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New York Ceramics Fair

Posted in Art Market by Editor on January 30, 2010

At The Magazine Antiques (20 January 2010), Carolyn Kelly surveys a selection of English ceramics:

Whieldon-type creamware platter, Staffordshire, c. 1760 (John Howard)

Ceramics 101: A Sampling of Antique English Wares

With the dizzying array of wares on display this week at the New York Ceramics Fair (20-24 January 2010), it seems like an opportune time to review some of the basics of the medium. Though most of our readers are familiar with names like Wedgwood and Grueby, we’ve rounded-up a few quintessential examples of English ceramics as an introduction to the widely varied styles that have been created in clay. . .

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