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Manufacturing Processes of Tableware during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

This publication has been used 51 times in our system.

Connected records

Small pink lustre jug

C.3-1908

Maker(s)

Possibly Unidentified factory

William IV & Queen Adelaide mug

C.55-1997

Maker(s)

Probably Chetham & Robinson (Factory)
Chesworth & Robinson (Factory)
Probably Kennedy, James (Engraver)

Silver resist lustre mug

C.1164-1928

Maker(s)

Possibly unidentified English pottery (Factory)

Lord Brougham Reform mug

C.1137-1928

Maker(s)

Probably Chetham & Robinson (Factory)
Chesworth & Robinson (Factory)

Small Wear Bridge Jug

C.1087-1928

Maker(s)

Unidentified factory (Production)

Columbus jug

C.1091-1928

Maker(s)

Unidentified Pottery (Factory)

Large Jackfield ware jug

C.1112-1928

Maker(s)

Possibly Unidentified factory (Production)
Possibly Unidentified factory

Princess Royal & Prince of Prussia jug

C.1167-1928

Maker(s)

Probably Unidentified factory (Production)

Henry Hunt jug

C.1182-1928

Maker(s)

Possibly Wood & Caldwell (Production)
Possibly Enoch Wood and Sons

Lustred relief-moulded jug

C.1159-1928

Maker(s)

Probably Unidentified factory (Production)

W. Pay Beer Jug

C.1165-1928

Maker(s)

Probably Unidentified factory

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