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Transferware Recorder coverThe Transferware Recorder
Number One – Selected British Views

by Dick Henrywood

When Bill Coysh and Dick Henrywood assembled The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery back in 1982 they had no idea how popular the subject was to become. A second volume and books on transferware by other notable authors have followed. The Friends of Blue and the Transferware Collectors’ Club have reported new patterns and much other information, the latter particularly with their website and groundbreaking database of patterns, but there has been no further attempt to assemble our knowledge into reference form. The Transferware Recorder is intended to fill this gap.

Dick Henrywood has been researching transferware for more than three decades and he starts the Recorder with a selection of British views. This volume features the Acorn and Oak Leaf Borders series (Stevenson), the “Antique Scenery” series (Boyle), the Bluebell Border series (Clews), the Briggs Views series, the “British History” series (Jones), the Cheltenham series (Machin), the Cherub Medallion Border series (Herculaneum), the Fruit and Barley Border series, the “Irish Scenery” series (Elkins), the Large Scroll Border series (Riley), the Light Blue Rose Border series (Griffiths, Beardmore & Birks), the Minton Miniature series, the Morning Glory Border series, the Pineapple Border series (Meir), the States Border series (Clews), and the Tulip Border series. Some are well known, others virtually unrecorded; some made for domestic consumption, others for the American market. Every known view is listed, some titled, many identified, nearly all illustrated in colour. In many cases a source print from which the view was copied is also recorded and illustrated. A comprehensive list of items is provided, along with references to illustrations elsewhere.

This is a major new transferware initiative designed to expand into a comprehensive series of reference volumes, essential for collectors, researchers and dealers. For further information about ordering: www.transferprintedpottery.com.

Release date October 2013. Sewn paperback 240 x 170mm. 176 pages. 579 illustrations. Full colour. www.transferprintedpottery.com

Research and printing for this book were supported by the TCC Richards Foundation Research Grant Program. See other Richards Grant projects conducted by Dick Henrywood.


 

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