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Antique pottery: ironstone • sponge & spatterware • cottage ware • chintz • oyster plates • utilitarian
INTernational antique pottery: ironstone
White IronstoneChina:Plate Identification
Guide 1840-1890.
Ernie & Bev Dieringer. The
identification of English white ironstone plates or-
ganized by shapes made from 1840 to 1890. The
327 color photos and 252 drawings of plates, rims,
potters’marksandregistrymarksareeasytocompare.
CopperLustreandTeaLeafdecorationsareincluded.
Size:81/2"x11"•327colorphotos
252drawings
• PriceGuide/Index • 160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1227-8•softcover•$29.95
White Ironstone, A Survey of its Many
Forms: Undecorated, Flow Blue, Mul-
berry, Copper Lustre.
Dawn Stoltzfus &
Jeffrey B. Snyder. In this alphabetic listing of
all known shapes in plain, Flow Blue, Mulberry,
and Copper Lustre decorations, the makers are
featured with more than 700 color photos to
easily identify pieces and show details never
seen in print before.
Size:81/2"x11"•700colorphotos
Price Guide • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0326-0•softcover•$34.95
INT'L pottery: spongeware & Spatterware
SpongewareandSpatterware.
Revised&Expanded
3rdEdition
.KevinMcConnell.Spongewareandspatterware
is colorful country pottery of the 18th-20th centuries that
remainspopularwithtoday’scollectors.Here isclear insight
into the history and development of the wares and over
200 examples of spongeware and spatterware illustrated
incolorphotoswithcomplete information.
Size:6’’x9’’•200colorphotos
PriceGuide•128pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1219-7•softcover•$16.95
Spongeware, 1835-1935: Makers, Marks
& Patterns.
Henry E. Kelly and Arnold & Dorothy
Kowalsky. 975+ color photos display spongeware
tablewares, serving pieces, tea sets, children’s sets,
andvasesproducedinScotland,England,Europe,and
NorthAmerica. Includes identificationsofpatterns
andpotters,theirmarks,andabibliography.Current
marketvaluesareprovided.
Size:81/2"x11"•over975colorphotos
PriceGuide • 244pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1270-7•hardcover•$59.95
international antique pottery: cottage ware
CottageWare:CeramicTablewareShaped
AsBuildings,1920s-1990s.
EileenRoseBusby.
Charmingbuilding-shaped jugs,cookie jars,mugs,
condimentsets,breakfastdishesandmore.100+
colorandb/wphotosofover350differentcottage
ware items. They are alphabetically grouped by
theirmakers.
Size:81/2"x11"•355color&66b/wphotos
PriceGuide/Index•96pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1745-8•softcover•$29.95
international antique pottery: chintz
ChintzCeramics.
RevisedandExpand-
ed 3rd Edition
. Jo Anne PetersonWelsh.
100+ floral patterns in over 400 full-color
photos, including those from English man-
ufacturersRoyalWinton,JamesKent,Lord
Nelson,Shelley,CrownDucal,Empire,and
more,plus AmericanandJapanesemakers.
Size:11"x81/2"•475colorphotos
PriceGuide/Index•160pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0982-X•hardcover•$39.95
int'l antique pottery: specialty plates
The ABC’s of ABC Ware.
Davida & Irving Ship-
kowitz.Twenty-sixalphabeticallyarrangedchapters
examine thegraphics foundonchildren’salphabet
ware,alongwithfascinatinghistoriesofthenineteenth
centuryfirmsthatproducedit.Ceramicplates,metal
tableandflatware,glassdishes,andmugsallreflect
Victorianerastyles.
Size:81/2"x11"•1027color&35b/wphotos
PriceGuide& Index•288pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1537-4•hardcover•$69.95
Hand-Painted Porcelain Plates: 19th
Century to the Present.
Richard Rendall &
Elise Abrams. 675+ color photos display lovely
portraits, romantic landscapes and city scenes,
still-life paintings, and floral arrangements on
19th and 20th century hand-painted porcelain
plates by Davenport, Doulton, Camille Le Tall-
ec, Meissen, Minton, Sèvres, and Wedgwood.
Includes histories of the makers, marks, values,
and an index.
Size:81/2"x11"•678colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 240 pp.
ISBN:978-0-7643-1692-0•hardcover•$59.99
A Collector’s Guide to Souvenir Plates.
Arene
Burgess. Color photos illustrate this survey of souvenir
plates dating back to the 1880s. Prominent potters
such as Adams & Company, Wedgwood, and Wood
and Sons are included. Short histories are given for
each manufacturer or importer to which specific
views are attributed.
Size:6"x9"•564colorphotos
Price Guide/Index • 224 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0099-7•softcover•$19.95
Popular Souvenir Plates.
Monica Lynn Clem-
ents & Patricia Rosser Clements. Souvenir plates
from the 1880s through the present shown in
over 530 color photographs of souvenir plates
depicting all fifty states, Canada, and Europe by
American, English and European firms.
Size:81/2"x11"•534colorphotos
Price Guide • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0535-2•softcover•$29.95
int'l antique pottery: oyster plates
Collecting Oyster Plates.
Jeffrey B. Snyder.
Oyster plates produced in porcelain, majolica,
faience, English ironstone, and French stoneware
are displayed in over 475 color photographs,
along with oyster platters and servers. Plates
dating from the mid-nineteenth through the
late-twentieth century are displayed. Company
histories and current values are included.
Size:81/2"x11"•478colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1481-5•softcover•$29.95
Oyster Plates.
Vivian and Jim Karsnitz. A rarity
guide and color photographs display nearly 500
different oyster plates and oyster serving utensils
from fashionable homes and restaurants. The
text includes a history of oyster fishing and
oyster eating, and contains information about
oyster plate manufacturers from Limoges and
Meissen to Wedgwood.
Size:81/2"x11"•464colorphotos
Rarity Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-529-0•softcover•$29.95
utilitartian pottery
China Toothpick Holders.
Judy Knauer and
Sandra Raymond. 600+ color photos showcase
porcelain toothpick holders from around the
world. Many manufacturer’s marks are also
shown. Information on contemporary and repro-
duction toothpick holders is included, as well as
tips on collecting, displaying, and insuring your
collection. The most complete reference available.
Size:81/2"x11"•725colorphotos& illustrations
•PriceGuide•176pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2045-9•hardcover•$39.95
Animal Pitchers.
Debbie and Randy Coe.
100s of animal-shaped ceramic pitchers
shown in 200+ color photos with mea-
surements, colors, manufacturer, date
made, and current market value. Over 30
different animal types are included, from
alligators to yaks, representing international
ceramics manufacturers from the Americas,
Europe, and Asia.
Size:9"x6"•201colorphotos
Price Guide • 224 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2385-7•softcover•$19.95
The Complete Cookie Jar Book.
Revised
5th Edition
. Mike Schneider. The most complete
book on the subject ever published: contains
extensive research, organized by both subject
and by artists and dozens of companies, including
McCoy, American Bisque, Hull, and many others.
Plus, information on distributors, importers, and
retailers, along with guidelines to condition,
counterfeits, and production techniques.
Size:9"x12"•2000+colorphotos
Price Guide • 300 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2308-3•softcover•$29.95
Antique Toothbrush Holders.
John, Nancy,
& Brooke Smith. The whole range of the holders,
with hundreds of the most sought after designs
portrayed in over 400 full color photos. Includes
examples in ironstone, porcelain, bisque, glass,
chalkware, celluloid, plastic, and lithographed tin.
Concise captions include size, material, maker
(when known), and an estimate of the value on
the current collectors market.
Size:81/2"x11"•400+colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1654-0•softcover•$29.95
Teapots by Design: A Collector’s Cat-
alogue.
Unjeria C. Jackson. Over 445 color
photos display a wide range of teapots from
antique to contemporary, including porcelain,
semiporcelain, stoneware, silver, copper, brass,
iron, pewter, tin, wood, and glass. Teapot forms
include children’s and full-sized tea sets, min-
iatures, musical, figural, whimsical, seasonal,
advertising, commemorative, and souvenir
teapots. Values are included.
Size:81/2"x11"•449colorphotos
Price Guide • 160 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2325-3•hardcover•$29.95
Teapots: Makers & Collectors.
Dona
Z. Meilach. Dona Z. Meilach tackles the
burgeoning activity of teapot making
and collecting with over 450 dazzling
color images of teapots from fourteen
countries and over 200 artists. Some
of the ceramic, silver, mixed metals,
glass, wood, and paper teapots are not
functional, but they are fun.
Size: 11" x 8 1/2" • 450 color photos •
Index•248pp.
ISBN:0-7643-2214-1•hardcover•$49.95
The Shaving Mug and Barber Bottle Book.
Keith E. Estep. 682 color photos of personalized
shaving mugs, barber bottles and cabinetry
that made the historical barbershop a center
of the community. Many items from important
private collections, some seen as American
folk art. Important tips and current prices for
collectors are included.
Size:81/2"x11"•682photos
Price Guide • 240 pp.
ISBN:0-88740-761-7•hardcover•$69.95
The Best of Shaving Mugs.
Keith Estep.
Hand-painted and photographic occupational,
fraternal, and decorative shaving mugs were a
common feature in barber shops in the nineteenth
and early twentieth centuries. Now they are valued
antiques, often bringing several thousands of
dollars. Here are over 1000 of the best shaving
mugs in the world. Each is fully described with a
current estimate of its market value.
Size:81/2"x11"•1012colorphotos
Price Guide • 240 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-1235-9•hardcover•$89.95
Mustache Cups: Timeless Victorian Trea-
sures.
Pauline C. Peck & Glenn Erardi. This
book brushes away the myths and mystery of
once-common mustache cups. Whether they
are dainty miniatures or hefty farmers’ cups;
European or American ceramics, silver, pottery
or various metals, mustache cups are presented
here in over 600 color photos with descriptions
and price guide.
Size:81/2"x11"•631color&17b/wphotos
Price Guide/Index • 176 pp.
ISBN:0-7643-0924-2•hardcover•$49.95
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