3 edition of The collection of Victorian Staffordshire portrait figures found in the catalog.
The collection of Victorian Staffordshire portrait figures
On spine : Victorian Staffordshire portrait figures.
|Other titles||Victorian Staffordshire portrait figures., The David Robinson collection of theatrical figures.|
|Statement||will be sold at auction by Christie, Manson & Woods on Monday, June 7, 1971.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p.,  leaves of plates ;|
|Number of Pages||76|
This book tells the story of these Staffordshire pottery figures, which sold in their thousands to stand on the mantelpieces of Christian families, both Protestant and chapters provide a social history context: the religious background, an assessment of who purchased the figures, the Victorian home and how it was furnished. Over historical ceramic figures encompass the wide range of themes depicted by Staffordshire potters between and bright color photos include portraits, naval and military figures, theatrical and literary characters, religious and temperance figures, hunters, shepherds.
A very rare chance to add to your theatrical or circus figure collection. Height 6 1/2 inch. Circa Referenced in every notable work on Victorian Staffordshire Figures including; Anthony Oliver, The Victorian Staffordshire Figure. P D G Pugh, Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era. Harding, A. & H., Victorian Staffordshire Figures , Books ; Schiffer Publishing Ltd.; Atglen, Pennsylvania, An informal listing of books covering Staffordshire pottery Bagdade, Susan And Al; Warman's English & Continental Pottery And Porcelain, Second Edition; Wallace-Homestead Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania.
- Explore Celeste Goulding's board "Staffordshire Figures" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Staffordshire, Figures, English pottery pins. Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era by P.D. Gordon Pugh, p, fig Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book One by A&N. Harding, p, fig Materials.
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Synopsis When this book was first published in it provided precisely what the collector of Staffordshire portrait figures had long required: an extensive photographic record of the 1, or so portrait figures which were produced in the nineteenth century and which encapsulate so much of the history of Victorian England.5/5(5).
Verified Purchase 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. is captivating.5/5(5).
Books A & N Harding Victorian Staffordshire FiguresBook 2 Major Cyril Earle ” The Earle Collection “ Enquire about this piece. Read More. Quick View.
Books P.D Gordon Pugh Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era (3rd Edition). Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Age by Balston, Thomas and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Age by Balston Thomas - AbeBooks.
Later Admiral Pugh's book Staffordshire Portrait Figures and Allied Subjects of the Victorian Era became the standard work on the subject. He collected with taste and discernment, taking care to acquire not only the figures themselves, but the illustrations which were often their inspiration.
Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book 3. & N. Harding & N. Harding. Victorian Staffordshire Figures Addendum. & N. Harding. Victorian Staffordshire Figures Dogs.
& N. Harding. Sherratt. A Natural Family of Staffordshire Potters. Malcolm & Judith Hodkinson. Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Age. Here in Georgetown, we live in the mother lode of antiquities, an antique community where relics are everywhere we look. Since Georgetowners interact with history every day in our 18th- and 19th-century homes and on our cobblestoned streets, it’s easy to stop actually seeing the objects and places that inform our daily lives.
So it’s interesting to delve a bit into the what and why of the. With the aid of grants, donations and an appeal fund the collection was purchased, and became known as The Pugh Collection of Victorian Staffordshire Figures.
His book "Staffordshire Portrait Figures and Allied Subjects of the Victorian Era" became the standard work on the subject. Personal life. During the Victorian era they made ’s of different figures, be they portrait figures made to represent an event or person, decorative figures to brighten up a home or animals to place on a mantlepiece.
There are some very good books on Victorian Staffordshire figures, including by Pugh and a series (that you really need to own if you. 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. Description When this book was first published in it provided precisely what the collector of Staffordshire portrait figures had long required: an extensive photographic record of the 1, or so portrait figures which were produced in the nineteenth century and which encapsulate so much of the history of Victorian England.
separate items from a collection formed by the donor, the author of the book on the subject 'Staffordshire Portrait Figures', Includes members of the Royal Family, politicians, soldiers, sporting characters, actors and criminals. Theatrical Figure of Jules Perrot 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. Staffordshire Portrait Figures Of The Victorian Age Book. Condition is Used.
Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd. This is collectors guide to the production and designs of Staffordshire portrait figures of the Victorian era. Written by Thomas Balston and published in It has 52 b & w plates and is in good condition. Staffordshire portrait figures of the Victorian age.
Author: Thomas Balston ; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. About the Author Stephen Duckworth has been collecting Victorian Staffordshire pottery religious figures for 40 years. In Britain, he is a member of the English Ceramic Circle (ECC) and Northern Ceramic Society.
He has given papers on religious figures and on preacher ceramics published in the ECC Transactions and Reviews: 2. Condition: Very Good. Pugh, P.D. Gordon. Staffordshire Portrait Figures and Allied Subjects of the Victorian Era.
New York: Praeger Publishing, pp. Indexed. Illustrated. Bibliography. Square 4to. Red cloth. Book condition: Very good with gently rubbed and. Schiffer Publishing Victorian Staffordshire Figures Portraits, Decorative & Other Figures, Dogs & Other Animals, Later Reproductions - Since the s, the best Victorian Staffordshire ceramic figures pieces have achieved values rivaling porcelain figures from Dresden and Meissen.
Over beautiful images here display the figures produced from onward at their best, both. Two Victorian Staffordshire pottery portraitTwo Victorian Staffordshire pottery portrait figures, Shakespeare and Garibaldi, 19in. and one other large Victorian Staffordshire portrait figure, in.
A Victorian Staffordshire flat back clock A Victorian Staffordshire flat back clock 'figure group of a seated highlander and his lady companion.
Staffordshire portrait figures: and allied subjects of the Victorian era: including the definitive catalogue. Print book: English: New and rev. edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) # Pottery figures, Victorian--England--Staffordshire\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema.
Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era. by Pugh | 1 Jan VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES (Schiffer Book for Collectors) by ADRIAN HARDING Victorian Staffordshire Figures Second Addendum: Bk.
4 (Schiffer Book. A pearlware figure oozing with all the features of a pre-Victorian English figure is taken to a British museum and is considered to be continental!
To add insult to injury, the Willett figures is pictured in my Staffordshire Figureswhich I donated to that museum, and it is also in Stella Beddoe's A Potted History, which should be.29cm high bears Pugh collection label to reverse (slight chips and wear) Footnotes Provenance: From the Gordon Pugh Collection and illustrated in his book Staffordshire Portrait Figures of the Victorian Era, p, fig