My book: The Origins of Worcester Porcelain is now available
for advance order. The printers have been paid & are processing
the book: 592 pages in A4 size. There are over 1000 colour images
in the book and sample pages are available upper right.
Orders must be received by December 31st 2017 to qualify
following pricing. I do not have facilities to accept payments by
card but payment may also be made by Paypal (at an additional cost
of £2) to: email@example.com
Payment, Post & Package options:
OPTION ONE - £50 in total
Payment by cheque only & collect from Hallow or I will deliver
FOC in the
Worcester area.OR receive your copy personally at the NCS 15th Winter
Weekend Seminar, 26th January 2018.
PLEASE RESERVE FOR ME ....... COPIES @ £50 ...................
OPTION TWO - £58 in total
Payment by cheque only. Delivered by Hermes to UK only.
PLEASE RESERVE FOR ME ....... COPIES @ £58 ...................
PLUS PAYPAL FEES @ £2 PER BOOK....................................
TOTAL ENCLOSED £.......................................
Please make cheques payable to Ray Jones & REMEMBER TO INCLUDE
YOUR NAME & ADDRESS
Return to: Ray Jones,
FOR OVERSEAS RATES not covered below and other enquiries:
Tel. 01905 640014 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ONE BOOK INCLUDING PAYPAL FEES & DELIVERY: USA: $ 110;
CANADA- 135 CAD; AUSTRALIA - 140 AUD; IRELAND - 75 EUR
The book discuss aspects of ceramic developments in
Great Britain from around the 1720s onwards that brought about, or
had a bearing on, the founding of the Worcester porcelain manufactory.
The book features rare and significant wares (dating prior to 1760)
from the Museum of Royal Worcester, other museums, auction houses
and private collections. The two main pathways discussed are:
1/ The pottery route from Staffordshire & Stourbridge (including
the approximate site of William Shore's pottery and the probable Robert
Podmore connection); Podmore's move to Worcester, the Doctor Wall/
William Davis experiments; and the probable wares produced at Worcester
prior to the purchase of the Lund's Bristol concern. A discussion
of the early careers of William Shore and Benjamin Quarman.
2/ New evidence and discussion of porcelain experimentation from the
1720s onwards embracing soaprock; Thomas Briand's porcelain manufactory
in South London; a survey of A Marked wares; Edward Heylyn
and Bow; the evolution and failure of the Limehouse manufactory; the
wares of the Limehouse manufactory including many images; the emergence
of Benjamin Lund at Bristol and his incredible life story; the possible
Redcliff site of Lund's porcelain works; the wares of the Bristol
manufactory including many images; associations with Delftware; and
other aspects of glasshouses and ceramics in Bristol.
The book tracks the development and the progression of the Warmstry
manufactory to around 1758 with a detailed examination of when mainstream
production commenced and when the extensions to the works were completed
that allowed full scale enamelling to take place. The wares of the
Worcester manufactory to around 1758 including many images. The varying
roles of the personalities involved are examined.
This book combines connoisseurship, new facts and known history. New
and existing analytical data help support the arguments put forward.
A major contribution by Bill Jay with largely unpublished chemical
data features. Unpublished chemical data conducted at the University
of Norwich on behalf of myself is revealed. Please email me at email@example.com
for any information you require.
LOCAL WORCESTERSHIRE BOOKS
ALL PRICES INCLUDE DELIVERY OR FREE POST & PACKING LOCALLY
JUST SEND A CHEQUE TO RAY JONES
CHURCH LANE, HALLOW,
OF PHOTOGRAPHY - NOW ONLY £5
THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF SIR ARCHIBALD KEPPEL MACDONALD
- AN EARLY PIONEERING PHOTOGRAPHER
Archibald was the first son of Sir James Macdonald and Lady
Sophia Keppel, daughter of 4th Earl of Albemarle.
ME FOR INFORMATION ON PURCHASING COPIES