A good starting point for learning about the evolution of British tableware in the Art Deco period, from the time of the famous 1925 Art Decoratifs exhbition in Paris up until the start of WWII. Informative text breaks it down into major manufacturers, rather than designers, (hence Keith Murray comes under Wedgwood) and there are some superb colour photos throughout. My favourites are the displays of Murray pots and tableware and the Eric Ravillious wares. Clarice Cliffe and Susie Cooper naturally also get a mention. Doesn't give you pricer, or exhaustive lists of shapes and designs, but a solid, attractive essay-based history of the Great British Table Service between the wars.