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by Barbara Blenkinship

Download Wetheriggs Pottery: A History and Collectors Guide eBook
ISBN:
0953486109
Author:
Barbara Blenkinship
Category:
Crafts & Hobbies
Language:
English
Publisher:
Spencer Publications (December 1998)
Pages:
100 pages
EPUB book:
1968 kb
FB2 book:
1492 kb
DJVU:
1269 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
372


My aim in writing this book was to record its transition from a locally based, brownware pottery to one which made "Art Wares" for a growing tourist market in the early part of the 20th century.

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Author : Barbara Blenkinship. Publisher : Spencer Publications.

a history and collectors' guide. by Barbara Blenkinship. The first section of this book deals with the story of the family who ran the pottery for 120 years while the second part is an illustrated catalogue of their wares. Published 1998 by Spencer in . Written in English. Includes bibliography and index.

Wetheriggs Pottery is a pottery on the C3047 road, east of the hamlet of Clifton Dykes, in the civil parish of Clifton . Wetheriggs Pottery: A History and Collectors Guide, Barbara Blenkinship, Spencer Publications, 1998.

Wetheriggs Pottery is a pottery on the C3047 road, east of the hamlet of Clifton Dykes, in the civil parish of Clifton, Cumbria 5 miles (. km) southeast of Penrith. It opened in the mid 19th century providing farm and housewares for local consumption, later the business diversified into craft pottery, and, towards the end of the 20th century became focused as a visitor attraction, and in nature conservation work. Coordinates: 54°37′47″N 2°41′27″W, 5. 29723°N . 90814°W, 5. 29723; -. 90814.

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A Good Collection of Interesting Pottery Reference Books; 'Yorkshire Pots and Potteries' by Heather Lawrence, 'Excavations in the Donyatt Potteries' by R. Coleman-Smith and T. Pearson, 'A Halifax Cider Jar' by Graham Mort, 'Sussex Pottery' by John Manwaring Baines, ''The Synge-Craven Collection of Regional Slipware', 'Wetheriggs Pottery A History and Collector's Guide' by Barbara Blenkinship, and. The pottery centre closed down in 2008 and the site then relaunched as an animal rescue centre, open to the public.

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Wetheriggs Pottery is a pottery on the C3047 road, east of the hamlet of Clifton Dykes, in the civil parish of Clifton, Cumbria 5 miles southeast of Penrith. Coordinates: 54°37′47″N2°41′27″W, 5.

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