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Stieglitz collection of Dr. Wall Worcester porcelain

Marcel H. Stieglitz

Stieglitz collection of Dr. Wall Worcester porcelain

by Marcel H. Stieglitz

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Published by Art Institute of Chicago in [Chicago] .
Written in English

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  • Stieglitz, Marcel H. -- Art collections -- Catalogs,
  • Worcester porcelain -- Private collections -- Catalogs

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Marcel H. Stieglitz.
    GenreCatalogs
    ContributionsArt Institute of Chicago. Antiquarian Society
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNK4395 S75
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[20] p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18261598M

    Included is my personal collection of superb Dr Wall Worcester and Caughley Porcelain. I am downsizing and putting up some of my favorite and rare pieces of early 18th century up for auction tonight. I ship Internationally and will combine shipping. This auction is for a rare Dr Wall Worcester blue and white almost flow blue dinner plate. Antique Worcester Porcelain (Page1) The Worcester Factory was founded on June 4, by a group of 15 merchants and craftsmen included Dr. Wall and William Davis, formerly a Bristol technician. In the business was bought by Thomas Flight, jeweler to the Royal family and the firm's London agent.

    It charts the development of the first two viable porcelain factories outside London. Although Lund's china house in Bristol was short-lived, ownership of his soaprock recipe passed up the Severn to Dr. Wall's factory in Worcester which recently celebrated over years of continuous production. Preview: Sunday, August 23rd from 12 to 5pm and Monday, August 24th from 12 to 6pm Featuring a single owner collection of English porcelain from the 18th and19th Century. Including pieces from the important English factories Worcester, Liverpool, Lowestoft, Caughley, Bow, Chelsea and Longton Hall.

      Until recently, porcelain enthusiasts had only one period in mind when discussing vintage Worcester wares. It vas the 25 years from through , when the Dr. Wall Worcester . Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain, by Geoffrey A. Godden. Magna Books, Hardcover with dust jacket. pages with black and white illustrations and 25 in full color. Chamberlain was the first apprentice at the famous Dr. Wall factory at Worcester in the early s.


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Stieglitz collection of Dr. Wall Worcester porcelain by Marcel H. Stieglitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Stieglitz Collection of Dr. Wall Worcester Porcelain: Exhibited Under the Auspices of the Antiquarian Society, May 7 to November 3, Marcel H Stieglitz. Stieglitz, Marcel H., Stieglitz collection of Dr.

Wall Worcester porcelain. [Chicago] Art Institute of Chicago, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marcel H Stieglitz; Art Institute of Chicago.

This is a portrait of John Wall, who was a well-loved 18th century Worcestershire doctor. He became famous for establishing the Worcester Infirmary and championing Malvern Water as a cure.

He gained great reputation as the founder of the Worcester Porcelain factory which succeeded in producing world class porcelain for over years.

Home / Products tagged “Dr Wall Worcester ‘James Giles’ style claret ground Worcester plate, Watteau panels, c. & later $ 1, AUD # View item; Book – “Worcester Porcelain – Two Australian Collections”.

Between and Dr Wall had a formal agreement with the independent London decorator, James Giles and large quantities of Worcester Porcelain were decorated in Giles’ London Studio. Increased tea consumption in the s created a huge demand for tea wares, bringing prosperity to the Worcester.

The name most widely associated with Worcester porcelain is that of Dr John Wall a physician. In conjunction with a chemist (the apothecary William Davis) they atempted to produce porcelain. Having met with Messers Lund and Miller of the Bristol porcelain factory they persuaded a group of local businessmen to invest in a new factory at.

antique worcester porcelain The Worcester porcelain company was founded in by a group of local businessmen led by Dr. Wall, a physician. They aquired the rights to the Bristol soaprock formula from Lund together with his services for one year and a source of.

In Wall returned to Worcester and married Catherine Sandys, cousin of Baron Sandys and they built a fine house in The Foregate, Worcester. The Sandys family were huge supporters of the Hospital and served on the committee for many years.

At 32 he was already a wealthy and famous man. Dr Wall’s medical practice was vast. Worcester First Period. Worcester is the most widely collected of 18th century English porcelain factories.

The period from the factory’s foundation in towhen it was acquired by Thomas Flight, is known as the First Period or the Dr Wall period after one of the original partners, Dr John Wall. The Worcester porcelain works were founded at Warmstry House in by a group of 15 parties.

Dr Wall, who was a surgeon by trade, was a key founding member and the early ware took their name from him. To give the early wares produced at Worcester context we need to understand what porcelain is and why it was so revered in mid 18 th century.

Blue and White Worcester Porcelain. by Branyan French and Sandon. The complete Pattern Book. 1st Edition 2nd Edition Revised Written my my late father, Larry Branyan. it shows all know Blue and White patterns. We a huge reference collection of Worcester.

many of the pieces are photographed in the book. Royal Worcester porcelain – The first production of porcelain in Worcester took place in An eminent surgeon, Dr John Wall, perfected the secret recipe for the production of soft paste porcelain and a factory was founded on the banks of the river Severn.

The river was essential for transporting both production materials and wares. Collectors of porcelain remember John Wall as a porcelain maker. 5 It is ironical that his medical contributions 6 although far from trivial are largely unrecognized by medical history. In his day he was well known as a skilled physician.

7 He was born at Powick, Worcestershire, educated at King’s College Worcester, and proceeded to Worcester College, Oxford, graduating B.A. in The collection continues with an enchanting selection of Dr Wall Worcester, Derby, Minton and other European porcelain manufacturers.

It is completed by an eclectic collection of silver; mostly sourced from the Silver Vaults in London, spanning the entire Georgian periods, George IV, William IV, Victorian and Edwardian through to Elizabeth II.

Choose from 28 authentic Dr. Wall Worcester porcelain for sale on 1stdibs. Explore all serveware, ceramics, silver and glass created by Dr. Wall Worcester. Worcester is the single most collected British porcelain manufacturer in the world. Produced sinceit is most notably renowned for several styles, which define marked periods in an illustrious career: the early blue and white porcelain, which imitated Chinese styles, and the cream-colored, highly gilded and painted ware of the early twentieth s: It charts the development of the first two viable porcelain factories outside London.

Although Lund's china house in Bristol was short-lived, ownership of his soaprock recipe passed up the Severn to Dr Wall's factory in Worcester, which recently celebrated over years of continuous production. This June, we are excited to be offering the John Scarce collection of ceramics, featuring a variety of 18th and 19th Century porcelain, including Dr Wall, Chinese export porcelain, and an extensive collection of armorial wares.

John Scarce has been Newsletter Editor of the Ceramics and Glass Circle of Australia Inc for over 20 years. Royal Worcester was established in and is believed to be the oldest or second oldest remaining English porcelain brand still in existence today (this is disputed by Royal Crown Derby, which claims as its year of establishment).Part of the Portmeirion Group sinceRoyal Worcester remains in the luxury tableware and giftware market, although production in Worcester itself has ended.

Find great deals on eBay for worcester dr wall and first period worcester. Shop with confidence. WORCESTER PORCELAIN DR WALL BLUE WHITE CHINESE FORAL 2 PC 3" TEA BOWLS C $ Was: Books (1) Format see all Format. All Listings (filter applied) Auction. Buy It Now. Color see all Color. A fine Royal Worcester porcelain Vase hand painted with a scene of Highland cattle and signed H.

Stinton, shape number and date code for An early 20th Century large Royal Worcester blush ware twin handle basket. Boxed set of 6 Royal Worcester Coffee Cups and Saucers with Silver Spoons.

A Royal Worcester Hadley Ware, jardiniere.Curiously, this is the first time that all three centuries of Worcester porcelain have been presented together in a single book." "The earliest pieces at Cheekwood were made in the middle of the eighteenth century. During the Dr Wall Period, Worcester porcelain was inspired by China and Japan and yet has an English charm all of its own.This catalogue of the Ewers-Tyne Collection provides lovers of fine porcelain with a very special opportunity.

Curiously, this is the first time that all three centuries of Worcester porcelain have been presented together in a single book.

The earliest pieces at Cheekwood were made in the middle of the eighteenth century.