Collecting Lladro: Identification & Price Guide

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Krause Publications, Sep 22, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 256 pages
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Featuring more than 600 colour photographs and 2000 listings, this title provides a comprehensive look at Lladro porcelain, an elegant, romantic, handcrafted, fine porcelain instantly recognizable in its shades of blue, cream, grey and brown. There is a new chapter on un-catalogued Lladro.
 

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Collecting Lladro

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Very comprehensive compilation of Lladro figurines along with interesting information about the development and ongoing production of these beautiful works of ceramic art. Read full review

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You are missing one Lladro of a Mermaid I've been trying to find for 20 years. Can't find her in any of the older reference guides, nor on line, was hoping to find her in your book. The mermaid is on a wave hitting a rock with her both arms up behind her head. She is approx. 10" tall. any idea? 

Contents

FOREWORD
9
INTRODUCTION
10
A HISTORICAL TIMELINE
16
HISTORY MARKS MANUFACTURE
18
SPECIAL SERIES SCULPTURES STUDIES
36
DECORATIVE NONFIGURAL WARES
58
IDENTIFYING INDIVIDUAL ITEMS HOW DO I KNOW ITS A LLADRÓ?
68
SCARCE UNCATALOGUED LLADRÓ HOW RARE IS IT?
80
SMART BUYING ON THE RETAIL SECONDARY MARKETS
92
RESTORATION WHENS IT WORTH DOING?
112
LLADRÓ FAQS
120
THE CATALOGUED CORE COLLECTIONGALLERY PRICE GUIDE
126
REFERENCES
240
A LIST OF IMPORTANT LLADRÓ RESOURCES
241
FIGURINES INDEXED ALPHABETICALLY BY TITLE WITH VALUES
243
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About the author (2003)

Peggy Whiteneck has also written Fenton Art Glass Beasts, Birds & Butterflies (on Fenton figurines), published in 2012, and The Collector's Book of Retired Lladro (Spanish porcelain) in 2010, both from Old Line Publishing. She is the author of From These Earthly Parts, a poetry collection released in 2009, also from Old Line Publishing. Her feature articles on antiques and collectibles have appeared in several magazines, and she writes a monthly syndicated column for the antiques trade journals called "Good Eye; A Collector's View of the Antiques and Collectibles Trade.

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