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213. "The lost sheep." Figure of shepherd with sheep over his shoulders, feet of sheep fastened together to stick. H. 9-1/4"; 457. Girl with broom. H. 5"; 460. Small figure, Paul Pry. H. 5-1/2"; 481. Partly draped figure of Plenty; female figure with large cornucopia, orange and brown glazes, on white base, brown edges. H. 8-1/2"; 484. Porch of Masonic Temple with two marbled pillars and background; male figure partly draped beneath; left forearm missing. H. 12"; 496. Watch stand; figure of woman with globe on rectangular marbled base, lettered, "The Goddess (sic) of Truth." H. 9"; 498. Watch stand, receptacle for watch in centre, supported by three dolpnins mounted on a pedestal, with female figures and lions in relief on front; on each side a male and partly draped female respectively, on narrow long oblong plinth. H. 9-1/4"; 500. Watch stand in the form of a grandfather's clock, with figure of child on each side; on flat bool decorated with luste glaze; Marked "Dixon and Auctin, Sunderland." H. 10"; 540. Figure of Falstaff, silver lustre shield. H. 8-1/2".

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Names
Earle, Cyril (Author)
Falkner, Frank (d. 1930) (Author of introduction, etc.)
Sheppard, Thomas (1876-) (Author)
Earle, Cyril (Collector)
Collection

Earle Collection of Early Staffordshire pottery illustrating over seven hundred different pieces, by Major Cyril Earle, T.D., with an introduction by Frank Falkner, and a supplementary chapter by T. Sheppard, F.G.S. Containing upwards of two hundred and seventy half-tone reproductions in sepia and ten full-page plates in colour.

Dates / Origin
Date Issued: 1915
Place Term: London [etc.]
Publisher: A. Brown and Sons, limited
Library locations
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection
Shelf locator: MPGO+ (Earle, C. Earle collection of early Staffordshire pottery illustrating over seven hundred different pieces)
Topics
Staffordshire pottery
Pottery -- Private collections
Genres
Halftone photomechanical prints
Notes
Content : "The subscribers' edition of this book is limited to 250 copies."

Content : "The evolution of the potter's art, by T. Sheppard": p. xxix-xxxiv.

Content: "English earthenware; bibliographical notes": p. 239-240.
Type of Resource
Still image
Identifiers
RLIN/OCLC : 3525963
NYPL catalog ID (B-number) : b13969695
UUID: 3d20fba0-c6c2-012f-6a7c-58d385a7bc34

Item timeline of events

  • 1915: Issued
  • 2013: Digitized
  • 2015: Found by you!
  • 2016

MLA Format

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection, The New York Public Library. "213. "The lost sheep." Figure of shepherd with sheep over his shoulders, feet of sheep fastened together to stick. H. 9-1/4"; 457. Girl with broom. H. 5"; 460. Small figure, Paul Pry. H. 5-1/2"; 481. Partly draped figure of Plenty; female figure with large cornucopia, orange and brown glazes, on white base, brown edges. H. 8-1/2"; 484. Porch of Masonic Temple with two marbled pillars and background; male figure partly draped beneath; left forearm missing. H. 12"; 496. Watch stand; figure of woman with globe on rectangular marbled base, lettered, "The Goddess (sic) of Truth." H. 9"; 498. Watch stand, receptacle for watch in centre, supported by three dolpnins mounted on a pedestal, with female figures and lions in relief on front; on each side a male and partly draped female respectively, on narrow long oblong plinth. H. 9-1/4"; 500. Watch stand in the form of a grandfather's clock, with figure of child on each side; on flat bool decorated with luste glaze; Marked "Dixon and Auctin, Sunderland." H. 10"; 540. Figure of Falstaff, silver lustre shield. H. 8-1/2"." The New York Public Library Digital Collections. 1915. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47dc-4502-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99

Chicago/Turabian Format

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection, The New York Public Library. "213. "The lost sheep." Figure of shepherd with sheep over his shoulders, feet of sheep fastened together to stick. H. 9-1/4"; 457. Girl with broom. H. 5"; 460. Small figure, Paul Pry. H. 5-1/2"; 481. Partly draped figure of Plenty; female figure with large cornucopia, orange and brown glazes, on white base, brown edges. H. 8-1/2"; 484. Porch of Masonic Temple with two marbled pillars and background; male figure partly draped beneath; left forearm missing. H. 12"; 496. Watch stand; figure of woman with globe on rectangular marbled base, lettered, "The Goddess (sic) of Truth." H. 9"; 498. Watch stand, receptacle for watch in centre, supported by three dolpnins mounted on a pedestal, with female figures and lions in relief on front; on each side a male and partly draped female respectively, on narrow long oblong plinth. H. 9-1/4"; 500. Watch stand in the form of a grandfather's clock, with figure of child on each side; on flat bool decorated with luste glaze; Marked "Dixon and Auctin, Sunderland." H. 10"; 540. Figure of Falstaff, silver lustre shield. H. 8-1/2"." New York Public Library Digital Collections. Accessed September 5, 2015. http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47dc-4502-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99

APA Format

The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection, The New York Public Library. (1915). 213. "The lost sheep." Figure of shepherd with sheep over his shoulders, feet of sheep fastened together to stick. H. 9-1/4"; 457. Girl with broom. H. 5"; 460. Small figure, Paul Pry. H. 5-1/2"; 481. Partly draped figure of Plenty; female figure with large cornucopia, orange and brown glazes, on white base, brown edges. H. 8-1/2"; 484. Porch of Masonic Temple with two marbled pillars and background; male figure partly draped beneath; left forearm missing. H. 12"; 496. Watch stand; figure of woman with globe on rectangular marbled base, lettered, "The Goddess (sic) of Truth." H. 9"; 498. Watch stand, receptacle for watch in centre, supported by three dolpnins mounted on a pedestal, with female figures and lions in relief on front; on each side a male and partly draped female respectively, on narrow long oblong plinth. H. 9-1/4"; 500. Watch stand in the form of a grandfather's clock, with figure of child on each side; on flat bool decorated with luste glaze; Marked "Dixon and Auctin, Sunderland." H. 10"; 540. Figure of Falstaff, silver lustre shield. H. 8-1/2". Retrieved from http://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47dc-4502-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99

Wikipedia Citation

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213. "The lost sheep." Figure of shepherd with sheep over his shoulders, feet of sheep fastened together to stick. H. 9-1/4"; 457. Girl with broom. H. 5"; 460. Small figure, Paul Pry. H. 5-1/2"; 481. Partly draped figure of Plenty; female figure with large cornucopia, orange and brown glazes, on white base, brown edges. H. 8-1/2"; 484. Porch of Masonic Temple with two marbled pillars and background; male figure partly draped beneath; left forearm missing. H. 12"; 496. Watch stand; figure of woman with globe on rectangular marbled base, lettered, "The Goddess (sic) of Truth." H. 9"; 498. Watch stand, receptacle for watch in centre, supported by three dolpnins mounted on a pedestal, with female figures and lions in relief on front; on each side a male and partly draped female respectively, on narrow long oblong plinth. H. 9-1/4";  500. Watch stand in the form of a grandfather's clock, with figure of child on each side; on flat bool decorated with luste glaze; Marked "Dixon and Auctin, Sunderland." H. 10"; 540. Figure of Falstaff, silver lustre shield. H. 8-1/2".