A Tweeted History of Minton (WHoM:14)

It’s time for week 14’s round-up of our #WadsworthsHistoryofMinton tweets which have been entertaining you all (we hope!) for over 3 months now – how time flies 😮 We’ve just reached Chapter 6 in the “Minton” manuscript, having described the ‘acid gold’ process & the birth of Minton’s famous turquoise (from which this site’s colour scheme takes inspiration) along the way, and it looks like another good’un! Read on for all the details…

Catch up with previous A Tweeted History of Minton posts using the links below:

WHoM:1
(01/04/20 – 07/04/20)
WHoM:2
(08/04/20 – 14/04/20)
WHoM:3
(15/04/20 – 21/04/20)
WHoM:4
(22/04/20 – 28/04/20)

WHoM:5
(29/04/20 – 05/05/20)
WHoM:6
(06/05/20 – 12/05/20)
WHoM:7
(13/05/20 – 19/05/20)
WHoM:8
(20/05/20 – 26/05/20)

WHoM:9
(27/05/20 – 02/06/20)
WHoM:10
(03/06/20 – 09/06/20)
WHoM:11
(10/06/20 – 16/06/20)
WHoM:12
(17/06/20 – 23/06/20)

WHoM:13
(24/06/20 – 30/06/20)