18th Century English French Porcelain Chelsea Bow Sevres Chantilly / Scarce Book For Sale
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Beautifully illustrated with 182 color captioned photographs, this early out-of-print book illustrates and describes in depth stunning examples of eighteenth-century English and French porcelain.
THE BOWLES COLLECTION OF 18TH-CENTURY ENGLISH AND FRENCH PORCELAIN by Simon Spero, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. 1995.
A typical museum catalog, the narrative is concisely rich, the photography is brilliant, and representative items and their descriptions are superb. This book contains 182 color plates with complete descriptions including name, terse description, maker and date when known. Covered are porcelain items produced by Chelsea, Bow, Longton Hall, Liverpool, Worcester, Sevres, Chantilly and others. Examples includes plates and bowls, cups and saucers, pitchers and tea pots, sugars and creamers, vases and urns, and many other decorative items. If you are looking for an identification guide, this book may be your key as it presents a broad range of decorative porcelain produced by some of the leading English and French manufacturers during the 18th century.
9” x 10.9” softback in very good condition. 189 pages.
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