Publishing Information about Transferware
The following information is provided to assist in the publication of information about British Transferware.
Publishing Guidelines and Need-to-Know Information
Published Research Funded by the Paul and Gladys Richards Research Grant Program
|Spode Exhibition Online: The history of the Spode family and its factory and production from 1733-1833 with history of the Pottery Industry of Staffordshire of the same period. Written by Laura Johnson.|
|Patriotic America, An Online Exhibition
The Transferware Collectors Club, Historic New England and Winterthur have joined together to launch Patriotic America, an online exhibition. The exhibition is interactive, and free. Patriotic America will serve as a definitive database of images of English printed pottery with 19th-century images celebrating the new United States. Read the press release.
|“Did Benjamin Franklin Invent Transferware?” Wendy Erich's research into Benjamin Franklin's claim that he invented transferware. The Burlington Magazine 1288 Vol. CLII (July 2010): 464-469.|
| “1820s Pearlware Filled-in Transfers; Patterns and Attributions” researched and written by Pete Christmas
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|“A Catalog of the Greeves Collection of Transfer-Printed Pickle Dishes and Milseys with a Social and Historical Commentary“ written and published by Richard Halliday|
|"The Italian Pattern: The story of an iconic 19th century transferware design" written and published by Richard Halliday.|
Valuable Links: Access a list of organizations, research institutions and museum sites dedicated to the study of British Transferware.
TCC Bulletin: An index of all bulletin articles, categorized by subject matter, and specific to bulletin issue and page number. An excellent transferware research resource.