The Cries of London: Exhibiting Several of the Itinerant Traders of Antient and Modern Times

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The clay principally used atthat place is preferred by the sculptors for their models ofbusts, figures, and monuments. It never stains the fingers,and is of so beautiful a texture that all parts of the modelmay be executed with it, in the most minute degree of sharp-ness and spirit; and, when baked, it is not of that fieryred colour, like a tile, but approaches nearer to the toneof flesh, has a beautiful bloom with it, and is very similar,though not quite so dark, as those fine specimens of Ter-racottas in the Towneley Gallery, in the British Museum.

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The great sculptors Roubiliac and Rysbrach not only constantlypreferred it, but brought it into general use among the artists. At the Lambeth Pottery, the first imitations of the Dutchsquare white glazed tUes, decorated with figures of animalsand other ornaments, painted in blue, and sometimes purple,were made in England. The fashion of thus decor Note About Images.

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