Piranesi's Decorative Friezes: A source for neoclassical border patterns by Nancy H. Ramage
Auctions of “Old Wedgwood” in New York, 1908-1915 by Harwood A. Johnson
The Wedgwood Museum’s Special Exhibition 1990 by Gaye Blake Roberts
Butterflies, Dragons, Ghosts, and Goblins: Wedgwood Lustre Wares in the Birks Museum by Mary H. Turner
Further Research: Books belonging to Wedgwood & Bentley the 10th of Augt 1770 by Harwood A. Johnson
Publication Dates of Sir William Hamilton's Four Volumes by Nancy H. Ramage
Selections from the Ceramics Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University by Judith A. Neiswander
Buten Collection Update from the Nassau County Division of Museum Services
The Eighteenth-Century English Pottery “Cheese Stand?” by Hugh Tait
European Ceramics and Chinese Porcelain Decorated in Europe at the Peabody Museum of Salem by William R. Sargent
An Official Gift of Sèvres by Charlotte Wilcoxen
On the cover: ‘Michelangelo’ vase, green and white jasperware, ca. 1790-1800. Mark: WEDGWOOD impressed; 12” (31.1 cm) h. Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, bequest of Grenville Winthrop, 1943.1233. See article, p. 36.
Photograph courtesy of the Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts. Bequest of Grenville L. Winthrop.
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