Derby China Aka Crown Derby Pottery 1963

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    Derbyshire.

    This item shows the manufacture process of fine Derby China.

    Shots of tables laid with ornate china.

    Inside the factory, Ted Bountain is shown feeding clay into a machine that eliminates air bubbles. M/S of Albert Deakin using a wheel to make plates. Doreen Sheldon is seen trimming rough edges from the plate. Jack Wood then dips the plates in glaze - C/U of the glazed plates. Various shots of plates being fired - they are moved along a conveyor belt inside the kiln.

    Shot of the paint workshop. Various C/Us of complex patterns being painted onto plates by hand. Barbara Baker is shown painting feathers on a china owl.

    A quality control inspector is shown studying a plate. C/U of "second-rate" plates being smashed into a reject box.

    Cuts exist - please see separate record.

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    Cataloguer:
    Amelia
    Stock:
    Colour
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    3252
    Sort Number:
    CP 437
    Time in/Out:
    01:18:36:00 / 01:20:17:00
    Canister:
    CP 437
    Film ID:
    233.03
    Issue Date:
    12/05/1963
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