American Art Pottery
The foremost dealer and collector in America shares his knowledge and experience to provide a beautifully photographed guide to the major studios and artists as he explains how to appreciate and appraise individual pieces. The sumptuous forms and colors produced by studios such as Rookwood, Newcomb, Teco, Tiffany, Fulper and Roseville are detailed with rich color photography. How these studios began and who influenced their works form part of the text, but the primary focus is on allowing the reader to develop the skills to interpret and appraise the works.
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