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The pottery trade and North Staffordshire, 1660-1760.

by Lorna Weatherill

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Published by Manchester University Press in Manchester .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Staffordshire.
    • Subjects:
    • Pottery -- England -- Staffordshire.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 161-167.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD9612.7.S8 W4 1971b
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxviii, 174 p., 7 plates.
      Number of Pages174
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5743299M
      ISBN 100719004209
      LC Control Number70870932

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      L.M. Weatherill ( Manchester University Press: Manchester) The pottery trade and north Staffordshire L.M. Weatherill () 'The growth of the pottery industry in England, some new evidence and estimates', Post-Medieval Archaeology, 17 (), pp. For example, potters of the late 17 th century might be defined as yeomen, presumably due to their independent social position and accumulation of wealth through trade (e.g. see Lorna Weatherill The Pottery Trade and North Staffordshire, , p ). Essay review. Article in of English Glassmaking The Pottery Trade and North Staffordshire 56, ; Loma Weatherill, The Pottery Trade and North Staffordshire Author: Scott Mandelbrote.

      The Pottery Trade and North Staffordshire, – Cromford (O1) Manchester Central Library, Local Studies Unit. Secondary Sources Alchian Production, information costs, and economic organization. Lorna Weatherill, The Pottery Trade and North Staffordshire – (Manchester, Eng.: Manchester University Press, ), pp. 81– The – sales of John Wedgwood were chiefly to London. Lorna Weatherill The pottery trade and North Staffordshire, , Manchester, – useful but less satisfactory than the published PhD thesis above W A Cole 'Trends in Eighteenth-Century Smuggling', The economic history review., 2nd ser, X,


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