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other antique u.s. pottery • U.K. Pottery by company
Potters and Potteries of Chester County Penn-
Dr. Arthur E. James. The distinctive potteries
in Chester County, Pennsylvania produced utilitarian
goods for the farmers who settled here and influenced
their descendents who moved West and South. In
the 19th century, they made redware, majolica, and
semi-porcelains of note. This work records histories,
shows examples, and documents early settlers.
Size:6’’x9’’•84b/w illus.•208pp.
American Art Pottery Wall Pockets.
Bassett. Ceramic wall pockets, made to hold flow-
ers, primarily, by over sixty American pottery firms,
are displayed in over 570 color photos. Examples
made by Fulper, Grueby, Marblehead, Owens,
Teco, Roseville Brush-McCoy, Camark, Frankoma,
Hull, Nelson McCoy, Peters & Reed, Rookwood,
and Weller are included. Also presented are
typical manufacturers’ marks, a bibliography,
and values in the captions.
Price Guide/Index • 160 pp.
Alternative American Ceramics, 1870-1955:
The Other American Art Pottery.
Ken Forster.
This is the first-ever study of American art/studio
pottery, dinnerware, and other functional wares,
as well as china painting and other ceramic dec-
oration and design produced without a primary
profit-making motivation. This invaluable resource
details works from non-commercial programs,
including the Saturday Evening Girls, the Works
Progress Administration, and many others.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3610-2 • hard cover • $59.99 •
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Biographies in American Ceramic Art:
Ken Forster. Researched for more
than six years, this comprehensive directory of
ceramic art in the United States contains more
than 2,000 biographical entries for individuals
involved in the production and design of dec-
orative pottery from 1870 to 1970. It serves
as a companion index to the author’s book
Alternative American Ceramics.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3611-9 • hard cover • $45.00
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Art Pottery of America.
Revised 4th Edi-
. Lucile Henzke. A comprehensive study of
American art pottery, arranged alphabetically
by the potteries. The text includes important
historical data, photographs of each pottery’s
representative forms, and a complete series of
the identifying marks from the late 19th and early
20th centuries. Recently updated price guide.
Fireworks: New England Art Pottery of
the Arts and Crafts Movement.
Paul A.
Royka. Arts and Crafts style New England art
pottery made from 1872 to 1928 displayed in
over 400 color photos. Text examines the origins
of the Arts and Crafts Movement and influences
manufacturing companies had on it. Beautiful
and highly collected utilitarian forms with Price
Guide for reference.
Price Guide • 192 pp.
antique u.k. pottery by company
Adams Ceramics: Staffordshire Potters
and Pots, 1779-1998.
David A. Furniss, J.
Richard Wagner, and Judith Wagner. This is
the most authentic and readable record of the
prolific Adams ceramic wares from England,
including earthenware, bone china, jasper,
stoneware, basalt, and Parian made over a
200-year period. Over 1250 color photographs
illustrate the comprehensive text.
Price Guide/Index • 336 pp.
ChameleonWare Art Pottery: A Collector’s
Guide to George Clews.
Hilary Calvert. The
history of George Clews’ pottery during its
fifty-five year existence, as well as giving a clear
guide to collecting Chameleon Ware. Illustrated
with over 250 color photographs, a list of all
known patterns with identifying numbers, and
a current price guide, this is the indispensable
handbook both for the Clews collector and for
the lover of art pottery.
Price Guide/Index • 144 pp.
Clarice Cliff and Her Contemporaries: Susie
designers isdisplayedinover420colorphotographs.
Vitalhistorical informationonthe factoriesand forg-
Theseartists,theirworks,andsourcesof inspiration
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 424 color photos & 16 b / w
George Jones Ceramics 1861-1951.
E. Cluett. Popular majolica wares and “Abbey”
blue and white transfer printed ceramics pro-
duced by George Jones. Over 700 color photos
display table, tea, toilet, and ornamental wares.
A detailed history, pattern registration dates,
shapes, & manufacturer’s marks are provided.
Geoffrey Godden has called this “...the ultimate
work on this Stoke firm.”
Size:81/2"x11"•790photos& illus.
Price Guide/Index • 288 pp.
Mason’s Vista Ironstone.
Steve & Fran
Yasgar. The highly collectible Vista pattern has
designs and scenes that are easy to recognize by
their English castles. Over 300 beautiful color
images show the shapes, colors, and design
variations in the pattern, with the added treat
of rare pages from a retail catalog. Detailed
information about Mason Vista, precise captions
and current values.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
on Royal Doulton character and toby jugs, lavishly
illustratedwith1,760 largephotosofmorethanall
piecefromthe lastcenturyand thoseofmorethan
100prototype jugsare included.Thescope,details
and pictorial abundance set this book apart from
anyother referenceon thesubject
Royal Doulton: A Legacy of Excellence.
Gregg Whittecar and Arron Rimpley. The finest
ceramic art wares produced by Royal Doulton
at their Lambeth and Burslem Studios, dating
from the 1870s to 1945. Over 600 photos bring
these treasures directly to life. The book features
many of Doulton’s premier artists and their
hand painted vases, vellum figures, and flambé,
titanium, and experimental glazes.
Value Reference • 288 pp.
Tea Ware Patterns.
Sheryl Bur-
dess. Over 760 color photos display tea ware
patterns produced by Shelley Pottery™ and
its predecessors, Wileman & Company™ and
Foley China™ of Staffordshire, England, from
the 1860s to 1966. Arranged by pattern number,
the encyclopedic listings include thousands of
patterns, color variations, backstamps, and body
shapes. Current market values are included in
the captions.
Price Guide/Index • 288 pp.
Shelley China.
Tina Skinner & Jeffrey B. Snyder.
An expansive guide to the fine bone china made
by this popular British manufacturer. 100s of
pieces are shown in shapes and patterns widely
prized by today’s collectors. A brief history of
the company, spanning the years 1860-1966,
is included, along with a guide to back stamps;
a buyer’s guide to fakes, reproductions, and
damaged items, a pattern index, and current
market values.
Price Guide/Index • 176 pp.
More Shelley
Nicholas Russ & Lee
Jones. Over 580 photographs display hundreds
of Shelley China™ tableware pieces, tea and
coffee sets, vases, and more, in shapes and
patterns not seen in previous publications. A
detailed review of the manufacturing process
for Shelley Potteries’™ English bone china
is provided, along with a brief history of the
company, a guide to detecting damage, a pattern
and shape index, and a listing of current market
values in the captions.
Price Guide/Index • 176 pp.
Spode and Copeland: Over Two Hundred
Years of Fine China and Porcelain.
Smith. Over 440 images display the ceramics
made by Spode. From blue and white transfer
printed wares of the early 1800s to dinnerware
patterns of the 1900s, they include sprig wares,
bone china table and tea sets, figurines, and
stoneware candlesticks and loving cups. Famous
patterns represented include Willow, Rosebud
Chintz, Patricia, and Tower. Values are found
in the captions.
Price Guide/Index • 192 pp.
Wade Miniatures: An Unauthorized Guide to
Whimsies®, Premiums, Villages, and Characters.
Revised 4th Edition
. Donna S. Baker. Over 380 color
photographs showcase these endearing figurines,
including Red Rose Tea and Tom Smith premiums,
Whoppas and Whimsie-Land, Nursery Favourites,
Happy Families, Disney’s Hat Box series, Minikins,
and many more. Includes Wade’s miniature villages,
original boxes and displays, variations, marks, and
newly updated values.
The World of Wade Figurines and Min-
Ian Warner & Mike Posgay. Wade
ceramic figurines and miniatures from the 1930s
through to the present. With over 2,500 items
shown in color and organized in 17 chapters,
this comprehensive guide has current values
both in U.S. dollars and British pounds. There
is a complete illustrated list identifying the
many Wade backstamps. This is a beautiful
and valuable book for the thousands of Wade
collectors around the world.
TheWorld of Wade: Figurines &Miniatures
Ian Warner and Mike Posgay. Building on the
success and scope of The World of Wade Figu-
rines and Miniatures, this revised and expanded
collector’s guide features hundreds of new and
old figurines. Entries include current values,
dimensions, markings, documentation, and,
when known, designer. New chapters include
C&S Collectables, Wade Fair special issues, and
the Goodie Box figurines and Christmas figurines.
ISBN: 978-0-7643-3628-7 • hard cover • $49.99
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