2 edition of Wrotham slipware and the Wrotham brickyard. found in the catalog.
Wrotham slipware and the Wrotham brickyard.
A. J. B. Kiddell
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For the very thirsty we offer our decorated drinking vessel - the largest we offer. Multi handled cups like these were popular in the 17th century. The design is carved into the clay with a sharp instrument before the glaze is applied and the piece is fired. Modeled after pieces of pottery in the town of Wrotham in Ken. Wrotham Arts Festival The Wrotham Steam and Transport Rally (c) Roger Beaumont Held every two years; NEXT: May 5th-7th ; June / July. Wrotham Steam & Transport Rally; Wrotham Village Fete; The bonfire prior to the fireworks (c) R Beaumont August. Wrotham Music Festival; October. Wrotham Fireworks Bonanza. December. Wrotham.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 80 pages: illustrations (some color), map ; 27 cm. Contents: Introduction --Clays, glazes, and shaping techniques --Decorative techniques --Metropolitan (London) Slipware --Wrotham Slipware --Southwest of England slipware --Staffordshire and other midlands counties slipware --Slipware from other or unidentified regions. Wrotham and Metropolitan - 17th Century Before Staffordshire types, these early slip wares featured darker, more rustic decorations. Wrotham features a dark slip covered the entire vessel and another slip design was dropped on top in naturalistic designs. Metropolitan are more ginger in color.
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Wrotham Water: Photos, maps, personal memories and local books of Wrotham Water. Francis Frith The UK’s leading publisher of local photographs since Sign-in or Register. Gift Cards Help Contact Us UK (£) Choose A Francis Frith Shop UK (£) For UK &. Bottle - /25 - England, Possibly Staffordshire - Origin: Wrotham, Date: –, Medium: Tin-glazed earthenware with slipware decoration, Town sign of Wrotham, the village on the Pilgrims' Way in Kent, where Peaches Geldof was found dead in her home.
E.J.B. Kiddell, 'Wrotham Slipware and the Wrotham Brickyard', Transactions, English Ceramic Circle,Vol. III, pt. 2, p. S The Longridge Catalogue. Lot Essay John Livermore is the earliest of five eminent potters who worked at the Wrotham pottery.
Dated pieces range from to and Livermore died in Brickyard Books of North Yarmouth, Maine is a small business that lists and sells books online through Amazon, Alibris and or via direct contact with customers.
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Dimensions. Height: cm, Diameter: cm. Object history note. Formerly in the Marryat Collection. Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jermyn Street.
Historical context note. 18th Centry Slipware Made in North Staffordshire; about William Fishley Holland English slipware tyg c Studio Pottery.
This masterpiece tyg is clearly inspired by 17th century Wrotham slipware (Kent). Wrotham pieces, which are to years old, sell for thousands of pounds. The kilns were situated a short half mile north of Wrotham station and made mostly slipware. The were called TYGS and the few ones that are left can been seen in Maidstone Museum.
As you approach the junction with Borough Green Road you turn right and walk towards the High Street passing WROTHAM HOUSE on the left and THE OLD VICARAGE on the right. In and electoral registers were not published and so the first record of the inhabitants of Platt Parish we have during the Great War are from the roll.
This of course does not include children, but due to the Act, both men (aged 21+) and women (aged 30+) are included for the first. A WROTHAM STYLE SLIPWARE FOUR HANDLED TYG INITIALLED AND DATED 'G R ', of tapering form with double loop handles having applied decoration, the body also decorated with various emblems to include thistles, shamrock, rose and crown etc., H cm, Dia.
cm, overall W 24 cm. For a detailed account of the Wrotham potters, see A. Kiddell, "Wrotham Slipware and the Wrotham Brickyard", English Ceramic Circle Transactions, Vol. 3, part 2,pp.where the author notes some biographical details of the Ifield family of potters.
It is presumed that the Henry Ifield recorded in the Hearth Tax Rolls of One mile east of Wrotham, in Messrs. Pascall's brickyard at Platt, the junction with tile underlying Folkestone Sand is seen. Here the mammillatum-zone is exposed and is repre- sented in the northern face of the pit by 3ft.
of glauconitic sand containing the phosphatic nodules with small attached quartz pebbles so characteristic of this horizon. Mark Twain once famously said "there was but one solitary thing about the past worth remembering, and that was the fact that it is past and can't be restored."Ê Well, over recent years, The British Library, working with Microsoft has embarked on an ambitious programme to digitise its collection of 19th century : Frances Heath.
Freshfield. A tyg datedfrom the Longridge Collection, is illustrated by Leslie B. Grigsby, The Longridge Collection of English Slipware and Delftware, London,Vol.
1, p. S Further pieces bearing the initials 'N H' are listed by A. Kiddell, 'Wrotham Slipware and the Wrotham Brickyard', English Ceramic Circle Transactions, Vol. Books & Printed Matter. These items are not sold subject to collation and are not returnable once removed from the premises. Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture.
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The Wrotham Shop GV II Shop, originally rear premises of National Westminster Bank. C14 and C18 Roughcast with parapet to plain tiled roof, terminated as return half-gable to left. 2 storeys; 2 window front, glazing bar sashes on 1st floor, C20 splayed double shop.
EARLY SLIPWARE The use of slip (liquid clay) to pipe simple designs onto clay vessels was familiar to Roman potters and became popular in The Netherlands after The farmer-potters of Wrotham, Kent were influenced by slipware bowls from The Netherlands and also by stoneware bottles from Germany, with applied moulded decoration.
In Wrotham, Kent, where slipware was made from c. to c.a reddish clay was used for elaborate mugs (known as 'tygs'), posset pots and other wares, now rare. Wrotham forms include loving cups, candlesticks, and puzzle jugs. For a detailed account of the Wrotham potters, see A. Kiddell, "Wrotham Slipware and the Wrotham Brickyard", English Ceramic Circle Transactions, Vol.
3, part 2,pp.where the author notes some biographical details of the Ifield family of is presumed that the Henry Ifield recorded in the Hearth Tax Rolls of is the maker 'HI' whose initials Kiddell.
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