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The Longridge Ceramics Collection has been called the finest private collection of British delft and slipware in the world. Over 500 ceramic objects are presented here, with photographs of full views and selected details, accompanied by short descriptive entries. In addition, each entry has a link to fuller information contained in The Longridge Collection of English Slipware and Delftware, a 2-volume print catalogue written by Leslie B. Grigsby, with contributions by Michael Archer, Margaret Macfarlane, and Jonathan Horne (London: Jonathan Horne Publications, copyright 2000).
Full text of the catalogue, including timelines, introductory essays, bibliography, and complete scholarly documentation of the objects, is available online:
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