Miller's Ceramics Buyer's Guide

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Octopus Publishing Group, 2006 - Antiques & Collectibles - 320 pages
Miller's makes sense of the dizzying array of collectable ceramics by providing a range of current sales prices and color photographs for more than 2,500 items, ranging from 16th century delftware through 19th century stoneware to post-war and modern pieces. Definitive text reveals the dimensions and creation date for each piece, along with manufacturers' histories, and tips for ceramic restoration and care. Several sections are devoted to collecting by maker, by country of origin, and even by shape. Various styles and collectiblity of items from leading producers such as Staffordshire, Doulton, Sevres, Royal Copenhagen, and Meissen, among others, are discussed in detail, along with those of smaller manufacturers from Europe, the United States, and Russia.

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