May 23, 2019
Dear Transferware Enthusiasts: 
We're pleased to send you this special edition of our e-newsletter to give you the latest club news informing you of up-coming club activities and interesting new content on our web site and our Facebook page. We welcome your comments, suggestions, and input; email the TCC Web Content Administrator  


Immediately following an outstanding lecture featuring transferware in the 19th century American South, we will travel a short four miles by bus to the Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens. This historic home, built by Judge William S. Mudd just prior to the Civil War, was sited prominently on a hill overlooking the county seat of Jefferson County. The two-story frame structure was built c.1845-1850 and features antebellum-era Greek revival architecture. The Arlington was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970 and is the only existing antebellum home in Birmingham. The house serves as a decorative arts museum featuring a collection of 19th-century furniture, textiles, silver, and paintings. The bucolic property encompasses six acres with several landscaped gardens. The main garden area features a light-filled Garden Room where attendees will enjoy a catered hot lunch followed by docent-led guided tours of the home and self-guided tours of the gardens, grounds and outbuildings.
After a special lunch and tour of the Arlington Antebellum Home and Gardens, meeting attendees will bus to the home of a private collector to view his varied collection of ceramics that includes Historical and Romantic Brown Transferware, Aesthetic Brown Transferware, English White Ironstone, Mulberry Transferware, English Creamware, English Caneware, and a small collection of Southern Primitive Pottery. We will then return to the historic Tutwiler Hotel for a group dinner and free time to socialize. 
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 Results of Auctions and Classified Advertisements on the TCC Website and eNews
four medallion platter
This four-medallion platter
sold for $8,500. Two previously advertised auctions resulted in sales of $7000 and $9500, both significantly over reserve.  
The rare "Chancellor Livingston" soup bowl advertised on the TCC website sold recently.

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