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JB
01:10:44
Is it true that some of Bentley's letters were used as wrapping material at Wedgwood - and were thus lost to us? - Cookie Jacob-Hanson in Germany
PRDesai
01:20:30
please let the group know how we will be able to access the recorded version for later viewing? Thanks
Lorraine Horn
01:21:28
When you were speaking about Wedgwood's Black Basalt, you showed a full size Portland Vase. This piece is actually a solid jasper body. Jasper and Basalt fire at different temperatures and therefore the applied sprigs will not adhere to the body.
J&J
01:21:49
It was Wedgwood's letters that were being used as wrapping papers. The papers were sold by the factory after Josiah's death as his sons were trying, unsuccessfully, to sell the works. The papers were then discovered and purchased as a whole.
Jill Newsham
01:45:49
Most interesting talk thankyou so much Colin
Greg
01:48:02
Superb talk, really enjoyed it
marcia feinstein
01:48:19
Fascinating, thank you from Washington DC FPS member
Patricia Knight
01:48:20
Can you tell us anything about that intriguing hinged lid on a teapot. First time I have seen it
Mike Q.
01:48:34
Did C & W invent dipped jasperware?
Beverly
01:49:07
Thank you so great to hear a talk from the UK in the USA.
Angelika Kuettner
01:50:56
Many thanks for your wonderful talk, Colin! We at Colonial Williamsburg are grateful for these pieces that you shared with CW in 2008. Thank you again! https://emuseum.history.org/search/%22chetham%20%26%20woolley%22
Nancy Blaney
01:53:14
Thank you from WSWDC.
J&J
01:53:24
Thank you so much for inviting us. It was an excellemt presentation.
Joseph
01:53:24
How can we get on your mailing list?
J&J
01:53:43
J &J Fairfax Virginia USA
cynthia benua
01:53:55
Thank you, very interesting!