The Collector's Guide to Made in Japan Ceramics: Identification & Values, Volume 3

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Collector Books, 1998 - Antiques & Collectibles - 232 pages
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All-new Book Three is a companion volume with none of the pieces pictured repeated from the previous books. This highly informative guide distinguishes those 'Made in Japan' ceramics from other Japanese export ceramics such as Nippon, Noritake, and Occupied Japan. Over 650 beautiful color photographs together with a special section on marks and backstamps aid the collector in identifying and dating a collection. Special focus is given to the many styles, and different glazes, as well as reproductions to be aware of in the market. An unbelievable amount and variety of items are featured in this fun, colorful book - from ashtrays to wall pockets, figurines, pincushions, planters, souvenirs, bookends and much more. 1998 values. 8.5 X 11.

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White collects and writes in many categories and has been a serious collector of Depression glass since 1971, and a collector of Made in Japan ceramics since 1981.

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