Collector's Encyclopedia of Roseville Pottery, Volume 2

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Collector Books, 2001 - Antiques & Collectibles - 224 pages
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This companion volume to Collector's Encyclopedia of Roseville I has also been revised and updated to more accurately represent today's market activity. In this revised edition you will find some of the best examples of the early art ware ever produced, exceptional pieces in the early Blended Glaze, and a fine representation of the Middle Period lines such as Futura, Imperial, and Pine Cone, to name a few. The highly desirable pieces, jardinieres, pedestals, and umbrella stands are featured, as well as more than 140 wall pockets, all shown in full color. There are over 250 color photographs and 85 vintage catalog pages and advertisements showcasing over 2,800 pieces of pottery. Together with the first volume, this book gives new and seasoned collectors all the necessary information for identification of Roseville Pottery. 2003 values.

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After writing their first book, The Story of Fiesta, published in 1974, the Huxfords became pottery editors for Collector Books and in that capacity wrote several other books on various Ohio potteries: Roseville Pottery, McCoy Pottery, Brush-McCoy Pottery, Weller Pottery, and Roseville Pottery, Volume II. Since 1982 they have been editors of Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide; Schroeder's Collectible Toys; Antique to Modern; Garage Sale & Flea Market Annual; and Wanted to Buy.

After writing their first book, The Story of Fiesta, published in 1974, the Huxfords became pottery editors for Collector Books and in that capacity wrote several other books on various Ohio potteries: Roseville Pottery, McCoy Pottery, Brush-McCoy Pottery, Weller Pottery, and Roseville Pottery, Volume II. Since 1982 they have been editors of Schroeder's Antiques Price Guide; Schroeder's Collectible Toys; Antique to Modern; Garage Sale & Flea Market Annual; and Wanted to Buy.

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