BELLEEK The Complete Collector's Guide and Illustrated Reference Second Edition By Richard K. Degenhardt
Since its founding in 1858 the Belleek Pottery has been known for the artistry and craftsmanship of its wares. The quality of its porcelain body and the fine detail of its patterns have helped Belleek to maintain its reputation as one of the premier potteries of Europe. Commitment to skill and dedication to excellence have been synonymous with Belleek since its birth on the banks of the River Erne in 1858. One chapter is devoted to a review of all the marks and trademarks. Nearly 300 photographs in rich, full color depict hundreds of pieces of tableware, giftware, and woven baskets. Illustrations help to identify marks and twelve styles of basketweave."
Included is a 1993 value guide and an errata page.
1993, Second Edition Hard cover with dust jacket In like new condition with the name of the former owner stamped on the first free endpaper
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BLUE RIDGE DINNERWARE Southern Potteries, Inc.
An Illustrated Value Guide Revised Third Edition By Betty & Bill Newbound Photos by Jimmy Tafoya
This extensive volume includes chapters on; History of the Southern Potteries The Potters The Decorators Shapes and Lines Patterns Accessory Pieces and Chinaware Reproductions Character Jugs Artist-Signed Pieces Clinchfield Ware Matching Glasssware Sets You Can Collect Getting Help and Finding Friends National Advertising Marks An Index and a Price Guide
1993, Revised Third Edition Soft Cover In Like New condition
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