ARCHAEOLOGIA OR MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS RELATING TO ANTIQUITY PUBLISHED BY THE SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON. VOLUME CII (SECOND SERIES VOLUME LII) History of Calleva / Medieval Pottery Kilns, Laverstock. Painted Glass of All Saints' Church York.-
Printed at Oxford by Vivian Ridler, 1969. Illustrated by Plates, Illustrations, Fold Outs, Plans. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/No DJ. 4to No extra postage will be asked for above the standard charge. Due to weight we can only supply this book to a UK address. Brown cloth with bright gilt titling on spine. Plates, Illustrations, Fold Outs, Plans.259 pages clean and tight. Contents: -Belgic and Roman Silchester: the Excavations of 1954-8 with an Excursus on the Early History of Calleva. By GEORGE C. BOON, Esq., B.A., F. S.A. -The Medieval Pottery Kilns at Laverstock, near Salisbury, Wiltshire. By JOHN MUSTY, Esq., M.A., A.R.I.C., F.S.A., D. J. ALGAR, Esq., and P. F. EWENCE, Esq. -The Painted Glass of All Saints' Church, North Street, York. By E. A. GEE, Esq., M.A., D.Phil., F.S.A.. -Royal Sergeants-at-Arms and the Royal Maces. By MAJOR-GENERAL H. D. W. SITWELL, C.B., C.V.O., M.C., F.S.A.. (Book ref. 129592) £10.95
Kilns Design, Construction and Operation
London: Pitman Publishing, 1968. H. Back. Very Good/Good. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall Shelf wear to d/j, closed tear to top of front cover. B/w photographs and illustrations throughout. pp 240. (Book ref. 066460) £6.00
BRITISH TIMBERS Their Properties Uses and Identification with Notes on the Growth & Cultivation of the Trees . REVISED 2nd Edition 1946 Enlarged
LONDON: ADAM & CHARLES BLACK, 1946. 2nd Edition. Hard Back. Good/Poor+. 260x185mm Approx H/b larger format , Dust Jacket , GOOD/POOR+ , Enlarged 2nd edition 1946 , Revised with further data on the strengths of British timbers and on KIln Drying- including tables & fuel value.illustrated 31 31 Sepia plates & 60 line drawings. EHB Boulton MC MA DIP.FOR[CANTAB] Technical Director & Assistant B Alwyn Jay MA etc.[ properties , uses , identification , grwth , cultivation , from Alder to Yew , 8 chpts , 4 Appendix , biblio;index.[ hardwoods / softwoods] 120pp of text+Full-page Plates. A Valuable Reference Book - ink inscsp to fep , no loose pages , paper fox creamed , no annotations.[ grey photo illus D/j poor but protecteive to book as now in clear proprietary protective cover - hence grading poor+. very grubby to rear , edgwear nicks/line tears , 3 main loss areas are - 10x5mm top/fnt corner , top spine widthx6mm & 35x35mm approx square spine base overlapping to rear base A Read only - Reference only. PLs ee our image (Book ref. 10618) £8.00
Warrington's Roman remains - the Roman fortifications, potters' kilns, iron and glass furnaces, and bronze founders' and enamellers' workshop, discovered at Wilderspool and Stockton Heath, near Warrington.
Warrington: Mackie & co, 1904. First edition. 8vo, vi, 87pp. 3 plans, text illustrations. Original green cloth, gilt titling to the front board and the spine. Binding lightly rubbed, endpapers browned, else a very good copy. (Book ref. 12455) £60.00
Warrington's Roman remains - the Roman fortifications, potters' kilns, iron and glass furnaces, and bronze founders' and enamellers' workshop, discovered at Wilderspool and Stockton Heath, near Warrington [large paper copy].
Warrington: Mackie & co, 1904. Large paper edition. 4to, vi, 87pp. 3 plans, text illustrations. Original brown cloth, gilt titling to the front board and the spine. Binding rather rubbed, inscription of former owner to the front free endpaper, light chafing to the leading edge of the front free endpaper - overall a good plus copy. (Book ref. 12499) £95.00
Excavations in New Forest Roman Pottery sites, with plans and illustrations of the construction of the Pottery Kilns, of the different wares made, and of a Potter's hut.
London: Chiswick Press, 1927. First edition (hardback). 8vo, 123pp, 1pp adverts. Frontispiece, plates, text illustrations. Original brown cloth, gilt titling to the front board and the spine. Endpapers foxed, else this copy is in very good condition. From the library of Archaeologist Paul Ashbee, with his bookplate to the front pastedown. (Book ref. 24273) £60.00
PARTICULARS & CONDITIONS OF SALE of Freehold Farm.... Known as 'Alcombe Farm'.... Situate in the Parishes of Box and Ditteridge, also Freehold Dwelling-Houses, Gardens, Building Land, Lime-Kilns and other Premises, Situate in the Upper Bristol Road, about 1« miles from the City of Bath. To Be Sold by Messrs. Hawkins & Son.... On Thursday the 4th day of November, 1886.
1886. Folio, 5pp, folded, 3 large folding coloured plans. --- Please e-mail for one of my FREE CATALOGUES which include WILTSHIRE [ Manuscripts, Maps, Ephemera, Views, etc., etc. ] --- (Book ref. UK29-3156) £32.00
PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE OF FREEHOLD FARM, With good Dwelling-House, Outbuildings, Garden, Arable and Pasture Lands, known as "Alcombe Farm," comprising 28a. 2r. 3p. Situate in the Parish of Box and Ditteridge, for many years in the occupation of Mr Thomas Andrews; also Freehold Dwelling Houses, Gardens, Building Land, Lime Kilns, and other Premises situate in the Upper Bristol Road, about 1« Miles from the City of Bath, known as "Belle-Vue Lodge," Locksbrook Place, and "Cork Paddock." The whole comprising an area of 5a. 3r. 13p. to be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Hawkins & Son. At the Full Moon Hotel, Southgate Street, in the City of Bath, On Thursday, the 4th day of November, 1886.
1886. Folio, 3 coloured folding plans, 4pp, folded. --- Please e-mail for one of my FREE CATALOGUES which include WILTSHIRE [ Manuscripts, Maps, Ephemera, Views, etc., etc. ] --- (Book ref. UK29-1933) £30.00
Samuel Oldknow and the Arkwrights: The Industrial Revolution at Stockport and Marple.
Manchester University Press, 1924. 8vo, xvi+260pp, monochrome portrait frontispiece, 7 monochrome plates, 3 plans, appendices, red cloth, gilt. Apart from a slightly faded spine, a very good copy of a scarce title. Covering the Early history of the cotton Industry. (Book ref. RHB7563) £45.00
Pottery Making : Making Pots and Building and Firing Small Kilns
Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, U.K., 1961 Reprint. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. xii, 140 pages, size 8.75 inches tall by 5.5 inches, with an index. Illustrated with black and white plates. 'Here is a book for all students of pottery making. Whether they wish to become master potters, teachers, museum curators, or industrial designers, or whether they practise this fascinating art as a hobby, they will find the information provided in this book invaluable. The authors are recognized experts and their material is based on personal experience in their own pottery at Oxshott, which was founded in 1912. There are chapters on the work of the master and student potter and on pottery in schools. There are practical instructions in modelling, throwing, casting, and decoration, packing and firing the gas kiln and glazing. The authors also describe how to set up a workshop and build a pottery wheel and a small coke kiln '. Book - in Fine [much better than Very Good] red boards with silver lettering and small silver illustration to the front board. Contents, previous owner's name to the top edge of the free front endpaper otherwise clean, bright and tightly bound. Dust Jacket - Very Good - light grubbiness to the white background of the jacket and minor marking to the rest of the jacket, minor rubbing and minor creasing to the edges. Unusual, rarely found complete with its attractive dust jacket. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Crafts & Hobbies; Inventory No: 002225. (Book ref. 002225) £38.00
Lime Kilns and Limeburning.
Princes Risborough: Shire Publications,1989 Sm. 8vo Pict. Card Covers 1st Edn. Illus. 32 pp. V.g. [Shire Album 236] (Book ref. 30996) £5.00
ARTHUR WESLEY DOW. AND AMERICAN ARTS & CRAFTS.
New York: The American Federation of Arts, 1999. Cloth. Fine / Mint/Fine / Mint. 1885444095 Hard Back 205 pages with 164 plates [ 142 in colour ] A well illustrated and informative study of Arthur Wesley Dow. [ 1857 - 1922 ] a leader in the American Arts and Crafts movenent, with much on the practitioners who came under his sway, Overbeck pottery, Walrath Pottery, Byrdcliffe Colny Furniture, and the Photographers Alfred Sieglitz and Augustus Thibaudeau. With fine illustrtaions of works by craftsmen and artists associated with him. A fine mint copy of this important study. (Book ref. 006957) £20.00
"POTTERS AND KILNS IN MEDIEVAL HERTFORDSHIRE"
"Hertfordshire Local History Council, 16pp, 1964" "Booklet; corners of pages dented, otherwise good in creased card covers. : Gazeteer, with six figures and seven b/w photographic plates. " (Book ref. 35496) £5.00
Dorset Country Potter. The Kilns of the Verwood District.
Marlborough, Wiltshire: The Crowood Press, 2002. First edition. Illustrated in colour and black & white. Small 4to, pp.192, original cloth in glazed dustwrapper, an excellent copy. (Book ref. 5669) £9.00
Lime Kilns and Limeburners in Cornwall
Cornwall: Cornish Hillside Publications, 2000. First Edition. Paper Back. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall New. (Book ref. 24942) £15.99
TRADITIONAL FARM BUILDINGS OF BRITAIN and their conservation
Victor Gollancz in association with Peter Crawley, 1987. Second Edition. A very good copy complete with (unclipped) dustwrapper. Illustrated throughout. 208pp. (Book ref. 2657) £35.00
The Roman Potters' Kilns of Colchester
Society of Antiquaries, 1963 8vo., First Edition, with 22 pages of plates; original maroon cloth, a very good, bright, clean copy. Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries of London, Vol. XXI. (Book ref. 17154) £22.00
The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain
London: HMSO, 1984. First edition. Royal Commission on Historical Monuments, Supplementary Series 5. Fine glossy PB, with back pocket containing microfiches. 179pp with 46 b/w photos, 23 drawings & 18 maps, 2 in full colour. No inscriptions, as new. (Book ref. 62952) £20.00
London, Longman Group Limited, 1972 The book traces the archaeology of building materials from about 1550 onwards, but it focuses mainly on British building from the 18th Century onwards, examining the materials themselves and their production processes. HB with dust jacket. 1st ed. viii, 122pp. 32 B&W illustrations and 7 B&W line drawings. Jacket price clipped. A Very Good+ copy in Very Good+ dust jacket. (Book ref. 18283) £11.00
Pottery Decorating A description of all the processes for decorating pottery and porcelain,
London, Scott, Greenwood & Son, 1907, First Edition: Hardback, maroon bds., gold titles, 125 x 185 mm., 600 g., 252 pp., with Index+ adverts and 32 pp. catalogue, illustrated with figures in the text, previous owner's signature on ffep., front hinge cracking, small lighter mark to front bd., light shelf wear, no dw., Good+ copy. (Book ref. 8801) £28.00