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antique u.s. pottery by company
Purinton Pottery.
Jamie Bero-Johnson &
Jamie Johnson. Over 1000 color photos and
historical facts chronicle the Purinton Pottery
of Wellsville, Ohio, from its early Peasant Ware
stages of the late 1930s to the ever-popular
Apple and Pennsylvania Dutch patterns of the
1940s and ’50s. All known patterns and molds
are illustrated in chronological order.
Size:81/2"x11"•1100colorphotos
Value Guide/Index • 224 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0290-6•softcover•$29.9
Rookwood Pottery.
Jeffrey B. Snyder. Over
800 color photos display the ceramic art pottery
made by Rookwood Pottery from 1880 through
1967. Hand-painted decoration by Albert R.
and Anna Marie Valentien, Matt Daly, William
Hentschel, Kate C. Matchette, Mary Nourse,
and Kataro Shirayamadani, among others, is
shown on vases, urns, candlesticks, and plates.
Includes a history of the company, bibliography,
and an index.
Size:9"x12"•825colorphotos
Index • 336 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2277-X•hardcover•$89.95
A Price Guide to Rookwood.
Rookwood art
pottery was made in Cincinnati, Ohio, from 1880 until
1967. In this guide 251color and 166 black and white
photographs show hundreds of vases, plaques, bowls,
bookends, lamps, tea tile, and more, with estimated
price ranges to reflect the art market.
Size: 5 1/3" x 8 1/2" • 251 color and 166 b/w • Price
Guide•267pp.
ISBN:978-0-8953-8022-7•softcover•$24.95
Rookwood Pottery: The Glaze Lines.
Anita
J. Ellis. Rookwood Pottery products and its
glaze lines presented with the Ohio, pottery’s
history from 1880 until 1967. Ellis, curator of
the Cincinnati Art Museum, conclusively explains
and illustrates in color both the Decorated Wares
and Commercial Wares, which are categorized
and defined for the first time. The most complete
record of Rookwood pottery, marks, glossary of
terms and all the glaze lines identified.
Size:81/2"x11"•288photos
Value Reference • 240 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-838-9•hardcover•$69.95
Introducing Roseville Pottery.
Revised &
Expanded 2nd Edition
. Mark Bassett. Rose-
ville pottery was made from 1890 to 1954. Here
over 840 color photographs present numerous
product lines, a discussion of experimental and
trial glaze pieces, a glaze and shape identification
guide, a timeline of Roseville products, and the
company’s factory marks and artist signatures.
Newly revised values are provided with a bib-
liography and an index.
Size:81/2"x11"•848colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 288 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1366-5•hardcover•$39.95
Understanding Roseville Pottery.
Mark
Bassett. Over 800 color photos display Roseville
Pottery artware, particularly the Artcraft, Cherub
Cameo, Donatello, Pine Cone Modern, and
Wincraft lines and Della Robbia and Olympic
items. The text provides a company history
from 1890 through 1954, reveals the key roles
of famous staff members, and shows previously
unpublished manufacturer’s marks.
Size:81/2"x11"•800+color&70b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 288 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1659-1•hardcover•$39.95
Bassett’s Roseville Prices.
Revised & Expanded 3rd
Edition
. Mark Bassett. Over 130 Roseville Pottery Company
ceramic lines are listed and valued in this guide. Arranged
in alphabetical order, each line and common variations
are listed and priced (by glaze color when appropriate).
Everyone interested in art pottery, American artware, or
Ohio pottery will find this an essential reference work.
Size:4"x81/2"•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2201-X•softcover•$9.95
Exclusively Roseville: Price and Inventory
Guide for the Collector/Dealer.
John, Malinda
and Nancy Bomm. Roseville Pottery pattern names,
dates first made, and descriptions with value ranges,
covering thousands of different shapes of various
sizes and glaze colors. The alphabetical organization
and workbook format make record keeping easy for
collectors and dealers.
Size:51/2"x81/2"•1152colorphotos•PriceGuide•446pp.
ISBN:978-0-8953-8117-0•softcover•$34.95
Roseville In All Its Splendor.
Jack and Nancy
Bomm. Roseville pottery has become a popular
antique ware to collect, and with this guide the
patterns can be identified, variations seen, and
values estimated. The alphabetical organization
is easy to use.
Size: 8 3/4" x 11 1/4" • 510 color, 164 b/w photos
•PriceGuide/Index•424pp.
ISBN:978-0-8953-8095-1•hardcover•$39.95
Rozane Ware: The Roseville Pottery Company.
A
beautiful and popular art pottery by Roseville, the Rozane
line was conceived in 1904 to reproduce in art pottery fine
oil paintings of soft and natural tints of nature. This book is a
companybrochurefrom1905thatexplainsthemakingprocess
and displays 70 color images of Rozane decoration with their
identifying numbers. Included are the decoration variations:
RozaneRoyal,RozaneMongol,RozaneEgypto,RozaneMara,
andRozaneWoodland.
Size:43/4“x9"•70color images•40pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-3858-8•softcover•$7.95
Royal Copley: Identification and Price
Guide.
Mike Schneider. Includes 875 pieces of
Royal Copley ceramics, including many previously
unknown examples. Estimated values are includ-
ed in the captions, along with measurements
and information about marks. Also included is
a brief history of the Spaulding China Company,
the Sebring, Ohio, pottery that manufactured
Royal Copley items.
Size:81/2"x11"•508colorphotos
Price Guide • 144 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-739-0•hardcover•$29.95
RusselWrightDinnerware,Pottery&More:
AnIdentificationandPriceGuide.
JoeKellerand
DavidRoss.Over500colorphotoschronicleRussel
Wright’soriginaldinnerware,glassware,andpottery.
Featured are Wright’s Casual China and American
Modern lines, which are among the most popular
and influential dinnerware lines in history. Other
rarerformsanddesignsarealsofeatured.Acurrent
detailedpricingguide isalsoprovided.
Size:81/2"x11"•500+colorphotos
PriceGuide•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1162-X•hardcover•$29.95
Santa Barbara Ceramic Design: Art Pottery
from America’s Riviera. Schiffer LTD
Terry
Gerratana.ThisisthestoryofSantaBarbaraCeramic
Design(SBCD)andhowastudiopotterydefinedby
onepersonproducinghandthrown,handdecorated
potteryevolved intoafull-blownproductionpottery
with distinct colorways, shapes, and designs. This
profile captures the voices of the creative forces
behind SBCD, its company culture, and works that
inmanyways invoketheArtsandCraftsmovement.
Size:81/2"x11"•400color images•256pp.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3888-5 • hard cover • $39.99
Schiffer LTD
Saturday Evening Girls Paul Revere
Pottery.
Meg Chalmers & Judy Young. The
Saturday Evening Girls pottery holds a special
place among the Arts & Crafts Movement of
early 20th century. This is the first expansive
study of the SEG, with in-depth history and
675 color and historical illustrations, the largest
archive of SEG material gathered in one place.
The marks and artists’ signatures are illustrated.
Pots are described and evaluated.
Size: 9" x 12" • 675 color and b/w photos • Price
Guide/Index•272pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2227-3•hardcover•$69.95
Viktor Schreckengost: Designs in Dinner-
ware.
Jo Cunningham. Viktor Schreckengost’s
designs for dinnerware include 24 major shapes
decoratedwithover180differentpatterns.Among
themostpopularofthemid-20thcentury,hismost
successful dinnerware lines were Americana and
Diana (1934), Manhattan (1935), Triumph and
Jiffy Kitchenware (1937). Special commissions,
commemorativeplates,andevenchildren'sdishes
are included.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 274 color and 37 b/w photos •
PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2522-1•softcover•$29.95
TablewareDesignsofBenSeibel:1940s-1980s.
Richard G. Racheter. The many-faceted works of
American ceramic designer Ben Seibel, a pioneer
in mid-20th century modern designs. Shown are
majorworksforIroquois,Steubenville,Roseville,and
Universal potteries, as well as relatively unknown
designsforMikasaandFostoriaglassworks.Includes
comprehensivecoverageofdecorative treatments.
Size:81/2"x11"•845colorphotos
PriceGuide•192pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1603-6•hardcover•$49.95
Shawnee Pottery: The Full Encyclopedia.
Pam Curran. 1300 color photos of the pottery
and dinnerware made by this twentieth century
company along with marks, labels, catalogs, and
evennew itemsand reproductions,plusblackand
white historical photos of the personnel, plant,
and manufacturing process make this book the
most comprehensive study of Shawnee pottery.
Size:81/2"x11"•1,300colorphotos
Price Guide • 304 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-845-1•hardcover•$59.95
Stangl and Pennsbury Birds: Identification
and Price Guide.
Mike Schneider. The entire Stangl
Birds of America series, 60 examples of Pennsbury birds,
and the little known but desirable Stangl animal figures
in beautiful color photos. This user-friendly book lists
the Stangl birds by model number and includes an
alphabetical name index for complete and easy cross
referencing plus close-up photos of marks.
Size:6"x9"•209colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-612-2•hardcover•$19.95
Taylor, Smith and Taylor China Company:
Guide to Shapes and Values.
Mark Gonzalez.
Over 650 color photos display dinnerware shapes
by Taylor, Smith and Taylor from 1899 to 1981,
Avona, Belva, Capitol, Ever Yours, Garland,
Holly & Spruce, Iona, Lu-Ray Pastels, Marvel,
Octagon, Paramount, Shadows, Timbercraft,
Verona, and Vogue patterns. Values are in the
captions and in tables.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 653 color & 10 b/w photos •
PriceGuide•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2071-8•softcover•$29.95
Treasure Craft Pottery & Pottery Craft
Stoneware.
George A. Higby, ISA. Over 650
color photos document Treasure Craft and
Pottery Craft ceramics, with Disneyana items,
200+ novelty cookie jars, Hawaiiana, figurines,
and dinnerware lines, and including works by
Ray Murray, Don Winton, and Robert Maxwell.
Information on manufacturers’ marks, look-alike
products, and values in the captions are included.
Size:81/2"x11"•665colorphotos
Price Guide • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2072-6•softcover•$29.95
Collector’s Guide to Trenton Pot-
teries.
Thomas L. Rago with Photogra-
phy by T. M. Rago. A survey of pottery
of the Trenton Potteries Company of
Trenton, New Jersey, (1892-1950).
Over 290 color photographs display
candlesticks, centerpieces, jardinieres,
lamps, vases, wall pockets, and more.
Current market values are included in
the captions.
Size:11"x81/2"•296colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1277-4•hardcover•$39.95
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