London’s Role in the History of English Porcelain

The manufacture of porcelain in London developed with the advent of tea drinking from the seventeenth century onwards. The history of various London factories is examined here, demonstrating the importance of London in the history of English porcelain. Excerpts from a ballad about the damage caused by a bull in a London china shop in 1773 are provided as a conclusion. Continue reading “London’s Role in the History of English Porcelain”