A new edition of the Transferware Collectors Club Bulletin is now available! Read the issue's featured article, "Staffordshire Pottery on the Gulf Coast: A Davenport Importer’s Mark from Antebellum Mobile," by John A. Walthall of the Illinois State Museum in Springfield, Illinois. Members, read the entire issue here.
Invitation to Participate
You are warmly invited to participate in a groundbreaking partnership project between the Transferware Collectors Club and the Northern Ceramic Society. Read more.More information.
We are holding a contest to celebrate this notable achievement. Members are encouraged to submit articles for inclusion in our Database Discoveries series, with one entry selected for publication in the Bulletin. More Information. Visit the Pattern and Source Print Database.
A group of three patterns depicting sailing ships by an unknown maker. Each central scene is titled at its base and is printed with simple black-lining on the rims of plates. Entire Article | Article Archives
Shown here is an 8 inch plate printed in what is know as the Cambrian Rose pattern by G.M. & C.J. Mason (1813-1826). Visit more information and other archived patterns to learn more about this pattern.
Surprising Spout Prints
Author DeeDee Dodd writes "Recently I was intrigued when working with several patterns, used on tea and coffee wares. More specifically, the intrigue had to do with the varying spout prints found on these pieces. In fact, three of the spout prints appeared to be quite out of context, if not downright bizarre." Read the article. See DBD archives.
The New Hampshire Historical Society's collections are now available online, with a goodly number of transferware objects, some w/ family histories. More information.
Give your favorite transferware enthusiast the gift of a one-year membership to the Transferware Collectors Club! Gift recipients receive a handsome certificate verifying their membership as your gift, enabling them to take advantage of the same benefits that you enjoy. More information.
Classified Ads on the TCC Web Site
Did you know that your TCC membership entitles you to free advertising on our site? Check out all our classified ads, and consider placing your own!
edited by Gaye Blake Roberts, FMA, FRSA, Curator, The Wedgwood Museum
For all who own British antique blue-printed pottery, this book is essential reading. With over 1,000 illustrations (including 12 pages in full colour), each giving full details of maker (where known) and year of manufacture, et cetera, it provides readers with the opportunity to identify their favorite pieces. More information.
by Furniss, Wagner and Wagner
By studying primary source material, the authors have compiled the most authentic and readable record of the prolific Adams ceramic wares from England, including earthenware, bone china, jasper, stoneware, basalt, and Parian made over a 200 year period. More information.
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New Exhibition of Pots by the Northern Ceramics Society
The exhibition includes many spectacular and fascinating transferware pieces. More information.
The Spode Works Visitor Centre reopened its doors recently to showcase hundreds of pieces of pottery and memorabilia collected over the company's 200-year history. Read more.
Updated Membership List
A Membership List updated in April 2013 is now available (for members only and only for non-commercial use). Download now. Please review your entry on the list, and notify us of any changes in your contact information.
An updated Index of TCC Bulletins (Fall 1999 through Volume XIII, Issue Number 2 of 2012) is now available. New feature: the index now includes an "Article by Author" index. This handy reference makes it easy to find articles of interest to you from within the entire catalog of TCC Bulletins.
We are now offering new advertising opportunities for TCC member transferware dealers, auctioneers, and show managers. Read more.
Eastfield Village invites your participation in "Conversations with Craftsmen" on Saturday June 1, 2013. More information.
Two Mason's Collectors' Club (UK) special anniversary exhibitions to take place -- June to November, in 2012 and in 2013. More information.
Transferware Collectors Club is extremely grateful for the generous contributions this past year which continue to help to make its programs and resources possible. Download the list of 2012 donors.
As the TCC strives to grow its membership and programs, there is a need for more volunteer support. The TCC needs your help! Read more.
Sold by Richard Marden
The rare "Chancellor Livingston" soup bowl advertised on the TCC website sold recently.
TCC Dealer Members can advertise up to 5 items for a very nominal price. More information.
Members who are not dealers can post classified advertisements at no cost. More information.
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