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Two centuries of ceramic art in Bristol

Champion, Richard

Two centuries of ceramic art in Bristol

being a history of the manufacture of "The true porcelain"

by Champion, Richard

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Published by Bell and Daldy in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Champion, Richard, -- 1743-1791.,
  • Pottery -- England -- Bristol,
  • Delftware.

  • Edition Notes

    Gift; Mrs. E. Brown.

    Other titlesCeramic art in Bristol
    Statementby Richard Champion ... ; with an account of the delft, earthenware and enamel glass works, from original sources by Hugh Owen.
    ContributionsOwen, Hugh.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK4087.B8 C43 1873
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 419 p. :
    Number of Pages419
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14775675M

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Two Centuries of Ceramic Art in Bristol: Being a History of the Manufacture of "the True Porcelain" by Richard Champion; with a Biography Compiled from Private Correspondence, Journals and Family Papers; Containing Unpublished Letters of Edmund Burke, Richard and William Burke, the Duke of Portland, the Marquis of Rockingham and Others, with an Account of the Delft, Earthenware and.

Two centuries of ceramic art in Bristol being a history of the manufacture of "the true porcelain" by Richard Champion; with a biography compiled from private correspondence journals and family papers; containing unpublished letters of Edmund Burke Richard and William Burke the Two centuries of ceramic art in Bristol book of Portland the Marquis of Rockingham and others with an account of the delft earthenware and enamel glass works.

Two centuries of ceramic art in Bristol, being a history of the manufacture of "the true porcelain" by Richard Champion; with a biography compiled from private correspondence, journals and family papers; containing unpublished letters of Edmund Burke, Richard and William Burke, the Duke of Portland, the Marquis of Rockingham and others, with an account of the delft, earthenware and enamel.

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Two centuries of ceramic art in Bristol: being a history of the manufacture of "the true porcelain" by Richard Champion ; with a biography compiled from private correspondence, journals and family papers ; containing unpublished letters of Edmund Burke, Richard and William Burke, the Duke of Portland, the Marquis of Rockingham and others, with an account of the delft, earthenware and enamel.

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