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OCG Roger Massey “Outside Decoration in 18th-century London” - Shared screen with speaker view
Sheila Davies
01:25:41
Evening to everyone from sunny Northumberland
stephen
02:10:18
what is the source for the obelisk shape?
Kelly Keating
02:20:08
What is the origin of the term "century figure"?
Melissa Gagen
02:21:22
Sentry?
Ulli Parkinson
02:26:31
Wonderful examples, thank you!
Tom
02:28:06
Is there any evidence for exterior decoration of Btitish delftware ?
Ian Gillespie
02:28:17
Was all the painting free hand or were there painting aids such as stencils?
patricia Knight
02:28:17
Thank you Roger for great information and lovely mouth watering slides. A great treat for us here in California
stephen
02:28:52
thanks Roger, incredible show of work
Felicity Marno
02:29:36
Do you think the obelisk motif by O'Neale may have been inspired by Herculaneum and Pompeii?
Shirley Mueller
02:29:50
An informative and well delivered presentation about an important subject. Thank you. Shirley M. Mueller
Howard Coutts
02:30:01
Were there outside enamellers in Birmingham, Stoke, Newcastle etc? Are there any attributable pieces?
Shirley Mueller
02:30:57
From Shirley M. Mueller
Shirley Mueller
02:31:01
Was Yixing ware ever enameled in London or elsewhere in Europe?
Virginia
02:31:21
Thank you so much for the lovely and very interesting presentation.
Jeffrey Ruda
02:34:51
IN the second period, did the London decorated porcelains sell more cheaply than, for example, factory-decorated Worcester?