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Antique pottery: German, Austrian & bohemian • dutch • japanese • chinese
Regimental Steins of the Kaiser’s Cavalry.
Sanders. From the late-1800s up to the beginning of
World War I some of the most elegant and colorful
regimental steins were produced for Kaiser Wilhelm
II’s cavalry regiments. Each stein portrayed the unique
uniform colors, owner, service dates, and fellow
servicemen of the regiment. These steins represent a
time of military fashion that disappeared during World
War I. Each is well illustrated in large color photos.
Size:6"x9"•450+color/bw images•248pp.
Allach Porcelain: 1936-1945.
Dennis R.
Porell. For the first time, the brief nine-year
history of SS Allach Porcelain, the infamous
Nazi-run porcelain factory, is presented in this
new two-volume reference. Explored in detail
is the fascinating array of sculptures made by
Allach and also the historical significance of the
establishment of each category of porcelain.
Vol.1: Political Figures, Moriskens, Plaques,
Presentation Plates, Candleholders,
Specialty Pieces, Germanic Ceramics,
Size:9"x12"•over300color/bw images•208pp.
Vol.2: Historical Military Figures, Peasants,
Size: 9"x12" • over 300 color/bw images • 208
antique dutch pottery
Royal Delft: A Guide to De Porceleyne
Rick Erickson. Documenting the world’s
most famous and oldest surviving Dutch Delft-
ware factory, De Porceleyne Fles (Royal Delft),
including beautiful plates, vases, covered pots,
candlesticks, clocks, tableware, tiles, and
watering cans. Includes original and current
prices, rarity, factory marks, year codes, and
painter’s signatures.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 700 color & 130 b/w photos •
antique japanese pottery
Art Deco Noritake &More: A Photographic
and Historical Record.
David Spain. Nearly
1000 Art Deco porcelain fancyware items by
Noritake, organized for rapid reference. Over 100
backstamps are in full color. An essential book
for anyone interested in Art Deco, 20th century
porcelains, and collectible Noritake fancyware.
b&w images•PriceGuide/Index•224pp.
Noritake Collectibles A to Z: A Pictorial
Record & Guide to Values.
David Spain.
Japanese Noritake porcelain dishes and figu-
rines are represented here by more than 1000
pieces in classical, Art Nouveau, and Art Deco
styles with both luster and non-luster finishes.
A wide variety of post-war bone china figurines
and recent collector-series items appear with
current prices for collectors.
Index • 304 pp.
Collecting Noritake, A to Z: Art Deco &
David Spain. More than 750 color photos
display non-dinnerware porcelains made by
the Noritake Company from about 1908 to the
1970s. Emphasis is on 1920s works with Art Deco
characteristics. The backstamps are presented
and a thought-provoking essay on the historical
and cultural roots of Art Deco, with features of
Art Deco Noritake fancy line porcelains of the
1920s, make this an essential reference.
Price Guide/Index • 205 pp.
Noritake Fancyware A to Z: A Pictorial
Record and Guide to Values.
David Spain.
Ceramic fancywares produced by Noritake,
including bowls, boxes, figurines, lamps, plaques,
teasets, vases and other delicate porcelains, are
displayed in over 1,000 stunning color images.
While concentrating on the wares produced be-
tween 1921 and 1941, fancywares from as early
as 1908 and as recently as the 1980s are also
portrayed. Values are included in the captions.
Price Guide/Index • 320 pp.
Noritake Dinnerware: IdentificationMade
Robin Brewer. Noritake dinnerware now
can be identified easily with the author’s unique
approach in finding a matching pattern or a
similar shape that corresponds on his carefully
compiled time line. Indexed by both name and
number, the vast variety of Noritake dinnerware
is displayed in over 1,200 color photos and
described with price guide.
Price Guide/Name and No. Indices • 192 pp.
Noritake for Europe.
Pat Murphy. The first
book dedicated to Japanese Noritake ceramics
exported to Europe from 1891 to 1939. Over
580 color photos display these porcelains, from
tablewares to vases. Decorative motifs range
from Arts & Crafts to Art Deco. The text in-
cludes a complete guide to collecting. Values
are included in the captions.
Price Guide • 192 pp.
Japanese Porcelain 1800-1950.
& Expanded 2nd Edition
. Nancy Schiffer.
Popular Japanese porcelain of the 19th and
20th centuries, including Kakiemon, Nabeshi-
ma, Arita, Hirado, Fukagawa, Imari, Kutani,
Satsuma, and individual craftsmen’s works. The
European-influenced styles of the 20th century,
such as Nippon, Noritake, and Occupied Japan,
are also presented. Over 500 color photos and
well researched text provide the basic reference
in this field.
Size:9’’x12’’•600photos• Index•304pp.
Shape & Decoration in Japanese Export
Nancy N. Schiffer. Famous Satsuma,
Imari, Hirado, Kutani, and other ceramic styles are
explored inthisnewstudy.Importantdecoratorsare
identified and their unusually fine craftsmanship is
displayed indetail.Fromteavesselstoflowervases
and table ornaments, these ceramic masterpieces
N. Schiffer. The world now applauds the exquisite
ornamentalceramicsmade inJapan inthe late19th
century for export to Europe and America. Here
the breathtaking beauty of intricate decoration on
Satsuma, Imari, Kutani, Hirado and other ceramics
is displayed in over 500 color photographs with a
carefully researched text, descriptive captions, and
informationabout thecurrentworldmarket.
The Golden Age of Karatsu Stoneware.
François Villemin. Over 400 color photos and
text reveal the unique character of 16th and
17th century Karatsu stoneware, ranked with
Raku and Hagi among Japan’s top three ceramic
wares. Explore the table and kitchenware, the
bowls and cups used in the worlds of tea and
saké. Read the descriptions of their features and
purpose within Japanese culture. Learn about
the mystery of its origins and its romantic history.
Size:81/2"x11"•406colorphotos•Index•192 pp.
Figural Japanese Export Ceramics.
cy N. Schiffer. Figures of courtesans, gods,
demons, special characters, and animals in
Japanese export ceramics of the late 19th
and early 20th centuries are highly decorative
and appealing to many. This study presents
an engaging text and over 265 color photo-
graphs of beautiful and amusing figures in
Hirado, Imari, Kutani, Satsuma, Studio works,
and Sumida wares.
Price Guide • 208 pp.
Imari, Satsuma and Other Japanese Export
Revised and Expanded 2nd Edi-
. Nancy N. Schiffer. Imari, Satsuma, Banko
and Sumida wares, the best known of the old
Japanese export ceramics, are shown here in
600 photos of variations by skilled decorators.
Makers’ and decorators’ marks, unusual shapes,
design variations, and hard-to-find examples
appear with identifying captions and concise text.
Price Guide/Index • 204 pp.
The Wonderful World of Nippon Porcelain,
Kathy Wojciechowski. Thousands
of Nippon Japanese porcelain items well known
by their different styles of decoration—Moriage,
Coralene, Cobalt, molded-in-relief, and tapestry.
Included are plaques, dishes, lamps, dolls, vases,
smoking accessories, and other forms. Over 830
photos with identifying captions, text, and 130
different manufacturers’ marks.
Size: 8 1/2" x 11" • 963 photos & marks • Value
Guide • 280 pp.
“MADE IN JAPAN” Ceramics: 1921-1941.
Ifert. Here is an excellent reference for the multitude
of ceramics items marked “MADE IN JAPAN” that
show hundreds of household ceramics arranged in
an easy-to-find alphabetical order from ash trays to
wall pockets. Here are many humorous and novelty
designs for everything from planters to sugar bowls.
Price Guide • 160 pp.
antique chinese pottery
The Ceramics of China: 5000 B.C. to 1900
Gloria & Robert Mascarelli. Over 7000
years of Chinese pottery and porcelain, from
Neolithic times through the fall of the Qing
dynasty in 1911. Over 400 color photos follow
the evolution from the earliest pottery tomb
figures to the fine porcelains created by edicts
of 19th century Chinese Emperors. Features
a Time Line of selected historical events and
values in today’s marketplace.
Size:81/2"x11"•400+color illustrations
Price guide • 256 pp.
Chinese Export Porcelain, Standard Pat-
terns and Forms, 1780-1880.
Herbert, Peter,
and Nancy Schiffer. Chinese export porcelains
of the late 18th to late 19th centuries are fully
discussed in this book. Lists and photography
profusely illustrate all of the standard patterns:
over 1000 items illustrated in black and white
and more than 100 in color. Covers Canton,
Fitzhugh, Rose Medallion, Bird and Butterfly,
and the other associated patterns.
China for America, Export Porcelain of the
18th and 19th Centuries.
Herbert, Peter, and
NancySchiffer.Porcelaindishesmade inChina for
18th- and 19th- century American families from
Maine to South Carolina and west to Mississippi
and California are presented with family crests,
initials, names, and original decorations.
Index • 224 pp.
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