Author Topic: Miller's Encyclopedia of British Transfer-Printed Pottery Patterns 1790-1930  (Read 3152 times)

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Miller's Encyclopedia of British Transfer-Printed Pottery Patterns 1790-1930 by Gillian Neale, published by Miller's (Octopus Publishing Group, London), in 2005.

ISBN 978 1845 330033
192 pages, hardback + dustwrapper, full-colour.
Cover price: ?25

Fabulously detailed book about transfer-ware pottery patterns - what is often called blue and white pottery, but which actually is made in pink/white, brown/white, green/white and gray/white. Covers patterns, shape form and style, and a factory fact file.
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