Mikado, Blushware, Flow Blue, Barge, Temple, Bell, Chinaland, Red Devil, Orchid, Tutankhamen, Chinese Bird, Persian Garden, ...
List & Search Patterns
Foxglove, Fruit Basket, Daisy, Redcurrant, Oak, Buttercup, Blackberry, Orchid, Orbit, Windswept, Walking Ware, ...
List & Search Shapes
A BRIEF HISTORY
Carlton Ware began life in 1890 ......
read more history
DATING CARLTON WARE
To help date Carlton Ware you can look at the back-stamp ......
Sometimes the pattern number helps to date ......
Alternatively you can look at the impressed number ......
Designs were usually registered and the Registered Design Number ......
eBook guide to Carlton Ware
eBook guide to Carlton Ware by Dr C & Y Kosniowski provides a comprehensive guide to help identify Carlton Ware Patterns and
shapes. This is an updated eBook version of the pocket guide and contains over 500 pictures. The eBook is available from
Amazon. It run on Kindles, PCs, Tablets, iPads, iPhones, Smart Phones, ...
Carlton Ware Patterns and Shapes
Carlton Ware Patterns and Shapes by Dr C & Y Kosniowski provides a comprehensive list Carlton Ware Patterns and
shapes. The lists are numberic and alphabetic. No pictures are included. The book is available in printed format or as an eBook from
Amazon. The eBook will run on Kindles, PCs, Tablets, iPads, iPhones, Smart Phones, ...
The Complete Guide
including a Price Guide
This book is a comprehensive guide to Carlton Ware with hundreds of photographs of this beautiful pottery.
It covers all aspects of Carlton Ware. The chequered and colourful history of the company is outlined, from its conception in 1890 to the current day, along with information about the owners and designers who were influential in shaping its future.
Carlton Ware were always striving to be at the forefront of current trends and innovative designs in a very competitive market. They produced an enormous variety of decorative ceramics, with an originality that captivated the mood of each era succinctly whilst holding sacred their reputation for quality.
Included are over 700 images of Carlton Ware, each with a valuation. A full list of patterns and shapes is provided together with a price guide.
A unique feature of this book is the inclusion of historical archived material. This includes advertisements, old “salesman literature”, photographs of original sketches of Carlton Ware shapes and finally some photographs of the original patterns beautifully illustrated by the designers.
This book is a must for everyone who appreciates beautiful ceramics.
The book size is 276mm x 216mm (approx A4), Hard Cover with a beautiful Dust Cover, 272 pages. ISBN 978-0-9549558-2-3