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This page is a comprehensive collection of articles written about transferware by TCC member-contributors, as well as other authors. We will continue to add to this page. Categories include Database Discoveries (short articles by Database editors), Miscellaneous Articles, and Richards Foundation Grant Projects. Another excellent resource is theTransferware Collection Club Bulletin, published four times a year -- view sample articles.

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See articles alphabetized by author, by article title or by article topic.

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Articles by Author

Anderson, Anne: The Romance of Old Blue: collecting and displaying Old Blue Staffordshire China in the American Home c. 1870-1928
Leslie Bouterie: A Transferware Murder Mystery Episode 2 in a Transferware Detective’s Saga
Bouterie, Leslie:
The “Uva” Mystery
Bouterie, Leslie: The “Uva” Mystery - continued
Christmas, Pete: 1820s Pearlware Filled-in Transfers; Patterns and Attributions
Cruickshank, Graeme: South-East Asia: A Major Export Ddestination for Bristish Transferware
Dodd, DeeDee: Surprising Spout Prints
Davenport, Frank: Dark Blue Davenport
Erich, Wendy: Did Benjamin Franklin Invent Transferware?
Ferguson, Susan: Spring! Time to Get Organized
Goldberg, Hayden: The Architecture of Charles Bulfinch on Historical Blue Staffordshire Part 1: The Early Buildings, 1790-­1807
Goldberg, Hayden: The Architecture of Charles Bulfinch on Historical Blue Staffordshire Part 2: The Later Buildings, 1810-­1832
Goldberg, Hayden: The Earliest Known Example of Historical Blue Staffordshire
Goldberg, Hayden: Two Newly Identified American Views on Historical Blue Staffordshire
Gray, Jonathan: Swansea's Printed Wares: A Reassessment
Halfpenny, Pat:Where do Patterns come from? or Who decided Delaware looked like this?
Halliday, Richard: Catalog of the Greeves Collection of Transfer-Printed Pickle Dishes and Milseys with a Social and Historical Commentary
Halliday, Richard: Copper Plate Engraving: Process Documentation
Henrywood, Dick:
The Mysterious Mr. Marshall, Plagiarist Extraordinaire
Hoexter, David: Museums and Places of Interest With Displays and Collections of Transfer Printed Pottery, also available as PDF
Hoexter, David: What’s in a Word: Vocabulary Discoveries from Transfer-Printed Advertising Ware
Kling, Len: Don't Believe Everything You Read on that Plate
Kling, Len: Enoch Wood's Series #106
Kling, Len: Orphan Transferware Patterns and the TCC Assigned Name
Kling, Len: The News That Pratt Thought Fit to Print
Kling, Len: Wood's Italian Scenery
Mazrim, Robert & Walthall, John: Queensware By The Crate
Palmer, Weston: Source Prints (Not Just Pretty Pictures)
Parkes, Colin Murray : Death and Bereavement on Transfer-printing
Robbins, Rita: Aesthetic Movement Transferware: Some Things of Beauty (and Utility)
Rogers, Connie: British Shipping Company China
Rogers, Connie: Transfer-Printed Rice Plates for the South-East Asia Market
Rogers, Connie: Yellow Transfer Printed Brownware
Rogers, Connie: Yes – Transfer-Printed Tiles are in the Database
Rogers, Connie: Ways to Fit the Transfer Pattern Onto the Ware
Sack, Michael: A Picturesque Voyage to India by Way of China
Sack, Michael:
Searching the Bibliography for Source Prints and Patterns
Sack, Michael: A Scottish Mystery
Siddall, Judie: Inappropriate Children's Patterns
Siddall, Judie: Mozart, The Magic Flute, The Masons, And America
Siddall, Judie: Transferware Darning Eggs
Sutor, Peggy, et al: American Historical Transferware Treasures at the Smithsonian
Tanner, Arleen and Grahame: Assessing Modern Theories on Swansea Transferware
Tanner, Arleen and Grahame: Swansea Pottery from 1811 to Its Closure in 1870
Tanner, Arleen and Grahame: Swansea's Cambrian Pottery Public & Private Commemorative Printed Wares
Tanner, Arleen and Grahame: Thomas Rothwell 1740-1807, Copper-Plate Engraver: A Survey of His Life and Work with Particular Reference to His Work at Swansea Pottery
Thom, Danielle; ‘Sawney’s Defence’: Anti-Catholicism, Consumption and Performance in 18th-Century Britain
Woolliscroft, Pam: Pots of Orchids: the Spode Bateman Connection
Zeller, Loren: "What's Happening in British Ceramics"


Articles by Title

1820s Pearlware Filled-in Transfers; Patterns and Attributions: Pete Christmas
A Picturesque Voyage to India by Way of China: Sack, Michael
A Scottish Mystery
: Sack, Michael
A Transferware Murder Mystery Episode 2 in a Transferware Detective’s Saga: Bouterie, Leslie
Aesthetic Movement Transferware: Some Things of Beauty (and Utility): Rita Robbins
American Historical Transferware Treasures at the Smithsonian: Peggy Sutor, et al
The Architecture of Charles Bulfinch on Historical Blue Staffordshire Part 1: The Early Buildings, 1790-­1807: Hayden Goldberg
The Architecture of Charles Bulfinch on Historical Blue Staffordshire Part 2: The Later Buildings, 1810-­1832: Hayden Goldberg
Assessing Modern Theories on Swansea Transferware: Tanner, Arleen and Grahame
British Shipping Company China: Connie Rogers
Catalog of the Greeves Collection of Transfer-Printed Pickle Dishes and Milseys with a Social and Historical Commentary: Richard Halliday
Copper Plate Engraving: Process Documentation: Richard Halliday
Dark Blue Davenport:
Davenport, Frank
Death and Bereavement on Transfer-printing: Colin Murray Parkes
Did Benjamin Franklin Invent Transferware?: Wendy Erich
Don't Believe Everything You Read on that Plate: Len Kling
The Earliest Known Example of Historical Blue Staffordshire: Hayden Goldberg
Enoch Wood's Series No. 106: Len Kling
Inappropriate Children's Patterns: Judie Siddall
Mozart, The Magic Flute, The Masons, And America: Judie Siddall
Museums and Places of Interest With Displays and Collections of Transfer Printed Pottery, also available as PDF: David Hoexter
The Mysterious Mr. Marshall, Plagiarist Extraordinaire: Dick Henrywood
The News That Pratt Thought Fit to Print: Len KlIng
Orphan Transferware Patterns and the TCC Assigned Name: Len Kling
Pots of Orchids: the Spode Bateman Connection: Pam Woolliscroft
Queensware By The Crate: Mazrim, Robert & Walthall, John
Romance of Old Blue: collecting and displaying Old Blue Staffordshire China in the American Home c. 1870-1928, The: Anne Anderson
Searching the Bibliography for Source Prints and Patterns: Michael Sack
Source Prints (Not Just Pretty Pictures): Weston Palmer
Spring! Time to Get Organized: Susan Ferguson
Surprising Spout Prints: DeeDee Dodd
‘Sawney’s Defence’: Anti-Catholicism, Consumption and Performance in 18th-Century Britain; Danielle Thom
South-East Asia: A Major Export Destination for Bristish Transferwar; Cruickshank, Graeme
Swansea Pottery from 1811 to Its Closure in 1870: Tanner, Arleen and Grahame
Swansea's Cambrian Pottery Public & Private Commemorative Printed Wares: Arleen and Grahame Tanner
Swansea's Printed Wares: A Reassessment: Jonathan Gray
Thomas Rothwell 1740-1807, Copper-Plate Engraver: A Survey of His Life and Work
with Particular Reference to His Work at Swansea Pottery
: Arleen and Grahame Tanner
Transferware Darning Eggs: Judie Siddall
Transfer-Printed Rice Plates for the South-East Asia Market: Rogers, Connie
Two Newly Identified American Views on Historical Blue Staffordshire: Hayden Goldberg
The “Uva” Mystery: Bouterie, Leslie
The “Uva” Mystery - continued: Bouterie, Leslie
Ways to Fit the Transfer Pattern Onto the Ware: Rogers, Connie
"What's Happening in British Ceramics": Zeller, Loren
What’s in a Word: Vocabulary Discoveries from Transfer-Printed Advertising War:, David Hoexter
Where do Patterns come from? or Who decided Delaware looked like this?: Pat Halfpenny
Wood's Italian Scenery: Len Kling
Yellow Transfer Printed Brownware: Connie Rogers
Yes – Transfer-Printed Tiles are in the Database: Connie Rogers


Articles by Topic

Database Discoveries

Richards Foundation Grant Projects

  • Pete Christmas
    1820s Pearlware Filled-in Transfers; Patterns and Attributions link to aricle
  • Graeme Cruickshank
    South-East Asia: A Major Export Destination for Bristish Transferware link to article
    Developed an overview of the "Importance of Transferware in the Ceramic Output of European Potteries for the South-East Asian Market."
  • Wendy Erich
    Did Benjamin Franklin Invent Transferware? research into Benjamin Franklin's claim that he invented transferware. The Burlington Magazine 1288 Vol. CLII (July 2010): 464-469. link to article
  • Jonathan Gray summarized his two 2011 Baltimore Annual Meeting presentations and Richards Foundation grant research.
    Swansea's Printed Wares: A Reassessment link to article
  • Pat Halfpenny
    Where do Patterns come from? or Who decided Delaware looked like this? link to article
  • Pat Halfpenny
    Developed content for an online exhibition of British transferware decorated with American themes. View completed project.
  • Helen Hallesy
    Study Title: Swansea Commemorative Pottery:  Politics, Reform, Royalty, Wars link to book
  • Richard Halliday In this excellent 202-page publication, documents the outstanding and one-of-a-kind collection of the late Robin Greeves and provides an interesting social and historical perspective for these two often misunderstood forms of transfer-printed Staffordshire pottery. Catalog of the Greeves Collection of Transfer-Printed Pickle Dishes and Milseys with a Social and Historical Commentary link to article
  • Richard Halliday
    Copper Plate Engraving: Process Documentation link to article
  • Richard Halliday
    Study Title: Transferware Medical and Toilet Wares 1780-1850  link to book
  • Richard Halliday
    "The Italian Pattern: The story of an iconic 19th Century transferware design" link to book
  • Dick Henrywood
    Provided two lectures incorporating new research to the 2011 Baltimore Annual Meeting. The Mysterious Mr. Marshall, Plagiarist Extraordinaire link to article
  • Dick Henrywood has begun a major new transferware initiative designed to expand into a comprehensive series of reference volumes, essential for collectors, researchers and dealers. The Transferware Recorder: Number One – Selected British Views link to book
  • Dick Henrywood
    Study Title: Transferware Recorder IV – Selected Patterns from Literature link to book
  • Laura Johnson
    Develop content for an online exhibition of Spode transferware designed to advance the education and awareness of Spode transferware and to reach a broad internet audience of collectors, researchers, students and historians of the British Pottery Industry.  View Completed Project
  • Daniel Schavelzon
    Study Title: Transferware images of Latin America made by British factories (1850-1900):  the case of Argentina link to article
  • John Simpson
    Study Title: Earthenware of H & R Daniel 1822 - 1854 link to book
  • Pam Woolliscroft provided two lectures on Spode at the 2013 Annual Meeting.
    Pots of Orchids: the Spode Bateman Connection link to article

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