3 edition of Creamware & pearlware found in the catalog.
Creamware & pearlware
|Statement||[editors T.A. Lockett and P.A. Halfpenny].|
|Contributions||Lockett, Terence A., Halfpenny, P. A., Northern Ceramic Society (Great Britain)., Stoke-on-Trent (England). City Museum and Art Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||NK4278 C7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||106|
Creamware Pottery Dutch-decorated English Creamware Plate, Onse Live Vrouw Tot Kevelaar (Our Lady to Kevelaar), Circa $ Pearlware English Pottery Prattware Figures, Probably Tittensor, Late 18th Century-Early 19th $1, By about , the popularity of pearlware had overtaken creamware, which Wedgwood had started making in Condition: Perfect, apart from age-related glaze crazing. Saucer diameter cm; height 3 cm. Cup width with handle cm; height cm. Weight: g. Medium: Earthenware (pearlware) Origin: Etruria, Stoke-on-Trent, England.
Creamware and Pearlware Re-examined at - ISBN - ISBN - - Softcover. Creamware. Defining Attributes. Creamware is thinly potted, clear lead-glazed refined earthenware with a cream-colored body. Creamware can range in color from ivory to tan to straw-colored. Variations in decorative techniques, such as molding, underglaze and overglaze painting and transfer-printing, are used to describe and date these wares.
Creamware and Pearlware Hardcover by T & Halfpenny Lockett (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" CDN$ CDN$ CDN$ Paperback CDN$ 2 Author: T & Halfpenny Lockett. These are a type of English creamware, or a better term would be pearlware. And what pearlware means is that the cream-color glaze, which we see on these, has a slight blue cast to it.
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Creamware and Pearlware. An unmarked creamware spittoon printed with a picture of Minerva (as illustrated in the Neale book by Diana Edwards). Neale, c Approx 4 inches high and 4 ½ inches in diameter.
CP1(a). This volume is the first of a three-part series which deals with those ceramics with a white creamware or pearlware body and decorated with black transfers of events and personages from the Revolution and War of Containing over black/white and 50 color illustrations, this first volume Creamware & pearlware book contains photographic images of over Author: David Arman, David, Linda Arman.
The term 'pearlware', surprisingly, is not an easy one to define. Whereas creamware and cream-coloured earthenware are names used at the time of manufacture by potters, the precise term 'pearlware' was not.
Moreover, modern archaeologists, ceramic historians, collectors, curators and dealers, have come to use 'pearlware' very much as a catch-all term for what appears to be a wide variety of. Creamware is a cream-coloured refined earthenware with a lead glaze over a pale body, known in France as faïence fine, in the Netherlands as Engels porselein, and in Italy as terraglia inglese.
It was created about by the potters of Staffordshire, England, who refined the materials and techniques of salt-glazed earthenware towards a finer, thinner, whiter body with a brilliant glassy. Print book: Conference publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Creamware -- Congresses. Creamware -- Great Britain -- History -- 18th century -- Congresses. Pearlware (Ceramics) -- Congresses. View. CREAMWARE & PEARLWARE: FIFTH EXHIBITION FROM NORTHERN CERAMIC SOCIETY [18 MAY-7 SEPTEMBERSTOKE-ON-TRENT CITY MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY] By Terence A.; Halfpenny Lockett Pat (eds.) *Excellent Condition*.
Pearlware describes white earthenwares which have been whitened further by the addition of flint and more white clay within the body. They are glazed with a clear lead glaze which contains a small addition of cobalt oxide so that a distinct blue tinge can be seen where the glaze pools.
creamware and pearlware decorated with historical or com-memorative overglaze transfer prints for specific national mar-kets. Such decoration also included the application of gilding and special inscriptions.
Of the total volume of creamware pro- pany's books, and although he was a china merchant until well. Collections of creamware and illustrations of it in books and articles are heavily focused on decorated wares and thus present a skewed image of what creamware was like.
Because pearlware is almost never undecorated, scholars have been comparing the rare decorated creamware with common types of decorated pearlware. “Joseph Sewell's Book of Designs”. Scott's Southwick Pottery, pearlware, creamware, shape / pattern book.
Pineapple jugs. Stapled. 48 pp. inc. 15 b/w pl. & lots of line drawings. x mm. () NCS and Tyne & Wear Museums. Very minor edge wear. SEWELBla. £ On Hand Painted Pearlware: Chinese House Molded Borders on Creamware: Royal Pattern Queensware Pattern Feather Edge (molded rim, no color) Beaded Scalloped Molded Borders on Pearlware or Whiteware: Shell Edge: Assymetrical Undulating Scallop (on Pearlware, ) Shell Edge: Rococo (on Pearlware, ).
Feature article on Pearlware: Origins and Types (Part 2) In a previous article (April ) the origins of pearlware were examined and a number of the obvious types such as underglaze blue painted (china glazed) and shell edged were described.
In this article I want to examine the other manifestations which collectors, dealers and ceramic historians have usually termed 'pearlware'.
Named and Dated Creamware Charger,attributed to Humble, Hartley, Greens and Co., inscribed ‘William & Betty Spyvy, ,” in blue below a Chinese style fenced pagoda amongst rocks and foliage in the centre the border with alternating flowers and foliage, 14”.Two hanging holes drilled at the top, several small edge chips.
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Differences between creamware, pearlware, whiteware, and stone china are minor when compared to the differences between ware types in the 17th and 18th cen- turies.
Creamware is a cream-coloured, refined earthenware created about by the potters of Staffordshire, England, which proved ideal for domestic was popular until the s. It served as an inexpensive substitute for Chinese export porcelain. The most notable producer of creamware was Josiahhe was able to lighten the cream colour to a bluish white using cobalt.
Two exceptions to this are creamware and Egyptian black (black basalt). The potters’ name for what is commonly called pearlware was “China glaze,” which predates Josiah Wedgwood’s “Pearl white” by at least five years. However, the terms China glaze, pearl white, and pearlware are almost non-existent in the potters’ price fixing.Earle D.
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