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Author:
Vega Wilkinson,Robert Devereux
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978-0747806226
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Shire (March 4, 2008)
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Porcelain Pastille Burners book. Vega Wilkinson, Robert Devereux (Illustrator).

Porcelain Pastille Burners book. Pastille burners are porcelain nineteenth century cottages, varying in architectural design, which held pastilles made by the still room maids and when lit, their perfume combated unpleasant odours in Victorian homes.

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Pastille burners are porcelain nineteenth century cottages, varying in architectural design, which held pastilles made by the still room maids and when lit, their perfume combated unpleasant odours in Victorian homes. ISBN13:9780747806226. Release Date:March 2008.

Items related to Porcelain Pastille Burners (Shire Library) Robert Devereux has been a collector of porcelain for over forty years.

Items related to Porcelain Pastille Burners (Shire Library). Vega Wilkinson Porcelain Pastille Burners (Shire Library). ISBN 13: 9780747806226. Porcelain Pastille Burners (Shire Library). Vega Wilkinson is the author of the Shire Album Copeland and has published a dictionary of ceramic artists in Britain. Robert Devereux has been a collector of porcelain for over forty years. Pastille burners appealed as a fascinating, and unexplored art of the potter and also an intriguing insight into the social background of the time.

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Are you sure you want to remove Porcelain Astille Burners (Shire Album) from your list? Porcelain Astille Burners (Shire Album). by Vega Wilkinson, Robert Devereux. Published February 2006 by Shire Publications.

Liverpool Plains Shire was a local government area in the North West Slopes region of New South Wales, Australia. Liverpool Plains Shire was proclaimed on 7 March 1906, one of 134 shires created after the passing of the Local Government (Shires) Act. Liverpool Plains Shire was proclaimed on 7 March 1906, one of 134 shires created after the passing of the Local Government (Shires) Act 1905. The shire offices were in Gunnedah and urban centres in the Shire included Breeza, Carroll, Curlewis, Mullaley and Tambar Springs. Liverpool Plains Shire amalgamated with the Municipality of Gunnedah to form Gunnedah Shire on 1 January 1980.

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson (5 October 1797 – 29 October 1875) was an English traveller, writer and pioneer Egyptologist of the 19th century. He is often referred to as "the Father of British Egyptology". Wilkinson was born in Little Missenden, Buckinghamshire. His father was a Westmoreland clergyman, the Reverend John Wilkinson, an amateur enthusiast for antiquities. Wilkinson inherited a modest income from his early-deceased parents

Porcelain pastille-burner in the form of an artichoke, Frankenthal, about Museum Number. Pastille burner made in Frankenthal, Germany Here two ‘chinoiserie’ figures hold up a giant pineapple/artichoke.

Porcelain pastille-burner in the form of an artichoke, Frankenthal, about Museum Number. Pastille burner made in Frankenthal, Germany 1758-62. Staffordshire porcelain cottage pastille burner at Andrew Dando, in Bradford-on-Avon, England.

Pastille burners are charming porcelain nineteenth century cottages, varying in architectural design, which held pastilles (small lozenges, made of saltpetre and essences) made by the still room maids and when lit, their perfume combated unpleasant odours in Victorian homes. Pastille Burners were made in all sizes by many of the well-known porcelain manufacturers but few are marked. These burners designed to look like miniature buildings, with chimneys to funnel the smoke into the room, are an historical record of the churches, toll-houses, summerhouses and country cottages of the time, and even after pastille burning fell out of favour, the burners continued to be made.