Further Reading

[Article] Grigsby, Leslie B. 07//2012 Mirth & Friendship: A Celebration of Humor and Alcoholic Beverages. Antiques and Fine Art. XII (1): 185-87. pp. 185, fig. 1.

[Article] Harvey, Karen. 2008 “Barbarity in a Teacup? Punch, Domesticity and Gender in the Eighteenth Century”. Journal of Design History. 21 (3): 205-221. pp. 208, fig. 2.

[Article] Grigsby, Leslie B. 11//2004 “From Punch Bowls to Puzzle Jugs: Drinking Vessels and Traditions in Britain and America”. Winterthur Magazine. Winter 2004: pp. 10-11. 

[Book] Fowble, E. McSherry. 1991 To Please Every Taste: Eighteenth-Century Prints from the Winterthur Museum. pp.162-163, no.63.

[Article] Grigsby, Leslie B. 01//2002 ‘Drink Fair Dont Swear’: Winterthur’s punch bowls and punch drinking in America. Antiques. 176-183. pp. 177, pls. II, IIa.

[Book] City Art Gallery, Manchester. 1969 The Incomparable Art: English Pottery from the Thomas Greg Collection. pp. 40-41.

[Article] Mallet, John V. G. 1966 John Baddely of Shelton. Transactions of the English Ceramic Circle. 6 (2): 124-166. pp. 130, pls. 125-126 a, b.

[Book] van Dam, Jan Daniel. 2004 Delffse Porceleyne/Dutch Delftware 1620-1850. pp. 184, no. 131.

[Book] Howard, David Sanctuary. 1997 A Tale of Three Cities: Canton, Shanghai & Hong Kong. pp. 119, no. 146.