Joseph Kishere and the Mortlake Potteries

Joseph Kishere and the Mortlake Potteries

ACC2004

Hardback152pp Illustrated270x210mm

9781851494620     Product Code: 280348

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The innovative Mortlake potters introduced new shapes and motifs, in particular the sprigged hunting jug, with its contrasting dark brown and buff body, which remained highly popular throughout the 19th century. This illustrated study focuses on the working life of Joseph Kishere, from his apprenticeship at Sanders' Mortlake pottery to the foundation of his own potworks in 1797. As the story unfolds, it traces the history of both enterprises, their owners, their families and the Thames-side village in which they lived.

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