CONTENTS
The earliest description of the Derby Chinaworks by A.P. Ledger and R. Barkla
A group of transfer prints used at Derby, associated with Richard Holdship by A. Bambery
Josiah Wedgwood and William Duesbury – Men of commerce by G. Blake-Roberts
Derby 1780-1786 – the useful wares by A. Morrison
Ladies of leisure painting on Derby porcelain by A.P. Ledger
The Brewer family by D. Manchip
The Chatsworth dessert service by B. George
The Chatsworth dessert service and new findings about the Chatsworth Service by C. Noble
Further findings on views on the plate pattern 148 by A.P. Ledger
A report on the demounting of four watercolours from the album of 55 paintings, on loan from the Derbyshire Archaeological Society by A. Bambery
Rare and unusual marks on Derby porcelain 1748-1900 by J. Freeman
The Ronald Raven Collection by J. Twitchett
Derby porcelain and the British monumental sculpture tradition 1760-1775, Part One by Sir T. Clifford

(Published in 2004)

Journal 5

£15.00Price

    © Derby Porcelain International Society 2019.

    • Facebook Social Icon