Skip to main content

Details for a publication entitled: Catalogue of cameos, intaglios, medals, bas-reliefs, busts, and small statutes; with a general account of tablets, vases, escritoires, and other ornamental and useful articles. The whole formed in different kinds of porcelain and terra-cotta, chiefly after the antique and the first models of modern artists. By Josiah Wedgwood FRS, potter to Her Majesty, and to His Royal Highness the Duke of York and Albany. Sold at his rooms in Greek Str., Soho, London, and at his manufactory in Staffordshire.

This publication has been used 5 times in our system.

Publication Date: 1787

Connected records

Citation for print

This page can be cited in the Harvard Bibliographic style using the text below:

The Fitzwilliam Museum (2022) "Publications details for Catalogue of cameos, intaglios, medals, bas-reliefs, busts, and small statutes; with a general account of tablets, vases, escritoires, and other ornamental and useful articles. The whole formed in different kinds of porcelain and terra-cotta, chiefly after the antique and the first models of modern artists. By Josiah Wedgwood FRS, potter to Her Majesty, and to His Royal Highness the Duke of York and Albany. Sold at his rooms in Greek Str., Soho, London, and at his manufactory in Staffordshire." Web page available at: https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/publication/publication-1016 Accessed: 2022-12-07 03:27:44

Citation for Wikipedia

To cite this page on Wikipedia you can use this code snippet:

{{cite web|url=https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/id/publication/publication-1016|title=Publications details for Catalogue of cameos, intaglios, medals, bas-reliefs, busts, and small statutes; with a general account of tablets, vases, escritoires, and other ornamental and useful articles. The whole formed in different kinds of porcelain and terra-cotta, chiefly after the antique and the first models of modern artists. By Josiah Wedgwood FRS, potter to Her Majesty, and to His Royal Highness the Duke of York and Albany. Sold at his rooms in Greek Str., Soho, London, and at his manufactory in Staffordshire.|author=The Fitzwilliam Museum|accessdate=2022-12-07 03:27:44|publisher=The University of Cambridge}}

API call for this record

To call these data via our API (remember this needs to be authenticated) you can use this code snippet:

https://data.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk/api/v1/publications/publication-1016

Sign up for updates

Updates about future exhibitions and displays, family activities, virtual events & news. You'll be the first to know...