home of Early Staffordshire Figures Books Blog Figures etc. Videos Enamel-painted figures made in Staffordshire give us rare glimpses of life as it was. To hold one is to touch the past. Welcome to my site devoted to early English enamel-painted earthenware figures.

The Victorian English people were fascinated by famous crime figures and there are many Staffordshire pieces depicting these. For people that love the theatre, there were famous actors of the time. There were the lovely little cottages that were often made into money boxes.   Antique collectors' corner: Staffordshire figures The Sampson and Horne Collection sale is a chance to snap up some charming Staffordshire figures.


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Victorian Staffordshire portrait fqgures for the small collector. by Bryan Latham Download PDF EPUB FB2

When this book was first published in it provided precisely what the collector of Staffordshire portrait figures had long required: an extensive photographic record of the 1, or so portrait figures which were produced in the nineteenth century and which encapsulate so much of 5/5(5).

This book, along with the other two volumes by Harding, and the Pugh book (also put out by Schiffer) are the standard references on the subject of Staffordshire figurines. Although the values given to each piece tend to be way too high (often by about - %), the research is well-done, and information on potteries, etc.

is reliable and /5(6). Victorian Staffordshire FiguresBook One is the definitive work on Portrait figures, and also includes Naval and Military, and Theatrical and Literary Characters (including Opera, Ballet, and Circus).

As a serious collector of Antique Staffordshire Figures, this book is a must. The quality of the photographic plates, together 5/5(7). Address: RTS Antiques, 27A Wood St, Garston, Liverpool, L19 2LU, Merseyside, UK Phone: +44 (0) // +44 (0) Email: [email protected] Working Days/Hours: Mon - Sun / GMT.

Victorian Staffordshire Figures Addendum. & N. Harding Staffordshire Portrait Figures. John Hall. A Collector's Guide to Staffordshire Pottery Figures. Turner. Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments. Reginald Haggar. Collecting Staffordshire Pottery.

Louis T. Stanley. Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era by Pugh, and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This is a Victorian Staffordshire figure of Jules Perrot playing the role of Albrecht in the London theater performance of Giselle. It is approximately 9 inches tall and is circa This figure may be found in Pugh's Staffordshire Portrait Figures book, pagefigure Victorian Staffordshire Figures, by A.

and N. Harding and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Staffordshire, Ben Franklin Figure, Erroneously Identified as Washington Circa Multi-color underglaze blue decorated in-the-round, gilt title line - SOLD.

See Harding, Victorian Staffordshire FiguresBook 1, pagefig. (Restored; H: ”) - SOLD. Victorian Staffordshire Figures This book is in two Volumes.

Volume 1 concentrates on the Portrait, Royalty, Naval and Military, and Theatrical figures produced in the potteries. Volume 2 concentrates on the Religious, Decorative, Sport, and Animal figures. Easy to use, each section is in alphabetical order/5(6).

When this book was first published in it provided precisely what the collector of Staffordshire portrait figures had long required: an extensive photographic record of the 1, or so portrait figures which were produced in the nineteenth century and which encapsulate so much of the history of Victorian England.5/5(1).

Collectors Weekly: Was there a specific piece of pottery that first piqued your interest. Schkolne: After I bought my first figure, I got a book on Staffordshire, and on the cover of the book, there was a couple of dandies, a man and woman arm in arm in the dress of the that time, men were the focus of.

separate items from a collection formed by the donor, the author of the book on the subject 'Staffordshire Portrait Figures', Includes members of the Royal Family, politicians, soldiers, sporting characters, actors and criminals. Stephen Duckworth has been collecting Victorian Staffordshire pottery religious figures for 40 years.

In Britain, he is a member of the English Ceramic Circle (ECC) and Northern Ceramic Society. He has given papers on religious figures and on preacher ceramics published in the ECC Transactions and Adrian Harding is the author of Victorian Staffordshire FiguresBook Two ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), The Second Ad /5(6).

This will go a long way in helping you become a savvy collector of these wonderful and timeless objects. Sources for this post Hardy, Adrian & Nicholas, Book One & Two Victorian Staffordshire Figures () Schiffer Publishing, Harding, Kit Staffordshire Figures of the 19 th & 20 th Centuries Miller’s, Due to an abundance of naturally occurring coal and clay, the Staffordshire region of England is renowned for manufacturing fine china and dinnerware, though local ceramic companies also made a variety of extraordinary rdshire potters began producing these decorative figures during the 18th century, mostly from cheaper earthenware or salt-glazed stoneware.

Nov 2, - Explore asnproudofit's board "Victorian children figurines" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Figurines, Victorian and Children pins. ANTIQUE STAFFORDSHIRE PORTRAIT FIGURES FOR SALE UK, you will find one of the best selections on Richard Gardner Antiques website based in Emsworth showroom.

Victorian Staffordshire Figures. 18th & 19th Century British Pottery. Victorian Staffordshire Dogs and Animals: Staffordshire Italian Greyhound Spill Vase: £ Pair of Staffordshire Setter & Pointer: £ Pair of Staffordshire St.

Bernards: £ Pair of Staffordshire Elephant Spill Vases. Schiffer Publishing Victorian Staffordshire Figures Portraits, Decorative & Other Figures, Dogs & Other Animals, Later Reproductions - Since the s, the best Victorian Staffordshire ceramic figures pieces have achieved values rivaling porcelain figures from Dresden and Meissen.

Over beautiful images here display the figures produced from onward at their best, both. This book tells the story of these Staffordshire pottery figures, which sold in their thousands to stand on the mantelpieces of Christian families, both Protestant and chapters provide a social history context: the religious background, an assessment of who purchased the figures, the Victorian home and how it was : Adrian Harding has 13 books on Goodreads with 23 ratings.

Adrian Harding’s most popular book is Bellek ve Sonsuz: Sarkis Külliyatı Üzerine.