Comments: British ceramics of the 1950s are highly evocative of a decade of optimism and change in British life. The austerity of war was quickly banished by a new breed of young consumer who demanded ceramics which were bright and modern. This book considers how pottery manufacturers met this challenge, producing ware which was also prized for design. Series: Shire Album S. Num Pages: 40 pages, 34 colour illustrations, 43 b&w illustrations. BIC Classification: 3JJPG; ACX; WFS. Category: (G) General (US: Trade). Dime
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