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Lot 737
Early English Pottery and Porcelain
Sold for £437 (US$ 735) inc. premium
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Early English Pottery and Porcelain
A collection of 18 volumes, comprising Hurlbutt's Bow Porcelain (1926), Hobson's Worcester Porcelain, Bryant's Chelsea Porcelain Toys (1925), King's Chelsea Porcelain (1922), The Cheyne Book of Chelsea (1924), Spelman's Lowestoft China (1905), Mackenna's Champion's Bristol Porcelain (1947) and Cookworthy's Plymouth Porcelain (1946), Bemrose's Longton Hall Porcelain (1906), Falkner's Wood Family of Burslem (1912), The Frank Partridge Collection of Ralph Wood and The George Stoner Collection of Ralph Wood Pottery (1910), Owen's Ceramic Art in Bristol (1873), Haggar's Mason's of lane Delph (1952), Rackham's Glaisher Collection (2 vol. 1935), Grant's The Makers of Black Basalt (1910), Mackintosh's Early English Figure Pottery (1938), various bindings and sizes (18)
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  1. John Sandon
    Specialist - British Ceramics
    101 New Bond Street
    London, W1S 1SR
    United Kingdom
    Work +44 20 7468 8244
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