Collector's Guide to Feather Edge Ware: Identification & Values

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Collector Books, Sep 1, 2000 - Antiques & Collectibles - 92 pages
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Newcomers to the field of feather edge collecting will be delighted to see the vast array of items produced in this lovely design: tureens, master salts, pepper and mustard pots, ladles, cups and mugs, plates of all sizes, platters, open and covered dishes, drainers, sauce boats, and many more. 150 full color photographs included. A brief section on reproduction will be helpful for both experienced and beginning collectors. AUTHORBIO: In 1992 Lisa McAllister co-authored her first volume of the Collector's Guide to Yellow Ware with John Michel. That book has been brought back into print with updated information and current market values. She has also produced two more volumes on her own in that series, as well as the Collector's Guide to Feather Edge Ware. REVIEW: This book is an identification and value guide intended to help you identify a piece of Red Wing Art Pottery and given an average price you can expect to pay for the item. A history of Red Wing begins the book, as well as information on marks and shape numbers. Detailed color photographs make this book a must-have for collectors.

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Contents

Acknowledgments
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A Chronology of Edges
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Master Salts Pepper Pots and Mustard Pots
23
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

In 1992 Lisa McAllister co-authored her first volume of the Collector's Guide to Yellow Ware with John Michel. That book has been brought back into print with updated information and current market values. She has also produced two more volumes on her own in that series, as well as the Collector's Guide to Feather Edge Ware.

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