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Tin enamelled pottery: maiolica, delft, and other stanniferous faience

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Barber, Edwin Atlee, 1851-1916
Tin enamelled pottery: maiolica, delft, and other stanniferous faience
New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1907
7 p. l., [5]-51 p. front., illus., 23 pl. 24 cm.

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Contents

[Frontispiece] Maiolica tile panel

[Title page] Tin enamelled pottery: maiolica, delft and other stanniferous faience

Note

Prefatory

[Contents] Contents, pp. [1] ff.

[Contents] Illustrations, pp. [2]-[3]

Tin enamelled pottery, pp. [4]-[5]

Characteristics, p. [5]

Origin, p. [5]

I. Maiolica, p. 6

Processes, p. 6

Forms of maiolica vessels, pp. 6-7

Styles of decoration, pp. 7-8

Italy, pp. 8-12 ff.

Spain, pp. 13-14

Portugal, p. 14

Mexico, pp. 14-17

II. Delft, p. 17

Holland, pp. 17-19

England, pp. 20-23

III. Stanniferous faience of other European countries, p. 23

France, pp. 23-31

Germany, pp. 31-33

Sweden, pp. 33-34 ff.

Denmark, p. 35

Belgium, pp. 35-36

Hungary, p. 36

The United States, pp. 36-37

Marks on tin enamelled pottery, pp. 37-[45]

Recapitulation of principal features of tin enamelled pottery, pp. 46-[48]

Index, pp. [49]-51


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