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NEWSLETTER INDEX

(A reference to 55.3 means Newsletter 55, page 3)

1, 2, 3, etc

‘45’ mark, 55.3, 58.28, 60.31

A

Absolon, William, 53.5

Adlib software, 82.30

Aesop’s fables, 14.10

Animal figures, 11.14

Arcanum, The (book review), 32.25

Armorials, 85.22

Arras factory, 46.23

Artichoke cups, 23.9

Asparagus servers, 34.11, 56.3, 73.28, 91.32

Asterisk mark, 44.17

Auction, buying at, 91.3, 91.30

Auction results

- 1818 Auctioneers, 79.36

- Adam Partridge, 70.34, 86.34

- Adams, 43.26, 82.35

- A E Dowse, 45.36

- Ahlers & Ogletree, 89.36

- Amersham, 40.27

- Anderson & Garland, 64.24

- Bamfords, 39.37, 43.27, 47.32, 50.38, 54.35, 57.35, 74.34

- Barbara Kirk, 70.33

- Batemans, 70.33, 73.36

- Bawden collection, 63.33

- Barbara Leake collection, 34.22

- Bear Steps Antiques, 40.14

- Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood, 63.35, 72.34, 79.32

- Bellmans, 55.36

- Bigwoods, 34.22

- Bonhams, 8.9, 9.7, 10.8, 12.13, 12.14, 16.22, 18.24, 22.24, 28.23, 32.17, 34.21, 36.24, 38.24, 40.11, 41.25, 42.27, 43.25, 44.28, 45.34, 47.31, 49.31, 50.38, 52.31, 57.35, 58.34, 67.30, 69.30, 71.34, 75.33, 82.33, 86.36, 88.34, 91.33

- Brightwells, 48.27

- Canterbury Auction Galleries, 35.24, 55.35

- Charles Ross, 73.36

- Charterhouse, 34.22, 90.35

- Cheffins, 91.36

- Chidlow collection, 63.33

- Chiswick Auctions, 69.31

- Chorley’s, 84.33

- Christies, 21.24, 38.23, 43.27, 58.33, 87.35

- Clevedon Salerooms, 84.35, 86.33

- Cotswold Auction Company, 54.34, 79.35

- David Duggleby, 87.36

- David Lay, 52.30

- Diane Pelham Burn collection, 57.32

- Dreweatts, 50.37, 54.35, 57.32, 57.34, 90.34

- Duggleby Stephenson of York, 86.35

- Dunbar Sloane, 76.34

- Durrants, 79.34

- Eastbourne Auctions, 72.34

- eBay, 31.28, 35.24, 36.25, 37.30, 39.38, 40.18, 40.27, 41.26, 42.18, 45.35, 49.32, 50.37, 50.38, 51.27, 51.28, 53.32, 54.34, 54.36, 55.35, 56.31, 56.32, 57.35, 58.33, 59.35, 60.33, 61.35, 62.34, 64.35, 65.34, 65.35, 65.36, 66.32, 67.32, 68.30, 71.34, 72.35, 72.36, 73.35, 74.31, 74.32, 74.35, 75.35, 76.34, 77.33, 78.30, 78.33, 80.34, 81.35, 82.36, 86.33, 87.36, 90.35

- Edmundson collection, 63.34

- Fieldings, 64.35, 70.34, 87.35

- Frank Wheeldon collection, 34.21

- GoldingYoung, 78.32, 81.34

- Gildings, 76.36, 81.34

- Halls Fine Art, 36.24, 41.27, 43.8, 44.27, 49.31, 52.31, 57.36, 58.34, 61.34, 61.36, 63.33, 64.35, 66.31, 67.30, 68.30, 71.32, 72.34, 74.34, 75.33, 76.34, 80.32, 83.31, 85.33, 87.33, 89.33, 90.33, 91.34

- Hartleys, 48.26, 56.31

- Henry Adams, 80.32, 84.34

- Henry Duke, 40.27

- Horners, 65.35, 66.30

- John Nicholson, 55.36, 60.36

- Keys Fine Art, 50.37, 63.35, 69.30, 84.36

- Kidson Trigg, 34.22

- Lacy, Scott & Knight, 49.32

- Law Fine Art, 5.4, 7.19, 9.7, 10.6, 12.13, 14.9, 17.24, 18.24, 20.28, 21.24, 22.24

- Lawrences, 47.32, 51.28, 60.33, 79.35

- Leonard Joel, 77.34, 78.34

- Lindsay Burns, 66.30

- Lyme Bay, 82.35

- Lyon and Turnbull, 47.32, 79.34

- Mallams, 72.36, 74.34

- Mander, 81.35

- Martel Maides, 55.36

- Mellors & Kirk, 34.22, 37.30, 38.23, 41.27, 46.28, 48.27, 49.32, 51.28, 52.32, 62.36, 63.34, 69.31, 70.34, 80.36, 82.35

- Mitchells, 52.30, 78.31, 88.36

- Morphetts, 35.23, 39.37, 60.36

- Mossgreen, 36.25

- Netherhampton, 48.26

- New Orleans Auction Galleries, 37.30

- Nicholas Mellors, 59.36

- Nicholson’s, 57.36

- Nigel Ward, 60.36

- Paul Beighton, 37.30, 62.34, 71.35, 76.35, 79.33, 81.35, 82.33, 84.35

- Peter Wilson, 41.26, 42.27, 46.27, 53.31, 66.31, 69.31, 72.35

- Philip Serrell, 37.30, 62.36

- Pinnick collection, 71.34

- Reeman Dansie, 55.36, 76.34, 77.33, 78.33

- Rosebery, 45.36

- Ryedale, 60.33

- Sawdon collection, 28.23

- Sillito collection, 48.27

- Skinner, 81.35

- Smiths of Newent, 36.25

- Sotheby’s, 46.27

- Southern Counties, 34.22

- Stacey & Co, 69.31

- Stroud Auction Rooms, 64.35, 88.35, 90.35

- Susi and Ian Sutherland collection, 31.23, 32.17

- Sworders, 50.39, 52.31, 66.32, 79.33

- Tayler and Fletcher, 51.28

- Tennants, 49.32, 53.32, 89.35

- Thomas Watson, 66.30, 75.35

- Thomaston Place, 66.31

- Thomson, Roddick & Metcalfe, 68.32

- Toomey & Co, 77.34, 78.34

- Tooveys, 39.38, 60.33, 66.30

- Trevanion Auctioneers and Valuers, 88.35

- Waddingtons, 56.32, 77.35, 78.35

- Watney collection, 4.10

- Woolley & Wallis, 10.8, 35.22, 52.32, 54.35, 59.34, 61.35, 62.34, 64.35, 67.32, 68.32, 71.34, 74.34, 79.32, 79.35, 81.34, 88.36

- Wright collection, 71.32, 73.31, 73.34

- Wright Manley, 41.27

- Wright Marshall, 72.35

- Zorensky sale, 25.30

Auriculae, 63.3

B

Bachelor tea sets, 90.25

Baddeley-Littler, 25.14

Baking dishes, 3.7, 13.28, 17.7

Bartlam, John, 77.7

Basalt, see Black Basalt

Baskets, 11.10, 19.15, 24.20, 61.32, 66.18

Bateman, Samuel, see Samuel Bateman mug

Bell-shaped cups, 64.32

Benthall family, 89.16

Benthall Hall collection, 7.6

Birds, 24.5

Black basalt, 33.13, 61.19, 68.19, 86.15

Borders, 83.3

Botanical decoration, 54.31

Boulton, Matthew 39.31

Bourdalous, 37.19

Bow, 25.8, 26.8

Bowes Museum, 20.5

Braithwaite coat of arms, 63.19

Bread and butter plates, see Saucer dishes

Breakfast wares, 2.5, 4.7, 8.22

Brewer, Samuel, 53.7

Bridgnorth mills, 57.5

Bright Landscapes teabowl, 84.13

Brimstree Loyal Legion jug, 74.17

Bristol, 26.10, 32.13

Britannia and Fame jugs, 77.4, 78.3

British Blue and White Saucers 1745-1795 (book review), 84.21

Broth bowl, see Tureens

Browne family, 89.13, 90.12

Bubble headed figures, 67.5

Bute, Marquess of, 46.3

Bute shape, 46.7, 46.13, 47.29, 48.22, 72.31

Butter boats, 10.12, 13.11, 32.31, 41.17

Butterflies, 27.9

Buttons, 74.3

C

‘C’ mark, 6.9, 10.4, 22.22, 24.9, 26.19, 49.24, 70.6, 80.10

Cabaret égoïste, 90.30

Cabaret sets, 90.25

Cabbage leaf jugs, see Maskhead jugs

Caddy spoons (see also Medicine spoons), 14.35, 41.3

Calcut, 27.16, 27.20, 45.22

Cataloguing, 82.30

Caudle cups, 3.15, 38.3, 85.4

Caughley/ Coalport, 21.28

Caughley estate, 18.16

Caughley House, 82.32

Caughley in Colour Exhibition, 21.14

Caughley marketing analysis, 18.6

Caughley memorial, 8.6, 10.19, 12.15, 73.15, 76.7

Caughley Place, 39.10

Caughley pottery, site of, 55.9

Caughley saggar works, 84.24

Caughley sales 1799/1780, 2.17

Caughley site digs, 1.17, 17.4

Caughley Society meetings

- April 2000, 3.2

- July 2000, 6.21

- October 2000, 4.2

- April 2001, 6.1

- April 2002, 10.2

- October 2002, 12.5

- April 2003, 14.5

- October 2003, 16.4

- April 2004, 18.4

- October 2004, 20.5

- April 2005, 22.3

- April 2006, 27.4

- October 2006, 28.4

- April 2007, 30.4

- October 2007, 32.5

- April 2008, 34.15

- October 2008, 36.28

- April 2009, 38.26

- October 2015, 64.34

Caughley vs. Worcester, 8.9, 13.16, 28.15, 31.14, 34.27, 36.26, 37.26, 41.14, 42.20, 56.7, 56.11, 61.30, 61.32, 65.25, 66.25, 72.11, 91.10

Centre dishes, 59.14

Chaffers, 25.8, 26.11

Chamberlains, 21.19, 29.6, 44.3, 49.19, 60.18, 83.11

Chantilly factory, 61.26

Chelsea ewers, 18.4, 21.25, 30.24

Chestnut baskets, see Baskets

China burning, 90.22

Chinese decoration, 67.26

Chocolate cups, 38.6, 79.4

Chris Brown presentation, 88.3

Christians, 24.13, 25.8, 25.13

Cigarette cards, 53.22

Class A teawares, 44.3, 49.19, 57.7

Clifton Roberts, C, see Roberts, Charles Clifton

Clobbering, 10.14, 11.18, 12.6, 20.20, 28.21, 64.27, 70.31, 83.29

Coal, 14.24

Coalbrookdale, 64.23, 83.20

Coalbrookdale Archives Committee, 8.22

Coalport China, Here’s to, 76.25

Coalport China Museum, 88.30

Coalport copies, 3.20, 8.16, 16.24, 51.15

Coalport, 68.5, 73.23

Cobalt, 19.7

Coffee cans, 13.9, 23.9, 26.16, 36.9

Coffee cups, 6.13, 18.20, 26.7, 26.16, 34.17, 52.21, 54.24, 67.26

Coffee pots, 30.25, 31.20, 32.23, 32.32

Collecting, psychology of, 77.30

Creamers, 3.19, 8.10, 9.13, 9.18, 45.2, 74.29

Crinkled wares, 78.26

Cristall, Joshua, 21.18, 60.7, 76.13

Custard cups, 44.10, 44.14, 78.32, 79.16, 83.16

Cutlery handles, 10.12, 11.2, 67.18

D

Darby, II, Alfred, 77.5

Dated pieces, 9.9, 10.8, 14.18, 17.15, 18.12, 18.5, 18.10, 21.23, 43.9, 60.25, 86.17

Davies, Frederick Thomas, 33.11, 38.17

Davis, George, 21.18

Déjeuner sets, 90.25

Derby, 14.29, 25.8

Dessert dishes, 56.29

Dessert tureen and stand, 75.30

Dinner tureen and stand, 77.13

Dish, covered, 45.9

Dogs, 11.14, 86.10

Dolphin dessert dish, 50.13

Dolphin ewers, 55.22

Drainers, see Strainers

Dry bases, 69.28

Duke of York pieces, 84.3

Dumfries House, 46.3

Duvivier, Fidelle, 21.18, 71.13, 75.33, 76.33, 81.32

Dyas, Edward, painter/engraver, 10.16

E

Early Caughley, 17.15, 20.6, 26.20, 32.20

Ears, 60.26

Earthenware, 13.24, 33.17

Egg cups, 86.6

Egg drainers, see Strainers

Election jug, 9.9, 73.24, 85.24, 87.7

Esme collection, 76.16

Everted rims, 8.5, 17.14, 87.27

F

Figures, 44.29, 72.3

Finger bowls, 29.17, 73.3

Fish Street, Shrewsbury, 55.32

Fisher, Stanley, 24.18

Flow Blue, 70.24

French wares, 27.24, 39.4

Fruit painting, 64.27

G

Gadroon boats, 44.17

Gallimore, Ambrose, 3.10, 8.18, 67.25, 89.13, 90.11

Gallimore family, 90.11

German contemporary factories, 36.17

Gew Graze, see Soapstone

Gilders’ marks, 3.20, 5.5, 5.10, 6.8

Gilding of European ceramics, 50.27

Gilding, red embellishment, 81.4

Giles, James, 28.6, 82.33

Gilt and white, 50.3

Gleanings from Caughley site, 86.10, 89.28

Godden, Geoffrey, obituary, 67.3

Godden’s Guide to English Blue and White Porcelain (book review), 22.20

Green Man, The, 35.15

Griffin Beaufoy White jug, 80.15

Gryphon, 89.24

Guglets, 22.4, 31.21, 66.15

H

Hancock, Robert, 22.14, 36.10, 72.11, 83.5, 84.5, 91.8

Handles, 9.14, 34.17, 38.15

Haslewood, William, jug, 18.10

Hyacinth bulb vase, 71.3

Hybrid hard paste, 18.19, 19.25

I

Icepails, 35.4, 65.13

Imari type decoration, 12.6

In the Footsteps of Fidelle Duvivier (book review), 71.13

Inkstands, 65.3

Inkwells, 30.25, 32.32, 39.8, 40.15, 43.8, 65.9

Iron Bridge, The, 12.9, 33.4, 62.3, 71.9, 79.28

Ius liberorum, 35.18

J

Jardinieres, 29.16, 65.13

John Brierley collection, 7.7

John Rose, 44.3, 45.22

Jugs, reeded, 67.13

K

Kauffman, Angelica, 60.7

Kiln furniture, 20.6

Kiln shape, 73.33

Kilns, bottle, 79.10

L

Ladies Amusement, The, 22.15, 44.22

Lady Ludlow collection, 29.23

Lambs, 72.15

Leaf dishes, see Pickle dishes

Lemon squeezer, toy, 57.23, 63.17

Lids, 65.19

Limehouse, 25.7

Liverpool porcelains, 28.5

Liverpool Porcelain 1756-1804 (book review) 49.2

London warehouse, 30.12

Longton Hall, 25.8, 26.8

Loughborough House, 80.3

Loving cups, 60.14, 89.32

Lowestoft, 14.37, 25.11, 65.25

Luckcock, John, 59.25, 61.7

Lucock, William, 72.28

Lund’s Bristol, 25.8

M

Manlove Vernon Lawrence jug, 59.34

Marriage items, 56.3

Maskhead jugs, 14.18, 15.8, 17.25, 18.26, 26.20, 35.15, 79.18

Maurice’s Monstrosity, 45.9

Maurice Wright presentation, 78.19

Meat pot, see Potting pot

Medicine spoons, 14.35, 41.3, 72.24

Meet the collector, 83.25, 85.30, 91.20

Mercury Antiques, 87.9

Milner family, 21.6

Milseys, 62.29

Miniatures, see Toy wares

Monogrammed pieces, 3.15, 9.7, 10.8, 14.18, 17.15, 17.25, 18.26, 32.30, 32.31, 32.34, 35.18, 38.23, 38.24, 42.28, 46.26, 66.23, 69.27, 86.34, 88.4, 91.28

Monteiths, 39.15

Muchall, John, 21.18

Muffin dishes, 63.19

Mugs, 3.20, 8.8, 9.14, 12.5, 23.12, 30.26, 32.30, 71.29, 82.18, 86.17, 91.22

Mustard, 76.17

Mustard pots, dry, 16.14, 76.17

Mustard pots, wet, 21.24, 76.17

Mustard spoon, 76.31

N

Named pieces, 8.3, 9.6, 14.18, 18.12, 18.14, 43.9, 70.16, 80.15

Nancy Allen jug, 70.16

New Hall, 16.4, 21.20

Newdigate family, 17.8, 18.13, 20.24

O

Obituaries

- Gittins, John, 70.3

- Godden, Geoffrey, 67.3

- Hillis, Maurice, 85.3

- Holloway, Chris, 68.3

- Pinnick, John, 69.3

Old Parr, 54.9

Overglaze printing, 32.14, 37.3

P

Painters, 21.18

Painters’ marks, 3.18

Pandora, The, 7.2

Pap boats, 72.25

Patch box, Ironbridge, 62.10

Pattern book launch, 53.2

Pattern book updates, 53.25, 60.3, 61.3, 63.13, 65.11, 70.4, 70.27, 74.20, 77.4, 85.10

Patterns (Caughley)

- Angeloume Sprigs, 13.13

- Animals, 14.10

- Ark, 9.16, 24.6, 53.25

- Aster, see Single Flowerhead

- Banana Tree, 19.25, 29.20, 78.22

- Bandstand, 16.22, 36.13

- Basket of Flowers, 73.17, 75.27

- Bell Toy, 4.14, 10.3, 68.13

- Bell Toy (reversed), 10.3, 70.4, 70.8

- Bird in a Ring, 24.14

- Birds in Branches, 21.26, 58.27, 87.17, 88.27

- Bouquets, 49.11

- Bowing Men in Bandstand, 80.24

- Bridge and Windmill, 12.6

- Bright Landscapes, 7.8, 14.14, 28.25, 38.19, 46.21, 54.32, 62.18, 66.3, 69.10, 84.13

- Bright Sprigs, 64.3, 84.31

- Britannia & Fame, 20.8

- Britannia and Fame Rose, 77.4

- Broseley Smoker, 51.7

- Cabbage Rose, see Cabbage Rose Sprays

- Cabbage Rose Sprays, 20.8, 26.21

- Cannonball, 24.7, 70.20

- Carnation, 88.17, 90.10

- Central River Scene, 40.8

- Chantilly Sprigs, 7.5, 16.9, 25.15, 28.24, 29.25, 30.30, 61.26

- Chrysanthemum, 70.27

- Classical Rose Swags, 87.29

- Columbine, 42.16

- Contemplation, 1.3, 2.4,

- Cornflower Sprigs, 7.5, 13.15, 17.17

- Crowded Isle, 70.10

- Décor à la Mouche, 16.10, 23.29, 69.15

- Décor au Ronda, 16.11, 23.29, 58.3, 69.15

- Derby Sprigs, 13.15

- Dragon, 20.14

- Eagle, 14.21, 48.15

- Fan-Panelled Landscape, 40.5

- Fence, 29.21, 52.3, 56.11

- Fence and House, 26.4, 32.22

- Fenced Garden, 64.15

- Fisherman, 7.4, 26.12, 47.3, 53.11, 55.20, 56.27, 70.24, 73.28, 86.23, 87.12

- Fitzhugh Border, 64.32, 65.33, 66.21

- Flaming Rock, see Scholar’s Rock

- Floral Festoons, 59.13

- Floral Roundel, 47.15

- Flowery Cartouche, 82.24

- French Sprigs, 7.5, 13.13, 32.12

- Fruit Sprigs, see Sliced Apple

- Garden Floral, 34.4, 35.25

- Garden Table, 34.5

- Gillyflower, 2.14, 3.9, 29.22, 45.9, 51.2, 65.11

- Gilt and White, 50.17, 52.24, 53.27, 53.28

- Gilt Rose Sprigs, 7.5

- Gilt Rosebud Sprigs, 7.5

- Globe Flower Sprays, 60.3

- Gold Star and Husk Festoons, 65.24

- Gold Star Border, 7.5

- Heart-Panelled Floral, 40.9

- Heart-Panelled Landscape, 40.8

- Holed Rock, see Scholar’s Rock

- Hope, 76.9

- House in the Swamp, see Houses and Swamp

- Houses and Swamp, 41.25

- Image, see Mother and Child

- Iron Bridge 1, 12.9, 17.25, 62.3, 68.5, 71.9

- Iron Bridge 2, 33.4, 62.10

- Island, 7.4

- Island Sampan, see Rock Strata Island

- K’ang Hsi Lotus, 32.27

- L’Amitie, 40.10, 41.8, 41.10, 56.22, 77.26, 78.29, 85.27

- Ladies Sprigs, 7.5, 13.13

- Locré Sprigs 11.16, 13.9, 14.23, 29.24, 76.23

- Loyal Volunteers, 74.20, 75.5, 86.35

- Man in Sampan, see Central River Scene

- Marrow, 41.12

- Mother and Child, 2.12, 4.14

- Narcissus, 60.3

- Natural Sprays, 20.9, 26.20, 69.16

- Naturalistic Sprays, see Natural Sprays

- Noah’s Ark, see Ark

- Oil-Spotted-Ground Floral, 88.13

- Ornate Border, see Régence

- Parrot Pecking Fruit, 91.5

- Pêche, La, 22.14, 22.27, 72.11

- Pickle Leaf Spray, 70.29

- Pickle Leaf Vine, 20.18

- Pleasure Boat, see Fisherman

- Prince of Wales Feathers, 54.36, 61.15

- Promenade Chinoise, La, 22.14, 22.27, 72.11

- Provençal Rose, 62.32, 63.31, 64.26

- Rearing Horse, 76.3

- Red Spot Flower, 88.8

- Régence, 27.26

- Ribbon Spray, 63.13

- Rich Queens, 76.27

- Rock and Willow, 12.29, 13.27, 26.13, 29.18, 48.3

- Rock Strata Island 26.10

- Rose, 28.15

- Rose-Centred Spray, 49.23

- Rose Festoons, 11.6, 65.31

- Rose Hip, 47.25

- Roses and Sprigs, 35.27

- Royal Lily, 4.7, 35.18, 79.29

- Salopian Peony, 85.10

- Salopian Sprigs, 7.5, 52.25

- Scholar’s Rock, 25.22, 40.4

- Single Central Flower, see Single Flowerhead

- Single Flowerhead 5.7, 6.10, 16.6, 17.15, 20.6, 58.8

- Sliced Apple, 13.16

- Sloping Rock and Tree, see Rock and Willow

- Sparse Sprigs, see Locré Sprigs

- Sparce Sprigs and Ermine, 86.4

- Stalked Apple, see Stalked Fruit

- Stalked Fruit, 14.16, 16.23, 20.6, 26.9

- Striped Temple, 51.19, 52.19

- Teabowls, 58.11

- Temple, 7.12, 26.14, 31.14

- Terre, La, 2.13, 80.13, 81.20, 82.5

- Thorny Rose and Lily, see Thorny Rose

- Thorny Rose, 20.8, 44.24, 69.19

- Three Flowers, 4.11, 7.5, 9.11, 14.22, 25.29, 58.25

- Three Flowers and Hips, 58.23

- Tournai, see Décor à la Mouche and Décor au Ronda

- Tower, 22.25, 23.4, 81.9, 85.12, 89.10

- Travellers, 10.11, 26.13, 43.3, 61.23, 70.22, 81.26, 84.16

- Travellers (Liverpool), 81.26

- Tulip Spray, 61.3, 72.21

- Vase and Lantern, 34.9, 35.25

- Vases and Table, see Vase and Lantern

- Vase of Flowers, 28.18

- Vulture, see Eagle

- Waiting Chinaman, 30.25

Patty pans, 16.12

Pearlware, 89.10

Pickle dishes, 5.8, 16.3, 20.18, 30.24, 43.19

Pickle sets, 8.15

Pilkington Collection, 73.23

Plymouth, 25.8

Polychrome decoration, 6.19, 8.11, 9.18, 10.13, 13.13, 16.26, 19.19, 21.14, 24.18, 26.8, 45.3, 45.19, 47.18, 52.21, 54.17, 55.27, 71.29, 83.12, 84.12, 86.3, 89.5

Potters wheel, 19.21

Potting pots, 54.21, 80.26, 83.4

Pounce pots, 30.28, 63.27

Powder blue, 38.12, 40.3

Prices, 11.8, 14.8, 22.26, 30.27, 62.26

Prince of Wales service, 61.15

Printing process, 1.14, 87.15

Printing plates, 46.25, 60.10, 64.9

Provenance, 23.11

Providence bowl, 53.5

Prunus Root pattern, 24.15

Pulls, 60.10

Q

R

Radish dishes, 31.21, 54.3

Railways, 75.24

Rarities, 29.15, 30.22, 31.18, 32.13, 32.30

Rea, E H, bowl, 66.23

Replacement wares, 22.30, 23.9, 23.25

Restoration, 6.11, 82.20

Reynolds, Horton & Rose, 45.22

Rice spoons, 20.26, 31.20, 32.33

Riveting, 38.9, 39.35, 42.11, 42.14, 51.6, 63.29, 90.20

Roberts, Charles Clifton, 60.11, 64.9, 74.10, 74.15

Robin beak jugs, 41.14

Rose, 3.20, 16.25

Rosehill House collection, 7.7

Rouge pots, 55.15, 56.13, 56.15, 56.17

Rowley’s House Museum, Shrewsbury, 19.18

S

‘S’ mark, 3.16, 4.5, 9.13, 20.25, 24.9, 29.14, 30.17, 54.18, 58.25, 58.31

Saffer pots, see Spittoons

Saffron pots, see Spittoons

Saggar works, 75.13, 84.24

St James, 25.8

Sale results (members)

- April 2000, 2.2

- October 2000, 4.3

- April 2001, 6.6

- October 2001, 8.24

- October 2002, 12.28

- April 2003, 14.38

- April 2004, 18.29

- October 2004, 20.29

- October 2005, 24.22

- October 2007, 32.8

- April 2008, 34.25

- October 2008, 37.32

- April 2009, 38.26

Salopian Warehouse, London, see London warehouse

Samuel Bateman mug, 57.3, 73.3, 78.7

Sandby, Paul, 43.3, 61.23, 84.16, 89.12

Sandwich set, 41.22

Sauceboats, 19.22, 20.23, 25.7, 28.15, 33.16, 46.17, 57.20

Saucer dishes, 12.19, 86.3, 86.31, 89.5

Schreiber, Lady Charlotte, 87.9

Scoops, see Wine tasters

Shapes, tea service, 78.14

Shards, 45.27, 80.12, 86.10

She Kaw, 20.22

Sheep, 49.3, 86.13

Shell desert dishes, 34.27

Sixteen sided teawares, 27.16, 27.20, 29.17

Slaney, Major Robert, 74.19, 78.7

Slavery, see Sugar and slavery

Smith, Hubert, 15.6, 56.23

Soaprock Coast (book review), 49.2

Soapstone, 11.21, 13.21, 15.12, 19.11, 42.5

Sorbet pots, 31.18

Sparrow beak jugs, 9.11, 19.19, 30.23

Spiking, 26.26, 62.15, 63.26, 63.27

Spittoons, 1.11, 2.4, 43.12, 44.31, 64.19, 69.20, 77.15, 89.8

Spode, 72.33

Spoons, 47.15

Spoon trays, 66.9,67.12, 69.20, 74.22, 79.22

Spoon tray reverse inscription, 74.22

Stanier-Smith, Hubert, see Smith, Hubert

Stapling, see Riveting

Stands, teapot, 57.25

Star-shaped dish, 64.24

Stick-pin, 7.7, 8.23

Strainers, 17.14, 32.31, 58.32, 62.29

Studs, 74.3

Sucriers, see Sugar boxes

Sugar and slavery, 87.3

Sugar boxes, 66.25

T

Table settings, 90.3

Tally marks, 20.25, 22.26, 23.5, 23.7, 24.9, 25.14, 25.26

Tart pans, see Patty pans

Teabowls, 58.11, 69.21

Tea canisters, 9.8, 9.12, 16.16, 30.6, 30.23, 32.10, 36.26, 37.26, 38.22, 42.20, 56.11

Tea cups, 55.30

Tea drinking, 23.8, 75.16

Tea measures, see Wine tasters

Tea pots, 45.11, 48.24, 57.7, 57.14, 71.25, 74.31, 75.32

Tempesta, Antonio, 76.3

Toulouse, John, 57.9

Tournai, 19.4, 20.11, 23.27, 25.16

Toy Wares, 7.4, 57.23, 61.26, 66.7

Transitional paste, 9.21, 10.14, 49.25

Transport at Caughley, 71.15

Trefoil dish, 16.15

Trial mug, 83.28

Tudor, Thomas Linthwaite, 59.10

Tumblers, 4.7, 50.35, 51.22

Tureens, 36.11, 37.27, 38.21, 39.35, 40.26, 54.13, 61.14, 68.27

Turks, see Figures

Turner, Dorothy (née Gallimore), 90.14

Turner, Richard, 69.5, 80.3, 91.13

Turner, Thomas, history 2.8, 3.6, 7.14, 8.2, 8.18, 9.2, 10.5, 17.8, 19.7, 21.6, 21.8, 23.15, 29.26, 39.3, 39.4, 39.10, 39.19, 39.24, 39.28, 39.31, 55.9, 71.15, 73.14, 74.10, 82.15, 89.3, 91.12

Turner coat of arms, 39.28, 40.25, 91.15

Turner Gallimore Salopian mark, 20.9, 72.21

Turning lathe, 17.29, 19.20

Tureen, dessert, 66.29

U

Underglaze printing, 36.15

V

Vases, 3.6, 32.30, 40.20, 48.10

Vauxhall, 25.8

Vienna cabaret service, 71.9, 72.29

Vivares, François, 83.21

W

W Rowe mug, 80.17

Washington, George, 12.26

Water bottles, see Guglets

Wenlock Borough, 39.24

Wenlock Loyal Volunteers, 39.19, 75.3

West Pans, 25.8

White Dot Borders, 80.20, 85.5

Wigton, Countess of, 69.5

Wilberforce, William, 35.9

Wilkes, John, 55.3, 55.8

Willem V, 52.12

Willey Old Hall, 75.7

Williams Wynn family, 58.5

Wine tasters, 14.28, 15.10, 17.6

Wirksworth, 10.5, 59.3

Withers, Edward, 36.4, 37.24

Worcester, 25.8, 25.18, 25.24, 26.8, 32.17, 36.6, 65.25

Wylde, Ralph, 55.29

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