London: B. T. Batsford, 1913. Hardbound. Good, clean, and tight internally; tight covers but with severe spotting (almost looks like bleach marks to cloth). Blue cloth with gilt lettering on spine. xv +  + 122 pp. with 54 plates, including a few in color. A pioneering study of Dutch pottery and porcelain covering porcelain of The Hague, Arnheim, and Amsterdam and pottery of Haarlem, Arnheim, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Utrecht. Delft is covered in a separate chapter. Includes information on the Guild of St. Luke, master makers, and factories. A useful work for researchers. (Inventory #: 105605)
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