Goss and Souvenir Heraldic China

Goss and Souvenir Heraldic China

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It was Adolphus Goss who first had the idea of applying coats of arms to pieces of porcelain produced by his father's pottery and from 1880 until after the First World War the demand for such holiday souvenirs fuelled an enormous industry. Now heraldic china is once again keenly collected and this book explains how the china was made, what potteries produced it and how to identify and date individual pieces.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 148 x 202 x 8mm | 140.62g
  • Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • Shire Publications
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • illustrations, (some colour )
  • 0747806233
  • 9780747806233
  • 2,188,492

Table of contents

What is souvenir heraldic china The manufacturing process Goss china Other crested china potteries Popular collecting themes Tips for collectors and makers' marks Glossary Further reading Places to visit Where to buy and sell Indexshow more

About Lynda Pine

Lynda Pine runs The Goss and Crested China Club. She spent seven years researching the Goss family which resulted in the biography of William Henry Goss. Lynda also updates and provides the values for the price guides for Milestone Publications and for over thirty years has published the montly catalogue of 'Goss and Crested China'.show more