New York: George H. Doran Company, 1916. Hardbound. VG. Green embossed cloth. 112 pp., 46 bw figures. From The Collectors' Pocket Series. "Some of the brilliant lustres produced by the early Staffordshire potters -- notably during the Wedgwood period -- have an exceptional interest, and the history of the production of lustre ware at the various centres of potting is as elusive as the rich bloom for which the collector now seeks. The absense of historical sequence, the paucity both of data and marked examples, together with the erratic manner in which the metallic glazes were associated with the pottery and porcelain made in the English factories at the beginning of the nineteenth century and onwards, all tend to add fascination to the pursuit of the finer specimens which have survived." (intro) A very nice, solid original printed copy. Please note that this is NOT an ebook, a facsimile paperback, or a print-on-demand title. (Inventory #: 105439)
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