Ceramic Bygones and Other Unusual Domestic Pottery

Ceramic Bygones and Other Unusual Domestic Pottery

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Metal is expensive to shape: copper needs polishing and may be injurious to health; iron and steel rust. Ceramic products, made from clay, fired and glazed, can be cleaned easily and are the most hygienic wares available. Although breakable, they can be very decorative and colour. Indeed, a certamic is a thermo-setting plastic and may be formed into many thousands of different articles.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 149.4 x 212.9 x 4.3mm | 99.79g
  • Shire Publications
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • colour and b&w illustrations
  • 0747804672
  • 9780747804673

Table of contents

Introduction; The entrance hall and cnservatory; The dining room; Afternoon tea; The drawing room or salon; The library; The kitchen; The dairy; The bedroom; The sick room; Further reading; Places to visit
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About Robert Copeland

Robert Copeland grew up in the family which had owned the Spode manufactory since 1833. He joined the firm in 1943 and, after holding many executive positions, was appointed historical consultant to Spode Limited in 1979. Now retired, he remains a trustee of the Spode Museum Trust.
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