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Recorder News 47 now available.

Issue 47 of the Recorder News has now been published. This occasional newsletter is designed to keep everyone up to date with progress on The Transferware Recorder and other related transferware topics. If you would like a free copy or would like to be added to our circulation list, please contact us. To access the latest issue click on the image below. Previous issues can be accessed here.

Volumes Five and Six now reviewed.

Volume Five of The Transferware Recorder, covering views of continental Europe, and Volume Six, covering further British and other views, have now been reviewed by both the Northern Ceramic  Society and the The Transferware Collectors' Club. To see the reviews click here.

Volumes Five and Six now published.

Volume Five of The Transferware Recorder, covering views of continental Europe, and Volume Six, covering further British and other views, have now been published (May 2023). Click on the relevant cover below for more information about the contents and see Recorder News 41 for order information.

Index for Recorder News now available.

An Index to the first 26 issues of the Recorder News has now been published. This is designed to make access to the information easier for everybody. Click here to access the index, which can also be found on the Recorder News page.

Volume One
Published
October 2013
Volume Two
Published
June 2015

Volume Three
Published
October 2016

Volume Four
Published
March 2018

 
Volume Five
Published
May 2023
Volume Six
Published
May 2023
  Recorder News
Issue Forty-Seven
Now Available

When Bill Coysh and Dick Henrywood assembled The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery back in 1982 they had no idea how popular the subject was to become. A second volume of The Dictionary and books on transferware by other notable authors have followed. The Friends of Blue and the Transferware Collectors’ Club have reported new patterns and much other information, the latter particularly with their website and ground-breaking database of patterns, but there has been no further attempt to assemble our knowledge into reference form except for Gillian Neale's Encyclopedia of British Transfer-Printed Pottery Patterns 1790-1930. The Transferware Recorder fills this gap.

Dick Henrywood has been researching transferware for more than four decades and he started the Recorder in 2013 with a selection of British views. Five further volumes have followed covering more British views, views of continental Europe, and patterns from literature. For information on any particular issue click on the front cover.

This is a major transferware initiative designed to expand into a comprehensive series of reference volumes, essential for collectors, researchers and dealers. For current information about availability, prices and ordering please contact us.