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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916 / Anglo-American pottery; old English china with American views, a manual for collectors
(1899)

C. M.,   pp. 94-95


Page 94

ANGLO-AMERiCAN POTTERY.
C. M.
Job Meigh commenced manufacturing china at Hanley, Eng-
land, in the Old Hall works, in 1770. In course of time the
business descended to his son and subsequently to his grand-
son, Charles Meigh, who continued it until 1861. These works
became celebrated for the higily artistic quality of their prod-
uctsand manufactured extensively for the foreign, including the
American trade. Among other things Charles Meigh, between
1830 and 1840, produced a series of American views in various
colors.
DESIGNS BY CHARLES MEIGI.
-Designs in Brown, Light Blue, Purple, etc.-
XVI. Border, Vines and Small Flowers (Chickweed).
"American Cities and Scenery" Series.
("Improved Stone China").
198. Baltimore.
199. Boston from the Dorchester heights.
200. Boston, Mill Dam.
201. Little Falls, N. Y.
202. New York, City Hall.
203. Schuylkill Waterworks (Philadelphia).
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