2 edition of Staffordshire portrait figures found in the catalog.
Staffordshire portrait figures
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Staffordshire Portrait Figures. Staffordshire Portrait Figures Request an Image. first edition by HALL, John. New York, The World Publishing Company, , First American edition (so stated). 8vo (6 1/4" x 8 1/2"). 61 color plates. Dust jacket by Guiseppe Garibaldi (unclipped). No signatures or bookplates.. 1st Edition. Get this from a library! Staffordshire portrait figures of the Victorian age.. [Thomas Balston; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)].
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To read this book is to share Pugh's love for the subject of the book - Staffordshire Portrait Figures. Their massive variety and their importance at the time, showing notable public figures - the Royal Family, politicians, soldiers, foreign dignitaries, actors etc.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(5). RTS are happy to help the experienced collector to source a particular figure or figures following a theme or genre and the new collector (see “The New Collector”) who is seeking to learn more about Staffordshire figures and either establish a new collection or add to an existing starter collection.
RTS Antiques are always interested in buying individual figures or whole collections. Address: RTS Antiques, 27A Wood St, Garston, Liverpool, L19 2LU, Merseyside, UK Phone: +44 (0) // Staffordshire portrait figures book (0) Email: [email protected] Working Days/Hours: Mon - Sun / GMT.
This is a Victorian Staffordshire figure of Jules Perrot playing the role of Albrecht in the London theater performance of Giselle. It is approximately 9 inches tall and is circa This figure may be found in Pugh's Staffordshire Portrait Figures book, pagefigure Balston, Thomas; Staffordshire Portrait Figures; Farber and Farber Ltd., London Barber, Edwin Atlee; Ceramic Collectors' Glossary; Da Capo Press, New York Battie, David & Turner, M; Price Guide to th Century British Pottery; Antique Collectors Club.
The definitive book on staffordshire. I'm delighted that this 'bible' of antique Staffordshire portrait figures was revised and reprinted in The book itself is just gorgeous. It would fall into the category of a 'coffee table' book if it weren't so useful.
Much Staffordshire is difficult to identify, which is why this book 5/5(2). Staffordshire portrait figures Staffordshire portrait figures (Letts all-colour collectors guides) John Hall.
Published by Charles Letts and Co. Ltd. looking at a colour plate of it is the best way of learning to identify and appreciate Staffordshire portrait figures. The colour plates in this book are intended for just such a purpose. Staffordshire portrait figures (Letts all-colour collectors guides) [Hall, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Staffordshire portrait figures (Letts all-colour collectors guides)/5(2). Get this from a library. Staffordshire portrait figures. [John Hall] -- Contains 61 color plates of Stafforrdshire pottery figures.
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Pugh was a prolific collector of Staffordshire portrait figures and naval ceramics amassing a collection of over 5, pieces. in he loaned the collection to the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery in Stoke-on-Trent. This arrangement continued until when Pugh emigrated to South Africa and he offered to sell the collection to the museum.
Victorian Staffordshire FiguresBook One is the definitive work on Portrait figures, and also includes Naval and Military, and Theatrical and Literary Characters (including Opera, Ballet, and Circus). Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you 5/5(7). Stock No: Height: "/19 cms Reference: P.D.
Gorden Pugh's book, Staffordshire Portrait Figures, page B, Fig 11 Price: £ A very rare portrait figure of Sir Robert Peel standing.
This figure was part of the late Mr Appleton collection and has great provenance, it is the actual figure that was used for the illustration in P.D.
Gorden Pugh's book, Staffordshire Portrait Figures. The figure was described in P.D. Gordon Pugh’s Staffordshire portrait figures book as “MONKEY PLUCK." The monkey has a pannier in its back, and a barrel at its side.
Legend has it that monkeys were trained by monks to pick the choice inaccessible “cloud mist” green tea. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Staffordshire Portrait Figures Order Form Victorian Era, E34 at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products!Seller Rating: % positive. Bibliography: p. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; imagesPages:. New York, Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine.
First U.S. Edition. Fine in a Fine DJ. Stated First American Edition. A Collector's Guide to Staffordshire Portrait Figures. 61 color plates. Clean, tight and unmarked copy. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # There is something utterly irresistible about antique Staffordshire figures.
It could be the naïf, folk art appeal of a pair of dogs for the mantle, a figure of a member of the royal family riding a goat, or just an unknown child standing with a dog and a bird that catches the eye when you purchase your first, or most recent, piece.Get this from a library!
Staffordshire portrait figures: and allied subjects of the Victorian era: including the definitive catalogue. [P D Gordon Pugh].