Its Development from Early Times to the End of the Eighteenth Century
First edition. Large hardback, bound in the original brown cloth with gilt titling to spine. 29 × 23cm, xxiv + 143pp, with 207 illustrations on 115 plates, 12 of which are in colour.
A comprehensive survey of English pottery from the Middle Ages and Tudor times, through to the Neo-Classical age, incorporating the industrial potteries, the influence of porcelain and the foreign influences of Maiolica, Delft and stoneware. The book is illustrated with colour plates to the text introduction and a large section of black and white plates to the second half of the book.
A good copy. The brown cloth binding is rubbed to the extremities and joints, and the book is foxed throughout but the inner binding is secure and the book remains in strong readable condition.