Blue and White transfer-printed pottery

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Blue and White Transfer-printed Pottery
Blues made from cobalt were first used widely for painted decoration in China during the fifteenth century. Much of the porcelain imported into Europe was decorated with blue designs and after about 1650,
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Joe Bass
Ha scritto il 01/05/09
My first interest was, reading a Nat. Geo. article ...

on the "blue china" pottery, archaelogical rescue under the sea.
Then , the interest turned on english blue pottery.
So I buyed this little useful booklet on Ebay...


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