4 edition of Tobacco pipes of Broseley, Shropshire found in the catalog.
Tobacco pipes of Broseley, Shropshire
D. R. Atkinson
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by D. R. Atkinson.|
|LC Classifications||TS2235.B76 A84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 92 p. :|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||76356132|
The museum is based in the small town of Broseley in the Ironbridge Gorge, in Shropshire, England within a World Heritage Site, the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution. Once the site of the most prolific clay tobacco pipe makers in Britain, exporting worldwide, the works were abandoned in the s. Posts about Broseley written by pipearchive. Atkinson Notebooks (LIVNP ). When David Atkinson sadly passed away at the end of he left behind a legacy of over 50 years of published pipe research as well as a large quantity of notes, correspondence, books and a huge reference collection of pipes that he had amassed over the years.
Rex Key demonstrates how he make clay pipes at Ironbridge Gorge Museums' Broseley Pipe Works in Shropshire. Film of Clay Pipe Making at Broseley Clay Tobacco Pipeworks. Broseley is a small English town in Shropshire, with a population of 4, at the River Severn flows to its north and east. The first iron bridge in the world was built in across the Severn, linking Broseley with Coalbrookdale and was part of the early industrial development in the Ironbridge Gorge, which is now part of a World Heritage grid reference: SJ
The Bog Visitor Centre, in the shadow of the Stiperstones in Shropshire, is a gas-lit Victorian former school which is one of the few remaining buildings of a lost lead and barytes-mining village. The Bog mine once had buildings and featured an amazing aerial ropeway. Broseley, a small town and a parish in Salop. The town stands on the river Severn, 4 miles NE of Much-Wenlock, 6 N of Bridgnorth, 7½ SSE of Wellington, and by rail from London. It has a station, Ironbridge and Broseley, on the Severn Valley branch of the G.W.R., about a mile from the town.
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AbstractThe origin of the term ‘Churchwarden pipe’, now used to describe any long-stemmed clay—and sometimes even brier—pipe, is examined and the suggestion made that it was originally invented by the prominent Broseley, Shropshire, clay pipemaking family of Southorn to describe a specific type among their long-stemmed pipes.
The Southorn Tobacco pipes of Broseley, whose products were Cited by: 3. Broseley Clay Tobacco Pipes. Rex M. Key is the British artisan who produces clay pipes.
A student of these pipes for over 20 years, Rex works in Broseley, a town in which records of clay pipes go back to and where production reached its peak in the 17th century. Broseley Local History Society Incorporating the Wilkinson Society Published by the Society - Broseley and its Surroundings by John Randall () - more details.
Back in August we told you all about the Atkinson notebooks (LIVNP ) – 17 small hard backed books containing drawings and information on pipes from various parts of the country, produced by one of the leading lights in clay pipe research, David Atkinson.
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Broseley Clay Tobacco Pipes; Broseley, Shropshire RHS: Former brand of R. Hovenden & Sons. Lopes links them to Gresham Giants, a Comoy's second Richmond: Sasieni sub-brand / second.
Ringleader: Brand of John Redman: Riseagle: 19th century brand from C.J. Verguet Freres. Also brand of W.B. Hass, and Oppenheimer Pipe. Stopped after WW II RocketRHS: Former brand of R. Hovenden & Sons.
Lopes. INDUSTRIALISATION AND AN EARLY MODERN TOWN: BROSELEY IN SHROPSHIRE by. STEPHEN CHARLES HUDSON. industrialisation in Broseley, Shropshire between and c The thesis is a study of products such as clay tobacco pipes, earthenware and, later, quality porcelain.
These lightFile Size: 2MB. Broseley was the centre of clay tobacco pipe manufacturing and pipes made here were celebrated as being the very best. Admission to Broseley Pipeworks is by guided tour only. These tours are included in the admission fee.
Tour times: am, 12noon, pm, 3pm. The Ironbridge Book: Ironbooks Telford. Powell J & Vanns M.A. South Telford (Archive Photographs) Chalford Shinton.B.D. Inns & Alehouses of Broseley: Orchard Press Randall. J: Broseley and its surroundings: - Republished BLHS Smith.
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Baker, C., (Spring/Summer), ‘Tobacco Pipe Maker’s Society Membership Cards’, Society for Clay Pipe Research Newsletter, 85 (Autumn/Winter) ‘A Group of Clay Tobacco Pipes from Clee Hill, Shropshire’, Society for Clay Pipe Taylor, P., ‘The Early River Severn Trade in Broseley Tobacco Pipes’ Broseley Local.
On many Broseley pipes (ex- cept Type 4) the milling is lower down the bowl than is usual in other parts of the British Isles, and this is a feature of other pipes from the Shropshire area. Lines of milling were also quite often applied round the stems for decorative purposes or to in- dicate the point of balance for holding the Size: 1MB.
By the Victorian era, Broseley was home to the world's largest production of tiles and tobacco pipes, exported worldwide. Today, the Jackfield Tile Museumand the Broseley Pipeworks, two of the ten award winning Ironbridge Gorge Museums, tell the story of Broseley's tile and pipe making past.
Tobacco Pipes of Broseley, Shropshire. By D. Atkinson. 8½ × 5½. 92 + 8 pls. + 3 figs. Privately printed: D. Atkinson, £ - Volume 56 Issue 1 Author: Adrian Oswald. Broseley Clay Tobacco Pipeworks museum is one of 10 Ironbridge Gorge museums in Broseley, England.
Shropshire StarTurning Double Chamber Tobacco Pipes on the Lathe - Duration: 1. History. Tobacco was first brought to England during the Tudor period, and was smoked in a clay pipe.
Clay tobacco pipe making began c.probably in London, and spread across the country, springing up in the main cities and towns and especially those with access to suitable clay. Over the next years.The town of Broseley, once part of the Shirlett Royal Forest as recorded in the Domesday Book, was to see enormous expansion during the Industrial Revolution – indeed, inthe town consisted of only 27 houses!
Situated on the banks of the Severn, forming one side of the World-famous Ironbridge, its history is littered with tales.Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store.