the Pipe and Tabor compendium

the Pipe and Tabor compendium

essays on the three-hole pipe

European decorative arts

ceramic figures, 18th century onwards

researched by frances

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" jellies, biscuits, sugar-plumbs, and creams have long given way to [ceramic] harlequins, gondoliers, Turks, Chinese and shepherdesses of Saxon china"
1753, Walpole

1745 Provence,
Fitzwilliam Musem, Cambridge
1750 Longton Hall
British Museum
unknown
unknown
1755-7 Chelsea, Pierrot
(restored pipe)
1755 Chelsea

1755 Chelsea
(with restorations)

1755-60 Bow

1755-60 Bow
c1760 Bow
1755-60 Bow
blue jacket
c1760 Bow
Bow
1760-65 Bow
1760-62

1765 Chelsea
1765 Chelsea
1760-65 Chelsea
copy Derby
1760's Chelsea
1758-69 Chelsea
Chelsea copy
1765 Chelsea
1765 Derby
1790 Derby (restored)
Derby, Victorian copy
1755-7 Chelsea, Pierrot
(restored pipe)
1755 Chelsea

1755 Chelsea (with restorations)

Bow
1765 Bow
c1758 Bow
1770Bow
player, brokenBloorDerby
1770-1800 Limoges
purple bows
1760-65 Mennecy, V&A
possibly Mennecy
1770-75 New Hall

1770 Plymouth

1790 Staffordshire Pearlware
unknown

unknown unknown

1830's
1860
Victorian Meissen
meissen copy
20th century20th c
20th c Provence
20th cVolkstedt
crude copy

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