Illustrated in color and black-and-white, this rare out-of-print book is a comprehensive pictorial guide to majolica pottery made in American between 1850-1900. In addition to superb photographs and in-depth captions, this text also provides information on makers and their marks. AMERICAN MAJOLICA: 1850-1900 by M. Charles Rebert, Wallace-Homestead, IA, 1981. "This is the first major book published on the subject of 19th century American majolica. It is a carefully researched guide which is loaded with the facts collectors of American majolica have been seeking. All of the well-known producers of American majolica--Edwin Bennett, James Carr, David Francis Haynes, Griffen, Smith and Company, and the New Milford Pottery--plus lesser known potteries, are covered extensively. Hundreds of pieces of such patterns as Etruscan Shell and Seaweed, Fern, Sunflower, Begonia, Lettuce Leaf, etc., are documented and illustrated. Collectors will find the reproductions of authentic marks and back stamps presented in this book to be absolutely indispensable." This rare out-of-print book is a collector's item in itself and an invaluable resource reference work for the collector, dealer, or historian of American majolica.
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Book Description Wallace-Homestead, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110870693433
Book Description Wallace-Homestead, 1981. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0870693433