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Transferware Recorder coverThe Transferware Recorder
Number Two – Selected British Views

by Dick Henrywood

Reynardine Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of a second volume in The Transferware Recorder series. Like its predecessor, Number Two features British views, with another thirteen series to add to the sixteen which appeared in Number One. As before, a wide range of series is covered with some well-known, others virtually unrecorded; some made for domestic British consumption, others aimed predominantly at the American export market; some in light blue, some in dark blue, and some in other colours; some by notable potters such as Clews, Mason, Ridgway, and Enoch Wood & Sons, others by the anonymous but prolific “maker unknown”. The patterns included range in date from around 1820 (the vintage years) right through to the 1880s (the so-called aesthetic period). Including many unusual shapes and a remarkable selection of source prints, there are nearly 600 illustrations to delight the collector.

The Transferware Recorder – Number Two continues to provide an update to Bill Coysh and Dick Henrywood’s standard reference work The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery. This volume features a further selection of thirteen different series of British views. The series covered are the “Anglais” series (William Alsager Adderley), the Angus Seats series (Ridgway), the Beaded Frame Mark series (Mason), the “Clyde Scenery” series (Job & John Jackson), the Crown Acorn and Oak Leaf Border series (John Meir), the Foliage Border series (maker unknown), the “London Views” series (Enoch Wood & Sons), the “Old England” series (maker unknown), the “Panoramic Scenery” series (Ralph Stevenson), the Passionflower Border series (maker unknown), the Rock Cartouche series (Elkin, Knight & Co.), the Rose Border series (Andrew Stevenson), and the “Select Scenery” series (Ralph & James Clews). With a total of another 261 patterns, 594 illustrations, and again much information previously unrecorded including identification of many source prints for the views, this volume is a worthy successor to the initial Number One. For full information see www.transferprintedpottery.com.


 

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