Michael Berthoud, H & R Daniel 1822-1846, Micawber Publications 1980
Michael Berthoud, The Daniel Table Ware Patterns, Micawber Publications, 1982
Miller & Berthoud, An Anthology of British Teapots, Micawber Publications, 1985
Michael Berthoud & Richard Maskell, A Directory of British Teapots, Micawber Publications, 2006
Michael Berthoud, An Anthology of British Cups, Micawber Publications, 1982
Michael Berthoud, A Compendium of British Cups, Micawber Publications, 1990
Michael Berthoud, A Cabinet of British Creamers, Micawber Publications, 1999
R. Emmerson, British Teapots and Tea Drinking, HMSO, 1992
Geoffrey Godden, Staffordshire Porcelain, Granada, 1983
Geoffrey Godden, Encyclopedia of British Porcelain Manufacturers, Barrie & Jenkins, 1988
Geoffrey Godden, British Porcelain, An Illustrated Guide, Barrie & Jenkins, 1974
Geoffrey Godden, Chamberlain Worcester Porcelain, 1788-1852, Barrie & Jenkins, 1982
Geoffrey Godden, Encyclopedia of British Pottery and Porcelain Marks, Barrie & Jenkins, 1991
Geoffrey Godden, Godden's Guide to Ironstone, Stone & Granite Wares, Antique Collectors Club, 1999
Leonard Whiter, Spode, Barrie & Jenkins, 1989
B Smith, Identifying Daniel Ornamrntal Wares, Brian
This A4 size book, which has 291 pages with over 620 colour illustrations, has been eagerly awaited not only by collectors of Daniel’s ornamental pieces but also by everyone with an interest in the wide range of items produced by the Daniel manufactories. See the News & Events page for further details of this limited edition of 150 copies.
J & J Simpson, B Smith & B Beardmore, H&R Daniel
Earthenwares, DCC 2015
A groundbreaking new work on a previously neglected area of Daniel production. See the News & Events page for further details and special discounts.
B Smith & B Beardmore, Identifying Daniel Porcelain Tablewares, DCC 2009
At present this is the most comprehensive guide to Daniel patterns but is now out of print. A new version incorporating the latest research is scheduled. News of this publication and updates on all Daniel research will go first to DCC members - see Contacts Page for details on how to join.