Dating staffordshire china

27-Dec-2019 01:52

It is full of fine illustrations, & many of them are in glorious colour.Much as I would like to, I should not scan examples from Michael Gibson's volume.

Essentially a metallic sheen, given to the piece of pottery by adding metallic oxides to the glaze.

So the imagery on the pages may grow slower than the text! All of which gave Sunderland a competitive advantage for a great many years.

Establishing which specific pottery produced which particular piece, is quite beyond my ability, so I will not attempt to indicate that detail unless my source so indicated. In the 1850s, a tariff was imposed upon pottery shipments onto the continent, which did not help re exports but maybe more importantly Sunderland's advantages with access to the sea were much reduced by the coming of the railways.

But by what process an image on a copper plate was transferred to the face of a piece of pottery, I could not for a long while, explain.

There is a site here by 'Antiques Digest' which explains what 'transfer printing' is all about.

Essentially a metallic sheen, given to the piece of pottery by adding metallic oxides to the glaze.So the imagery on the pages may grow slower than the text! All of which gave Sunderland a competitive advantage for a great many years.Establishing which specific pottery produced which particular piece, is quite beyond my ability, so I will not attempt to indicate that detail unless my source so indicated. In the 1850s, a tariff was imposed upon pottery shipments onto the continent, which did not help re exports but maybe more importantly Sunderland's advantages with access to the sea were much reduced by the coming of the railways.But by what process an image on a copper plate was transferred to the face of a piece of pottery, I could not for a long while, explain.There is a site here by 'Antiques Digest' which explains what 'transfer printing' is all about. To search for specific text on this page, just press 'CTRL F' & then enter your search term. And in fact a 3rd pottery, page 175, just for Sunderland verses, available here.