Colour printed lithograph illustrations from Staffordshire Pottery section at the Great Exhibition
- Object Number: STKMG:1993.C.81
- Simple Name: document
- Full Name: lithographs
- Production Person: Digby Wyatt, Matthew (illustrator)
- Production Place: London
- Production Place: England
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- Production Organisation: Day and Son (publisher)
- Summary: Colour printed lithograph illustrations from Staffordshire Pottery section at the Great Exhibition. Accompanied by English/French texts. The main porcelain exhibits - Staffordshire Pottery section; at The Great Exhibition of 1851, The Crystal Palace, London. Illustrations by Matthew Digby Wyatt. Published by Day and Son in 1853. (inc. photocopies of the title pages and the dedication to Prince Albert.) .1 Cover to illustrations. 15.3.1853. .2 Lithograph of 'Group of Vases' by Minton, with text. (plate 11) pub. 1853. .3 Lithograph of 'Renaissance Vase and Dish in Parian', by Minton, with text. (plate 58) pub.1853. .4 Lithograph of 'Luca Della-Robbia Friezes' by Minton, with text. (plate 67) pub.1853. .5 Lithograph of 'Flower Stand' modelled by Marochetti, for Minton, with text. (plate 81) pub.1853. .6 Lithograph of 'Objects Selected from a Dessert Service' presented by Her Majesty the Queen to the Emperor of Austria, exhibited by Minton, with Text. (plate 89) pub.1853. .7 Lithograph of 'Terra Cotta Figure of Galatea and Group of Majolica Garden Vases' by Minton, with text. (plate 97) pub.1853. .8 Lithograph of 'Stove in the Medieval Style' designed by Pugin for Hardman of Birmingham, with text. (plate 106) pub.1853. .9 Lithograph of 'Pavement in Encaustic Tiles' by Minton, with text. (plate 128) pub.1853. .10 Lithograph of 'Group of Objects in Porcelain' by Copeland of London and Stoke-on-Trent, with text. (plate 147) pub.1853.
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