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Title(s):

This blessed plot, this earth : English pottery studies in honour of Jonathan Horne / edited by Amanda Dunsmore.

Published/Created:
London : Paul Holberton Pub., 2011.
Physical Description:
255 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm.
Holdings:
Reference Library
NK4085 .T45 2011 (LC)
Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-255).
"Jonathan Horne's writings": p. 247.
Subject Terms:
England.
Keramik.
Pottery, English.
Form/Genre:
Aufsatzsammlung.
Contributors:
Horne, Jonathan.
Dunsmore, Amanda.
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  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Acknowledgements
  • Contributors
  • Tributes / Mark Dodgson, Brian Haughton, Roger Davenport, Andrew Izod, Geoffrey Bond
  • Stoneware
  • "What a doll!" : an early Tudor stoneware figurine from Gloucester / Malcolm J. Watkins and David Gaimster
  • A meditation on a half-gallon mug / Ivor Noël Hume
  • It is not the bottles: another look at Bellarmine jugs / Ivor Noël Hume
  • A cup commemorating the capture of Portobello by Admiral Vernon / Felicity Marno
  • The earliest Mortlake hunting jug? / Robin Hildyard
  • Delftware
  • Caribbean connections? a study of some Delftware plates with inscriptions / Aileen Dawson
  • West and East: two English Delftware bowls and two Chinese versions / Michael Archer
  • An unrecorded dated English Delftware mug in the Princessehof Museum, Leeuwarden / Jan Daniël van Dam
  • Greatbatch, Wedgwood and Creamware
  • William Greatbatch revisited / David Barker
  • "Vases with high crown'd hats!" : Josiah Wedgwood's early cream-coloured earthenware vases / Gaye Blake-Roberts
  • Wedgwood meets the Bronze age / Arthur MacGregor
  • Charles Dibdin and the apotheosis of Jack Tar / Stella Beddoe
  • A collector's progress / Tom Walford
  • "Ralph Wood" figures: who modelled and made them? / Wynne Hamilton Foyn
  • Tiles
  • An Antwerp tile from Tudor England / Timothy Wilson
  • Encaustic tiles from Worcester / John Sandon
  • American connections
  • William Rogers of Yorktown, Virginia: America's first stoneware potter / Robert Hunter
  • English slipware in colonial America / Leslie B. Grigsby
  • "Captain John Smith's pots" : a brief survey of the first English pottery brought to Jamestown, Virginia / Beverly A. Straube
  • "A tierce of stone and earthen ware": packing ceramics for shipment to America / Janine E. Skerry
  • Archaeology and social history
  • "An academy of civility, and a free-school of ingenuity": Jonathan's coffeehouse / Hazel Forsyth
  • Ceramic toys and trifles: some medieval playthings and a knight of Kingston-type ware / Geoff Egan
  • Merry-Andrew and the black pudding: a mementoo of Southwark fair / Chris Green
  • A face from the past: a unique Surrey-Hampshire borderware find from Shoreditch, London / Jacqueline Pearce
  • The Royal Abbey at Faversham, Kent / Brian Philp
  • White painted façades:determiningg the function of a post-medieval industrial pottery vessel / Frank Meddens
  • Museum collections
  • Still life in Bond Street / Tessa Murdoch
  • Seventeenth- and eighteenth-centuryEnglish pottery in the collections of the National Gallery of Victoria / Amanda Dunsmore
  • Jonathan Horne's writings
  • Books published by Jonathan Horne Publications (JHP)
  • Bibliography
  • Photographic credits and colophon.