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Characterized by a cottage industry quaintness, Staffordshire figures were known as "image toys" and "chimney ornaments" in their day. Countless subjects were produced but the animal models comprise a Noah's Ark of some of the most charming and endearing figures. Today, Staffordshire animals are among the bestselling and most widely collected /5(3).

Recommended reading on antique Staffordshire pottery, pearlware and creamware. Staffordshire Figures My bookshelves are packed with books relating to all aspects of pottery production, from design to manufacture.

The A list includes books I think will be of most interest to figure collectors. Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments. Staffordshire chimney ornaments by Haggar, Reginald and a great selection of related books, The book has been rebound in a smart binding of tan leather over cream boards with gilt spine lettering and decoration, an armorial bookplate has been laid down onto publication page.

This book comes from the collection of Yorkshire bookbinder and. Stock No: Height: 10 x 8 Inches / 26 x 20 cm Reference: Reginald Haggar" Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments" Price: £ Reginald Haggar Staffordshire chimney ornaments. book Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments. Painter, designer, art director, art school principal, writer, lecturer, ceramic historian Born in Ipswich, Suffolk.

Haggar studied painting in Ipswich and then 'pictorial design' at the Royal College of Art. Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments. Reginald Haggar. ISBN: HB with d/j.

plus 5 pp. of full colour pl. plus 98 b/w pl. x mm.

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() Phoenix House Ltd: London. Book very good with slight wear/discolouration at top and bottom of sp. D/j. is chipped on edges + corners and is price-clipped. STCHOHag.B. £ Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book 1.

& N. Harding. Victorian Staffordshire Figures Book 2. & N. Harding. Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments. Reginald Haggar. Collecting Staffordshire Pottery. Louis T. Stanley. Creamware and other English Pottery at Temple Newsam Hose Leeds. Peter Walton. Book Accessories Children's Books Art & Photography Books There are chimney ornaments for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average.

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The most popular color. You guessed it. The New General and Commercial Directory of Staffordshire (), reprinted in A Directory of the Staffordshire Potteries,Stafford County Council Local History Source Book L43 (Staffordshire: Staffordshire County Council Education Department, ), pp. 20– 4. This comprehensive new reference focuses on the variety of animal figures produced in Staffordshire during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Characterized by a cottage industry quaintness, Staffordshire figures were known as "image toys" and "chimney ornaments" in their day. Countless. An informal listing of books covering Staffordshire pottery Bagdade, Susan And Al; Warman's English & Continental Pottery And Porcelain, Second Edition; Wallace-Homestead Book Company, Radnor, Pennsylvania Reginald; Staffordshire Chimney Ornaments; Phoenix House, London ; Halfpenny, Pat; English Earthenware Figures ; Antique.

Staffordshire Potteries Title Chimney Ornament: Baptism of Mary Origin Staffordshire Date – Medium Glazed earthenware with polychrome enamel decoration Inscriptions Inscribed "Baptism of Mary" Dimensions 21 × × cm (8 1/4 × 9 × 5 in.) Credit Line Kate S.

Buckingham Collection Reference Number Extended information. Turner William and John Turner, whose manufactory was in the High Street, have been previously referred to in this work (page 56).They were among the best and most successful potters at the end of the eighteenth century and early part of the nineteenth century.

In aboutJohn Turner and Mr. Banks made white stoneware at Stoke; but inTurner removed to Lane End, 'where he. Books, DVDs & Videos: Hardware: Parts Kits Unique Items: All-Weather Displays: Magnets Wholesale: Wholesale Patterns Indoor Christmas: NEW Items: Chimney Santa Woodcrafting Pattern» Gift Tag Scroll Saw Ornament Patterns».

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STAFFORDSHIRE chimney ornaments were among the first old things we ever bought. Today, plus years on, we still have them, and they continue to earn their keep, cheap, cheerful, naive and colourful reminders of our first forays into antique shops.

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Reginald George Haggar (–) R.I., A.R.C.A., F.R.S.A. was a significant British ceramic designer. He was born in Ipswich and studied at Ipswich School of Art and the Royal College ofhe became assistant designer at Mintons pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, rising to art director six months later, a post he held until Working in water colours and ceramics, his designs.

Schiffer Publishing Staffordshire Animals: A Collector's Guide to History, Styles, and Values - This comprehensive new reference focuses on the variety of animal figures produced in Staffordshire during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

Characterized by a cottage industry quaintness, Staffordshire figures were known as image toys and chimney ornaments in their day. Discover amazing local deals on Chimney pots for sale in Staffordshire Quick & hassle-free shopping with Gumtree, Ideal for garden ornament or planter Chimney pot.

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Staffordshire chimney ornaments from the nineteenth century in the collection of the University of Kansas Museum of Art by University of Kansas (Book) American drawings and watercolors from the collection of the University of Kansas Museum of Art (Book).

Chimney Ornament Origin Staffordshire Date – Medium Glazed earthenware with polychrome enamel decoration Dimensions × × cm (5 5/16 × 2 1/16 × 8 3/4 in.) Credit Line Kate S.

Buckingham Collection Reference Number Extended information about this artwork. Such wares as Staffordshire chimney ornaments and printed pot lids can still be found at a relatively low price and have a certain unpretentious charm, lacking in the costly porcelains of the period. A wide range of Staffordshire earthenware figures was produced throughout the Victorian era.

Bibliography; 50 color photos of Staffordshire figures by Gavin Ashworth and Gary Leggett; from "Acknowledgements" section: "From the last decades of the 18thC. until well into the 19th, the Staffordshire district of west central England produced pottery figures often known as "chimney ornaments," because they were so frequently placed on mantles.Book: Gardening tours by J.C near Bristol; and some have the houses bedaubed with ornaments that have not sufficient relation to use, as when rosettes and sculptures are stuck on the walls, instead of applying facings to the windows, porches to the doors, and characteristic shafts to the chimney tops.

We recollect one near Warsaw, which is. Items from the Staffordshire hoard of gold, weapons and ornaments found by a metal detectorist in Photograph: David Jones/PA.