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Coalport, 1795-1926 [Hardcover]

Michael Messenger


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Nov 1995
This comprehensive survey and illustrated guide to Coalport porcelains integates the history of the firm over 130 years with discussion of the many wares produced during the period, and examines the close relationship between these two elements. It thus provides a balance between the different periods. New patterns are illustrated, including a range of later-numbered patterns, as are profiles of wares, a feature which should make the shapes of pieces more apparent. The work of individual artists, including the important contribution of independent decorators in the early 19th century, is also examined, along with the fluctuations in trade, the development of styles and techniques, and the background influences which shaped production.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Beyond Godden 15 Feb 2014
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This book by Michael Messenger is a valuable addition to a library on ceramics and adds to the research previously published by Geoffrey Godden. Coalport's entire history is thoroughly explored. The struggles of its final decades are especially interesting. Excellent colour illustrations. Still scarce in the second-hand market and worth acquiring.
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