Blue and White Transfer-Printed Pottery by Robert Copeland
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Blue and White Transfer-Printed Pottery
By Robert Copeland

Blue and White Transfer-Printed Pottery

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Blue and White Transfer-Printed Pottery by Robert Copeland

Book Description

Blues made from cobalt were first used widely for painted decoration in China during the fifteenth century. Much of the porcelain imported into Europe was decorated with blue designs, and after about 1650, when tea was introduced, the volume of blue and white 'chinaware' brought back from Canton was enormous. European potters tried to emulate this fine tableware, most successfully on artificial portcelain and tin-glazed earthenwares. The imports from China decline in the 1780s, and owners of Chinese services found it difficult to obtain replacements or additions. To meet this need, British potters copied the hand-painted patterns using the technique of transfer-printing from engraved copper plates. Spode perfected this process, and his wares have never been surpassed.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780747804499
ISBN-10: 0747804494
Format: Paperback
(210mm x 150mm x 6mm)
Pages: 40
Imprint: Shire Publications Ltd
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Publish Date: 13-May-2000
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Offers a detailed examination of the whole topic of Parian porcelain, its origin, marketing and manufacturing process.

Wedgwood Ware by Robert Copeland Wedgwood Ware, Paperback (January 2005)

This book reviews and illustrates the Wedgwood products from the nineteenth century to the resurgence after 1904.

Ceramic Bygones by Robert Copeland Ceramic Bygones, Paperback (September 2000)

This book examines some of the many ceramic wares that in earlier days would have been found in a great many homes.

Spode by Robert Copeland Spode, Paperback (May 1998)

The two Josiah Spodes, father and son, may be regarded as important names in the development of English ceramics. Under their direction two of the most important products in the English ceramic repertoire were perfected: underglaze transfer printing on earthenware; and fine bone china, a very practical porcelain.

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Author Biography - Robert Copeland

Robert Copeland, son of Gresham Copeland, partner in the family-owned Spode factory in Stoke on Trent, joined the firm in 1943. He inherited his father's collection of blue and white Spode, expanded it and has researched into the origin of the patterns. He was historical consultant to Spode Limited until his retirement.

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