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Books on Ceramics


 

1. Amico, Leonard N. Bernard Palissy. In Search of Earthly Paradise. New York; Flammarion: 1996. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 255 pages, loaded with color and b/w illustrations, dj. Fine. [32180] $40.00

 

2. Argnani, Federigo. Le Ceramiche e Maioliche Faentine dalla loro origine fino al principio del secolo xvi... Faenza; Giuseppe Montanari Editore: 1889. Edition limited to 285 numbered copies. One of the major studies of the maiolica of Faenza of the 15th and 16th centuries. Hardcover. 10"x14", xii + 83 pages, plus 20 folding chromolithographed plates. Red cloth with a leather spine, spine somewhat scuffed, cloth with some soil. Contents with some foxing to the preliminaries, a little foxing to the text, and a little to the plates, primarily confined to the very outer margin; one plate has a 1" tear on the margin. [8706] $1,750.00

 

3. Arman, David & Linda. Historical Staffordshire. An Illustrated Checklist [with the] Supplement. Danville; Arman Enterprises: 1974 & 1977. Hardcover & softcover Supplement. 2 volumes. 6"x9", 244 + 109 pages, hundreds of black & white illustrations. Light wear, Supplement with slight cover rubbing, creased corner. [32602] $85.00

 

4. Atterbury, Paul (& Beatrice Moorcroft). Moorcroft. A Guide to Moorcroft Pottery, 1897-1993. Somerset; Richard Dennis & Hugh Edwards: 2008. Revised & Updated edition. Hardcover. 9"x12", 240 pages, packed with color and black & white illustrations, dust jacket. New condition. [90290] $85.00

 

5. Atterbury, Paul (ed.). English Pottery and Porcelain. An Historical Survey. New York; Universe Books: 1978. An anthology of articles which appeared in the Magazine Antiques between the 1920s and the 1970s. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 282 pages, b/w illustrations; covers a bit worn, tips thumbed, light soil. [9661] $45.00

 

6. Ayer China Co. Catalogue of Old Dark Blue Crockery and Old China, Delft and other Ware, wanted by the Ayer Antique China Co. with prices paid for same. Ayer: no date (1890s). A fascinating little catalog- issued by a firm of china dealers who were looking to purchase transferware in the very, very early years of its collectability. Softcover. 5.5"x8.75", 23 pages, woodcut illustrations, decorated covers; light wear, a short tear in the cover, but a nice copy of a fragile item. [8122] $125.00

 

7. Barber, Edwin Atlee. Artificial Soft Paste Porcelain. France, Italy, Spain and England. New York; Doubleday, Page & Company: 1907. Hardcover. 6"x9", 40 pages plus 42 b/w illustrations; marks; covers a bit worn and soiled; a copy that has been used by several distinguished firms- on the title page there is the blindstamp of a collector, and also of the American Art Association - Anderson Galleries; the AAA's blindstamp is repeated on the endpaper, opposite the ink stamp of the Kende Galleries; there is also a nice engraved bookplate of Henry Otis Harris. [9069] $40.00

 

8. Barber, Edwin Atlee. Artificial Soft Paste Porcelain. France, Italy, Spain and England. New York; Doubleday, Page & Company: 1907. Hardcover. 6"x9", 40 pages plus 42 b/w illustrations; marks; light soil. [7824] $45.00

 

9. Barber, Edwin Atlee. Pottery. Catalogue of American Potteries and Porcelains. Philadelphia; The Pennsylvania Museum and School of Industrial Art: 1893. An early and uncommon catalog. Strong 122. Softcover. 6"x9", 43 pages, color frontispiece and 17 line illustrations. Light wear, period ink inscription of an owner's name on the cover, but a very nice copy of a very fragile catalog. [31328] $200.00

 

10. Barnard, Julian. Victorian Ceramic Tiles. Greenwich; New York Graphic Society: 1972. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 184 pages, profusely illustrated in b/w and color, dj; a fine copy in a somewhat worn jacket. [30657] $65.00

 

11. Barrett, Franklin A. Caughley and Coalport Porcelain. Leigh-on-Sea: F. Lewis Publishers: 1951. Limited to 500 copies. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 109 pages, plus 162 black & white illustrations, dust jacket. Jacket lightly soiled, a little worn. Book itself fine and clean. [32354] $150.00

 

12. Bastenaire-Daudenart, F. L'Art de Fabriquer la Porcelaine, suive d'un Vocabulaire des Mots techniques et d'un traite de la Peinture et Dorure sur Porcelaine. Paris; a la Librairie Scientifique et Industrielle de Malher et Cie.: 1827. 2 volumes. Hardcover. 4.25"x7", xviii + 403 + 443 pages, plus 4 folding engraved plates; bound in old boards with new leather spines with red labels and gilt titles; a little internal toning and soil, plate edges a bit soiled and tatty, but overall a nice set. [8283] $650.00

 

13. Berendsen, Anne, et al. Tiles. A General History. New York; The Viking Press: 1967. Beautifully illustrated and wide-ranging. Hardcover. 8.5"x12", 286 pages, profusely illustrated with b/w and color plates and tipped-in color plates, dj; light wear. [4889] $125.00

 

14. Blasberg, Robert W. & Carol L. Bohdan. Fulper Art Pottery: An Aesthetic Appreciation, 1909-1929. New York; Jordan-Volpe Gallery: 1979. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 88 pages, b/w and color illustrations. Light wear. [31126] $125.00

 

15. Bock, Gisela Reineking von. Steinzeug. Koln; Kunstgewerbemuseum der Stadt Koln: 1986. A wonderfully illustrated study of German stoneware jugs, pitchers, plates, mugs, bowls and other wares. Hardcover. 7"x9.5", 466 pages with 875+ b/w illustrations and 16 color plates, plus 52 b/w plates; dj; light wear. [31266] $125.00

 

16. Borenius, Tancred. Catalogue of a Collection of Pottery belonging to W.H. Woodward. Privately printed: 1928. An elegant catalog of superb 16th century Italian maiolica, with some additional Turkish, Hispano-Moresque and Persian examples also included. Hardcover. 10.5"x12", xv + 38 pages, plus 25 b/w plates with tissue guards. Original quarter vellum and cloth with leather spine label. Covers quite bright and nice. Contents with moderate foxing to the endsheets and some light foxing on a few interior pages. [31030] $750.00

 

17. Britton, Frank. English Delftware in the Bristol Collection. London; Sotheby Publications: 1982. Hardcover. 8"x11", 335 pages, 26 color and 800+ b/w illustrations, dj; near fine. [6114] $350.00

 

18. Bubnova, E. Old Russian Faience. Moscow; Iskusstvo: 1973. Hardcover. 9"x12", 187 pages, b/w and color illustrations; marks; dj. A fine copy in a lightly worn jacket. [30659] $85.00

 

19. [Buckardt Collection] Die Sammlung Fritz Buckhardt - Berlin. Deutsches und Auslandisches Porzellan, Deutsche Fayencen und Steingut. Berlin; Cassirer und Helbing: December 8-9, 1925. Softcover. 8.5"x10", 123 pages, 168 lots, most lots illustrated in b/w. Covers with some wear, lower front cover with small chip, rear cover with several small chips and a slight tear. Minor internal soil, many prices realized noted in pencil. [32264] $175.00

 

20. Buten, David, Patricia Pelehach & L. Richard Smith. Emile Lessore, 1805-1876: His Life and Work [and] The Sydney Cove Medallion. Buten Museum of Wedgwood: 1979. Softcover. 6"x9", 65 + 35 pages, black & white illustrations. Covers a bit rubbed, corner crease. Contents fine and clean. [32512] $20.00

 

21. Buten, David. 18th Century Wedgwood, A Guide for Collectors & Connoisseurs. New York; Main Street Press: 1980. Hardcover. 9"x11.5", 192 pages, 20 color and 198 b/w illustrations, dj. Jacket with small chips. [5763] $40.00

 

22. Chilton, Meredith & J.P. Palmer. A Taste of Elegance. Eighteenth Century English Porcelain from Private Collections in Ontario. George R. Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art: 1986. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 64 pages, color and b/w illustrations; embossure on title page. [8344] $25.00

 

23. Christ, Hans. Ludwigsburger Porzellanfiguren. Stuttgart/Berlin; Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt: 1921. Hardcover. 8"x11", 61 pages with several charts and illustrations, plus 162 b/w illustrations on 120 plates. Covers a bit soiled. [32263] $125.00

 

24. Claney, Jane Perkins. Rockingham Ware in American Culture, 1830-1930. Reading Historical Artifacts. University Press on New England: 2004. Softcover. 7"x10", 184 pages, black & white and color illustrations. A new book. [95097] $20.00

 

25. Clarke, Harold G. Under-Glaze Colour Picture Prints on Staffordshire Pottery: The Pictorial Pot Lid Book. An Account of their Origin, and a Descriptive Catalogue, compiled from the author's and the Lambert and Jenkins and Ball Collections. Leamington Spa; Courier Press: 1970. 2nd prtg. Hardcover. 8"x10", 307 pages, hundreds of b/w illustrations, dj. Jacket chipped. [6256] $100.00

 

26. Clement, Arthur W. Our Pioneer Potters. New York; privately printed: 1947. Edition limited to 500 copies. Hardcover. 6.5"x9.5", 94 pages plus 24 b/w plates; a little light wear. Inscribed from the author to the famous American furniture dealer Israel Sack. [30903] $200.00

 

27. Copeland, Robert. Parian. Copeland's Statuary Porcelain. Woodbridge; Antique Collector's Club: 2007. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 352 pages, profusely illustrated in color and b/w, dj. New. [90237] $89.50

 

28. Coysh, A.W. Blue-Printed Earthenware 1800-1850. Rutland; Charles Tuttle: 1972. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 112 pages, 100+ b/w illustrations, dj; a nice copy. [9659] $40.00

 

29. Coysh, A.W. Blue-Printed Earthenware 1800-1850. Newton Abbot; David & Charles: 1972. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 112 pages, 100+ b/w illustrations, dj; light soil, covers slightly bowed. [6391] $35.00

 

30. Croteau, Rev. Roger H., et al. Hampshire Pottery 1871-1923. Manchester; Currier Gallery of Art: 1986. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 8 pages, no illustrations; a nice copy. [30497] $45.00

 

31. [Curry Collection] Grueby Pottery. A New England Arts and Crafts Venture. The William Curry Collection. Hanover; Hood Museum of Art: 1994. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 40 pages, 5 b/w illustrations and 9 color plates. Marks. Light wear, small owner's stamp on copyright page. [31230] $150.00

 

32. Curtis, Phillip H. Tucker Porcelain 1826-1838: A Re-Appraisal. University of Delaware: 1972/UMI Reprints. Comb-bound. 8.5"x11", 148 pages, poor b/w illustrations. A reprint from microfilm, with consequent degradation of b/w photos. New. [90181] $65.00

 

33. Dawes, Nicholas. Majolica. New York; Crown Publishers: 1990. Hardcover. 10"x10", 192 pages, hundreds of color illustrations, dj; bibliography; a nice copy. [8328] $85.00

 

34. DeBolt, C. Gerald. The Dictionary of American Pottery Marks. Whiteware and Porcelain. Rutland; Charles Tuttle: 1988. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 153 pages, line illustrations, worn dust jacket. [32812] $25.00

 

35. Dees, Dr. K. Otto. Die Geschichte der Porzellanfabrik zu Tetta und die Beziehungen Alexander v. Humboldts zur Porzellanindustrie. Wiedemannsche Druckerei: 1921. A very scarce history of porcelain manufacture at Tettau, most well-known for the Royal Bayreuth factory. Softcover. 6"x9", 64 pages, plus 3 b/w plates of factory views, and 1 b/w and 4 color plates of porcelains. Light soil, else a very nice copy. [32043] $250.00

 

36. Dennis, Richard. William Moorcroft and Walter Moorcroft, 1897-1973. Catalogue of an exhibition of pottery at the Fine Art Society. London; Richard Dennis: 1973. Softcover. 8.5"x11.5", 128 pages, 2 color plates and many black & white illustrations. Former owner's name stamp on endpaper and embossure on title page. Light cover wear, a little rubbing, tips thumbed. [32658] $65.00

 

37. Detweiler, Susan G. George Washington's Chinaware. New York; Harry Abrams: 1982. This acclaimed study of George Washington's imported china and its history provides a fascinating sidelight into the and European Trades and the way porcelains reached America in the 18th century. Hardcover. 9.5"x11", 244 pages, 55 color and 106 b/w illustrations, dj; a fine copy in a fine jacket. [95007] $45.00

 

38. Diderot, Denis (ed.). Fayancerie [and] Emailleur a la Lampe, et Peinture en Email. Paris; ca. 1770. These two sections (or chapters) from Diderot’s ‘Encyclopedie’ illustrate the process of making pottery, and painting enamels. The first section includes 12 plates illustrating tools, machinery, workshops, forms and kilns, as well as finished plain and fancy pottery. The second section illustrates the tools, lamps and workshops used by enamel painters. Hardcover. 10.5"x16", 5 pages of text and 12 copper engraved plates; 1 page of text and 4 engraved plates. Bound in new cloth, with a reproduction of the Encyclopedie's title page. Clean and nice. [32635] $350.00

 

39. Dorveaux, Paul. Les Pots de Pharmacie Leurs Inscriptions presentees sous forme de dictionnaire. Paris; A Maloine, Editeur: 1908. Edition limited to 150 copies. A dictionary of several thousand inscriptions found on antique drug jars from throughout Europe, identifying what the contents were. Softcover. 5.75"x9", 89 pages plus 14 b/w plates. Some cover soil, pages browned, a little wear; a nice copy of a scarce, fragile book. [8310] $375.00

 

40. Drey, Rudolf E.A. Apothecary Jars. Pharmaceutical Pottery and Porcelain in Europe and the East, 1150-1850, with a Glossary of Terms used in Apothecary Jar Inscriptions. London; Faber and Faber: 1978. Hardcover. 6.5"x10", 249 pages, 8 color plates and 96 b/w illustrations, dj; jacket torn at the top of the spine, paper a bit toned, else a very nice copy indeed. [30860] $350.00

 

41. Duignan, W.H. Notes on Staffordshire Place Names. London; Henry Frowde: 1902. Hardcover. 5"x7.5", xix + 178 pages; publisher's brick-colored cloth with gilt title; light rubbing to covers, else a very nice copy. [30738] $60.00

 

42. Duignan, W.H. Notes on Worcestershire Place Names. London; Henry Frowde: 1905. Hardcover. 5"x7.5", x + 185 pages; publisher's green cloth with gilt title; light rubbing to covers, internally, there is a light water wrinkle in upper corner, else a nice copy. [30739] $60.00

 

43. Eaglestone, Arthur A. & Terence A. Lockett. The Rockingham Pottery. Rutland, Charles Tuttle: 1967. 2nd, revised edition. Hardcover. 5.75"x9", 159 pages, 16 b/w plates; marks; dj. Light wear, a nice copy. [9657] $35.00

 

44. Eccles, Herbert & Bernard Rackham. Analysed Specimens of English Porcelain. London; HMSO/Victoria & Albert Museum: 1922. A small, hard-to-find pamphlet featuring a number of damaged porcelain specimens from many British and Welsh porcelain factories which were subjected to chemical analysis. Of extreme interest to those interested in the chemical composition of 18th century English porcelain; of no interest whatsoever to those not interested in the chemical composition of 18th century English porcelain. Softcover. 5"x7.25", 53 pages plus 16 b/w plates; a little wear, but a very nice copy. [5912] $125.00

 

45. Ellison, Robert A., Jr. George Ohr, Art Potter. The Apostle of Individuality. London; Scala Publishers: 2006. Hardcover. 10"x12", 176 pages, 197 color and 22 black & white illustrations, dust jacket. New. [90282] $65.00

 

46. English Ceramic Circle Transactions - Volume 7, Part 1. English Ceramic Circle: 1968. Softcover. 6"x9.5", 86 pages plus 89 black & white plates. Covers with some soil, wear, tips thumbed. [32740] $25.00

 

47. English Ceramic Circle Transactions - Volume 8, Part 1. English Ceramic Circle: 1971. Softcover. 6"x9.5", 123 pages plus 85 black & white plates. Covers with some soil, wear, tips thumbed, light wrinkle at to of last pages. [32741] $25.00

 

48. English Porcelain Circle. English Porcelain Circle. Transactions No. I to IV. London; Lund Humphries & Co., Ltd.: 1932. Hardcover. 6.5"9.75", 30 + 70 + 95 + 98 pages, plus 2 + 19 + 25 + 30 b/w plates; light soil, a very nice copy. [30663] $150.00

 

49. Erskine, Mrs. Stuart. Lady Diana Beauclerk. Her Life and Work. London; T. Fisher Unwin: 1903. A magnificent study of the life and work of Lady Diana Beauclerk [1734-1808], who created drawings for Wedgwood, which were translated into relief models by Wedgwood's modeller William Hackwood and used to produce jasperware featuring classical subjects with a certain degree of sentimentality. Hardcover. 10x13, xvi + 316 pages, with many b/w illustrations, plus 8 tipped-in color plates and 2 steel-engraved plates, all with tissue guards; publishers red cloth with gilt titles and floral border decorations; covers with rubbing and some soil, hinges a bit shaken, a few old pen notes on the endpapers; a large, heavy book which has seen some wear. [9202] $175.00

 

50. Fortnum, C. Drury E. A Descriptive Catalogue of the Maiolica, Hispano-Moresque, Persian, Damascus, and Rhodian Wares, in the South Kensington Museum. With Historical Notices, Marks, & Monograms. London; Chapman & Hall: 1873. Hardcover. 7"x10", cix + 699 pages, with many woodcuts in the text and 12 chromolithographed plates. Bound in the original green pebbled cloth with a leather spine and gilt titles; about as nice a copy of this book as you are likely to find- there is some minor cover wear -a few bumps and dings, a little soil and rubbing, but the hinges are tight and the book is clean. Internally there is some scattered foxing as is usual, but the pages are partially unopened and although they exhibit some age-toning there is no other wear or soil to speak of. A very nice copy of a very thick, awkward book which is usually found breaking out of its binding one way or another. [4752] $750.00

 

51. Fox, Eleanor & Edward. Gaudy Dutch. Pottsville, published by the authors: 1968. Softcover. 6"x9", 35 pages, 16 color plates; light soil, former owner's name on endpaper and 2 blindstamps on title page. [30979] $85.00

 

52. Garner, F.H. English Delftware. London; Faber and Faber: 1948. Hardcover. 6.5"x10", xii + 44 pages, plus 4 color and 96 b/w plates. Light wear. [32166] $35.00

 

53. Gaston, Mary Frank. American Belleek. Paducah; Collector Books: 1984. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 127 pages, 215 color illustrations. A little light soil. [32704] $40.00

 

54. Gibson, Michael. 19th Century Lustreware. Woodbridge; Antique Collectors' Club: 1999. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 191 pages, color and black & white illustrations, dust jacket. Light wear. [32604] $85.00

 

55. Gilhespy, F. Bradshaw. Crown Derby Porcelain. Leigh-on-Sea; F. Lewis: 1951. Edition limited to 600 signed copies. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 108 pages, plus 108 b/w plates, dj; a nice copy in a lightly soiled jacket. [8712] $150.00

 

56. Godden, Geoffrey A. Caughley and Worcester Porcelains 1775-1800. New York; Frederick A. Praeger: 1969. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", xxi + 166 pages, with black & white illustrations in the text, plus 10 color plates and 317 black & white illustrations. Dust jacket. Jacket a bit worn and torn around the edges, a little rubbed. [32353] $150.00

 

57. Godden, Geoffrey A. Coalport and Coalbrookdale Porcelains. New York; Praeger Publishers: 1970. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 156 pages plus 10 color plates and 232 black & white illustrations, dust jacket. jacket a bit rubbed and with light soil, a little wear around the edges. Book itself clean and tight. [32352] $100.00

 

58. Godden, Geoffrey A. Jewitt's Ceramic Art of Great Britain 1800-1900. New York; Arco Publishing Co.: 1972. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 282 pages, several color and many b/w and line illustrations, dj; near fine. [5161] $50.00

 

59. Gordon, Elinor (ed.). Chinese Export Porcelain. An Historical Survey. New York; Main Street/Universe Books: 1975. An anthology of articles from The Magazine Antiques. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 175 pages, numerous b/w and 14 color illustrations; light soil, a little wear. [9411] $35.00

 

60. Greaser, Paul & Arlene. Homespun Ceramics. A Study of Spatterware. Allentown; privately published: 1964-5. 2nd edition. Softcover. 6"x9", 90 pages, 1 color plate and many black & white illustrations. A little light soil. Inscribed by the authors. [32527] $25.00

 

61. Grigsby, Leslie B. English Slip-Decorated Earthenware at Williamsburg. Colonial Williamsburg Foundation: 1993. A thin catalog, but action-packed. Softcover. 8"x10.5", 80 pages, 91 color and b/w illustrations. Light wear, a nice copy. [31324] $250.00

 

62. Guilland, Harold F. Early American Folk Pottery. Philadelphia; Chilton Book Co.: 1971. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 322 pages, some color and hundreds of b/w illustrations; bibliography. Covers somewhat worn and soiled, contents clean and tight; now in a color facsimile jacket which makes it look spiffier on the shelf. [30536] $50.00

 

63. Haggar, Reginald G. The Concise Encyclopedia of Continental Pottery and Porcelain. New York; Frederick A. Praeger: 1968. 2nd printing. Hardcover. 8"x10", 533 pages, color and black & white plates, dj; bibliography. Light wear, front hinge a little wobbly, jacket scuffed along the edges. [32715] $40.00

 

64. Hainbach, Rudolf. Pottery Decorating. A Description of all the Processes for Decorating Pottery and Porcelain. London; Scott, Greenwood & Son: 1907. Hardcover. 5"x7.25", vi + 252 pages, with 22 b/w illustrations of machinery; plus publisher's advertisements. Publisher's red cloth with gilt titles; light cover soil, a little wear, but a very nice copy. [30757] $50.00

 

65. Halsey, R.T. Haines. Pictures of Early New York on Dark Blue Staffordshire Pottery. Together with Pictures of Boston and New England, Philadelphia, the South and the West. New York; Dover Publications: 1974. First published in 1899. Softcover, 6"x9", 327 pages, black & white illustrations. Light wear, tips thumbed. [32693] $25.00

 

66. [Hampshire Pottery] Hampshire Pottery, Majolica & Stoneware. Absentee Auction. Sudbury; Smith & Jones: May 26, 1993. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 30 pages, b/w and several color illustrations; stapled-bound and 3-ring punched; light soil; prices realised sheet. [30498] $65.00

 

67. Hawes, Vivian S. & Christina S. Corsiglia. The Rita & Frits Markus Collection of European Ceramics & Enamels. Boston; Museum of Fine Arts: 1984. Softcover. 8"x11", 287 pages, color and black & white illustrations. Light wear, covers a bit rubbed, tips thumbed. [32738] $25.00

 

68. Henniker, John. Two Letters on the Origin, Antiquity, and History of Norman Tiles, Stained with Armorial Bearings. London; printed by John Bell...Bookseller to His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales: 1794 [mistakenly noted as 1796 by Solon]. Hardcover. 5.5"x8.5", 114 pages plus 3 engraved plates reproducing twenty tile designs; bound in period marbled boards with a parchment spine; boards worn and scuffed, spine perishing and hinges detached, along with the first gather (but all present); very minor internal toning and a few light pencil notes but overall internally a very nice copy with wide margins. [30630] $600.00

 

69. Herman, Lloyd E. American Porcelain: New Expressions in an Ancient Art. Forest Grove; Timber Press: 1981. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 135 pages, color and b/w illustrations; covers rubbed, a little wear. [8724] $35.00

 

70. Hess, Catherine. Italian Maiolica. Catalogue of the Collections. Malibu; J. Paul Getty Museum: 1988 Hardcover. 9"x12", 127 pages, color and b/w illustrations, dj. A fine copy. [31261] $100.00

 

71. Hill, Susan. The Shelley Syle. A Collector's Guide. Jazz Publications: 1991. 2nd printing. 8.5"x11.5", 194 pages, color and line illustrations. Covers with some light wear and soil, tips thumbed, etc. [32718] $85.00

 

72. Hodgdon, Jeannette R. Collecting Old English Lustre. Illustrated by Reproductions of Specimens from the Author's Collection. Portland; Southworth-Anthoensen Press: 1937. Hardcover. 7"x10", xv + 44 pages, plus 14 b/w plates; publisher's boards with paper label and blue cloth spine; very minor soil to the covers, else a very nice copy. [30737] $100.00

 

73. [Hodgson Collection] The Jacqueline D. Hodgson Collection of Important American Ceramics. New York; Sotheby Parke Bernet: January 22, 1974. Softcover. 8.5"x9", 55 pages, 202 lots, many b/w illustrations and 2 color plates; prices realized list stapled to title page. [8430] $100.00

 

74. Honey, W.B. European Ceramic Art. Dictionary of Factories, Artists, Technical Terms and General Information from the end of the Middle Ages to about 1815. London; Faber & Faber:1952. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 788 pages, b/w and line illustrations, 4 color plates, marks; a working copy with a clear-taped spine and internally reglued hinges; some pencil marks. A working copy, but really a very clean and good one. [8704] $150.00

 

75. Honey, W.B. [ed.]. English Ceramic Circle. English Pottery and Porcelain: Commemorative Catalogue of an Exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum May 5th - June 20th, 1948. London; Routledge and Kegan Paul, Ltd.: 1949. Edition limited to 1000 copies. Hardcover. 8.5"x11.5", 94 pages of text plus 3 color and 120 b/w plates. A nice copy. [8716] $100.00

 

75. Hughes, G. Bernard. English and Scottish Earthenware, 1660-1860. London; Abbey Fine Arts: 1961. Hardcover. 6"x9", 238 pages plus 46 black & white plates and several line illustrations, dust jacket. Jacket worn and rubbed with several rips. Pages a bit browned, former owner's embossure on the title page. [32714] $20.00

 

76. Hughes, Kathy. A Collector's Guide to Nineteenth-Century Jugs. London; Routlege & Kegan Paul: 1985. A very handy guide to Victorian relief-molded jugs. Hardcover. 6"x9.5", 138 pages, b/w illustrations, dj. Light wear. [32219] $175.00

 

77. Hull, M.R. The Roman Potters' Kilns of Colchester. Oxford; printed at the University Press for The Society of Antiquaries: 1963. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 195 pages, 107 b/w figures with hundreds of illustrations, plus 22 b/w plates. In fine condition. [32454] $35.00

 

78. Hunter, Robert (ed.). Ceramics in America -2006. Hanover; Chipstone Foundation: 2006. Card covers. 8.5"x11", xiii + 336 pages, color and b/w illustrations. New. [90220] $60.00

 

79. Jensen, Veryl M. The First Book of International Willow Ware China. Oakridge; Fact Book Company: 1975. Softcover. 6"x9", 96 pages, color and b/w illustrations; light wear. [30982] $100.00

 

80. Jervis, W[illiam].P[ercival]. A Pottery Primer. Oyster Bay; W.P. Jervis / The O'Gorman Publishing Co.: 1911. Softcover. 6"x9", 188 pages, + advertisements; covers a bit rough, some soil and a few tears. [5857] $100.00

 

81. John, W.D. & Warren Baker. Old English Lustre Pottery. Newport Mon: R.H. Johns Ltd.: 1951. Hardcover. 9"x12", 132 pages, plus 27 color and 68 b/w plates. Inscribed "With the author's best wishes - W.D. John", and with Sam Laidacker's bookplate on the front pastedown, and with annotations and underlines in the text and on the plates. Covers with wear, front hinge wobbly. [32266] $250.00

 

82. Johnson, G.Y. & F.H. Bramwell. A Catalogue of Masonic Pottery. The Freemasons' Hall, Duncombe Place, York, In the Possession of the Province of Yorkshire North and East Ridings and the York Lodge. York; printed by Ben Johnson & Co.: 1951. Hardcover. 5.5"x8.5", 60 pages plus 13 b/w plates. [30254] $250.00

 

83. de Jonge, C.H. Delft Ceramics. New York; Praeger Publishers: 1970. Hardcover. 8"x10", 168 pages, 20 color plates and 156 b/w illustrations, dj; light wear; jacket slightly chipped. [32088] $75.00

 

84. Jordan, Derek H. Victorian China Fairings. The Collectors' Guide. Woodbridge; Antique Collectors' Club: 2003. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 176 pages, color and b/w illustrations, dj. New. [90163] $65.00

 

85. [Kanter] Fine Ceramics. Featuring the Kanter Collection of 18th Century Wedgwood and Related Wares. Boston; Skinner, Inc.: May 31, 1997. Sale 1778. Softcover. 8"x11", 85 pages, 423 lots, color and b/w illustrations. Institutional stamp on first page, else fine condition. [31650] $55.00

 

86. Katz, Marshall P. Ceramic das Caldas da Rainha. Estilo Palissy, 1853-1920. Lisbon; Edicoes Inapa: 1999. Hardcover. 9.5"x12", 140 pages, loaded with color illustrations, dust jacket. Fine condition. [32785] $30.00

 

87. Katzenberg, Dena S. Blue Traditions. Indigo Dyed Textiles and Related Cobalt Glazed Ceramics from the 17th through the 19th Century. Baltimore Museum of Art: 1974. Softcover. 7"x11", 203 pages, many black & white illustrations. Light wear. [32708] $35.00

 

88. Kauffman, Gerhard. North German Folk Pottery of the 17th to the 20th Centuries. International Exhibitions Foundation: 1979. Softcover. 8.5"x11.5", 148 pages, several color and many b/w illustrations. [31739] $35.00

 

89. Keen, Kirsten Hoving. American Art Pottery 1875-1930. Wilmington; Delaware Art Museum: 1978. Softcover. 11"x11.5", 84 pages, b/w illustrations. [31134] $45.00

 

90. Kircher, Edwin. Rookwood Pottery. An Explanation of Its Marks and Symbols. Edwin Kircher: 1962. Softcover. 5.5"x8.5", 19 pages; light wear. [9858] $50.00

 

91. Knight, H.H. and Egbert Moxham. Specimens of Inlaid Tiles Heraldic and Geometrical from Neath Abbey, Glamorganshire. Edinburgh; Committee of the Neath Philosophical Institution: no date (Solon says 1850, and this seems about right). Hardcover. 22"x15", with a beautiful and elaborate lithographed scenic title page, dedication page, list of subscribers, and 27 pages of text plus 8 plates, the first a tinted view of the Abbey, the second a floor plan with inset details, plates 3-7 chromolithographed plates of the tiles in red and yellow tones, the last plate another tinted plate of the Abby by moonlight. Bound in at the back is a lithographed Prospectus for the limited 2nd edition of a history of the Charters of the Abbey. Orignal cloth, covers with light rubbing and wear, corners bumped; light scattered internal foxing, a few small wormholes near the margins, but overall a nice copy. [8708] $850.00

 

92. Knowles, W. Pitcairn. Dutch Pottery and Porcelain. London; B.T. Batford: 1913. Hardcover. 6"x9", 122 pages, plus 54 b/w and colored plates; covers with light wear, but a tight, clean copy. [4977] $65.00

 

93. Kovel, Ralph & Terry. The Kovels' Collector's Guide to American Art Pottery. New York; Crown Publishers: 1979. 2nd prtg. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 348 pages, b/w and color illustrations, dj; light wear. [31130] $40.00

 

94. Larsen, Ellouise Baker. American Historical Views on Staffordshire China. New York; Dover Publications: 1975. Revised ed. A reissue of the 1950 enlarged and revised edition of this classic and still-standard reference work. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 345 pages, b/w illustrations, dj. A nice copy. [32204] $40.00

 

95. Lee, Jean Gordon. Philadelphians and the China Trade 1784-1844. Philadelphia Museum of Art/University of Pennsylvania Press: 1984. Softcover. 9"x12", 232 pages, hundreds of color and black & white illustrations. Light wear, tips thumbed, covers a bit rubbed. [32666] $60.00

 

96. Levin, Elaine. The History of American Ceramics, 1607 to the Present. From pipkins and bean pots to contemporary forms. New York; Harry N. Abrams: 1988. Hardcover. 9.5"x11.5", 351 pages, b/w and color illustrations. A fine copy. [32093] $75.00

 

97. Lewis, Griselda. A Collector's History of English Pottery. New York; The Viking Press: 1969. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 221+ pages, packed with color and b/w illustrations, dj. Light wear, abrasion along lower edge. [5845] $30.00

 

98. Lewis, John & Griselda. Pratt Ware. English and Scottish relief decorated and underglaze coloured earthenware 1780-1840. Woodbridge, Antique Collector's Club: 1984. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 304 pages, color and b/w illustrations, dj; near fine. [6278] $75.00

 

99. Lipski, Louis L. & Michael Archer. Dated English Delftware. Tin-Glazed Earthenware 1600-1800. London; Sotheby Publications: 1984. Hardcover. 9.5"x12.5", 446 pages, 16 color plates and almost 1800 b/w illustrations; dj; a near fine copy. [31420] $800.00

 

100. Little, W.L. Staffordshire Blue. Underglaze blue transfer-printed earthenware. New York; Crown Publishers: 1969. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 160 pages, plus 119 b/w illustrations, dj; a nice copy in a lightly worn jacket. [8207] $40.00

 

101. Lockett, T.A. Davenport Pottery and Porcelain, 1794-1887. Rutland; Charles Tuttle: 1972. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 112 pages, color frontispiece and numerous b/w illustrations; marks; dj. A nice copy. [8204] $100.00

 

102. Macht, Carol. Classical Wedgwood Designs. New York; Gramercy Publishing: 1957. Hardcover. 6"x9", 144 pages, black & white illustrations, dust jacket. Former owner's name stamp on endpaper and embossure on title page. Sticker residue on endpaper. [32657] $25.00

 

103. [Maclay Collection] Early American Glass and Ceramics, Collection of Alfred B. Maclay. New York; Parke-Bernet: March 23-25th, 1939. Sale 100. Softcover. 7.5"x10", 141 pages, 550 lots, numerous b/w illustrations; slight wear and soil. [7037] $125.00

 

104. Magnier, D. Nouveau Manuel Complet du Porcelainier, Faiencier, Potier de Terre, comprenant la fabrication des gres cerames, des pipes, des boutons en porcelaine, des diverses porcelains tenders... Paris; Librairie Encyclopedique de Roret: 1864. Hardcover. 3.75"x6", 283 + 212 pages, plus 10 folding engraved plates; bound in period marbled boards with plain black leather spines and gilt titles; some light spotting and foxing. [30333] $175.00

 

105. Mankowitz, Wolf & Reginald G. Haggar. The Concise Encyclopedia of English Pottery and Porcelain. New York; Frederick A. Praeger: 1968. 2nd printing. Hardcover. 8"x10", xv + 312 pages, 24 color and 160 black & white plates, dj; light soil, jacket lightly worn. [32716] $40.00

 

106. May, John & Jennifer. Commemorative Pottery 1780-1900. A Guide for Collectors. New York; Charles Scribner's Sons: 1972. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 180 pages, 250 b/w illustrations, dj. Light wear. [31267] $45.00

 

107. McCauley, Robert H. Liverpool Transfer Designs on Anglo-American Pottery. Portland; Southworth-Anthoensen Press: 1942. Edition limited to 500 copies. Hardcover. 6.5"x9", xxi + 150 pages, plus 33 b/w plates illustrating 104 examples; a little light wear, but a very nice copy. [8719] $475.00

 

108. McKenna, George L, et al. The Frank P. and Harriet C. Burnap Collection of English Pottery in the William Rockhill Nelson Gallery of Art. Kansas City; Nelson-Atkins Gallery of Art: 1953. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 128 pages, numerous b/w and several color illustrations, card covers, dj. Jacket soiled and with tape repairs; several very small glue-adhesion tears along inner gutter of frontis. [4579] $40.00

 

109. McVeigh, Patrick. Scottish East Coast Potteries, 1750-1840. Edinburgh; John Donald Publishers Ltd.: 1979. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 194 pages, filled with color and b/w illustrations, dj; light wear, jacket lightly worn; From the reference library of noted Boston silver dealer Shreve, Crump & Low, with their stamp on the endpaper and a colored tape tag they often affixed to the spine. [31268] $85.00

 

110. Miller, J. Jefferson, II. Eighteenth-Century Meissen Porcelain from the Margaret M. and Arthur J. Mourot Collection in the Virginia Museum. Richmond; Virginia Museum: 1983. Softcover. 7.5"x10.5", 68 pages, 3 color and many black & white illustrations. Light wear. [32599] $25.00

 

111. Miller, J. Jefferson, II. English Yellow-Glazed Earthenware. Washington; Smithsonian Institution Press: 1974. Hardcover. 8"x10.5", 125 pages, 64 color and 74 b/w illustrations, dj; bibliography; a nice copy. [9663] $85.00

 

112. Mills, Brent. Porcelain Insulators and How They Grew. Published by the author in 1970. Hardcover. 6"x9.5", 227 pages, black & white illustrations. [32739] $35.00

 

113. Minutes of the Second Wedgwood International Seminar. Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration: 1957. Softcover. 5.5"x8.25", 68 pages, b/w illustrations; light wear. [8991] $65.00

 

114. Montgomery, Susan J. The Ceramics of William H. Grueby. The Spirit of the New Idea in Artistic Handicraft. Lambertville; Arts & Crafts Quarterly Press: 1993. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 154 pages, b/w and color illustrations. Light wear. [31136] $100.00

 

115. [Moorcroft] Moorcroft Pottery. South Kensington; Christie's: October 9, 1998. The very well illustrated auction catalog to a sale of very fine Moorcroft pottery. Softcover. 8"x10.5", 47+ pages, 483 lots, packed with color illustrations. Fine condition. [32624] $35.00

 

116. [Moorcroft] Moorcroft Pottery. South Kensington; Christie's: October 8, 1999. The very well illustrated auction catalog to a sale of very fine Moorcroft pottery. Softcover. 8"x10.5", 48 pages, 557 lots, packed with color illustrations. Fine condition. [32625] $35.00

 

117. Mountford, Arnold R. The Illustrated Guide to Staffordshire Salt-Glazed Stoneware. New York; Praeger Publishers: 1971. Hardcover. 6.5"x10", 88 pages plus 8 color plates and 244 b/w illustrations, dj. [9105] $100.00

 

118. Mudge, Jean M, et al. Ceramics and Glass at the Essex Institute. Salem; Essex Institute: 1985. Softcover. 8"x8", 64 pages, b/w illustrations. Light wear. [32226] $20.00

 

119. Mudge, Jean M. Chinese Export Porcelain for the American Trade 1785-1835. University of Delaware Press: 1962. Hardcover. 7.5"x10.5", 284 pages, well illustrated in black & white and color, dust jacket. Light wear, but in fine, clean condition. [32832] $45.00

 

120. Oliver, Anthony. The Victorian Staffordshire Figure. A Guide for Collectors. New York; St. Martin's Press: 1971. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 179 pages, 8 color plates and 250 b/w illustrations, dj; light wear. [9110] $60.00

 

121. Palmer, Arlene. A Winterthur Guide to Chinese Export Porcelain. New York; Crown Publishers: 1976. Softcover. 6"x8.5", 144 pages, 16 color plates and 100 b/w illustrations; light soil. [30683] $25.00

 

122. Pappas, Joan & A. Harold Kendall. Hampshire Pottery manufactured by J.S. Taft & Company, Keene, New Hampshire. Manchester; Forward's Color Productions: 1971. Comb-bound. 6"x9", 2 pages of text plus 21 color plates with facing descriptions. [30491] $85.00

 

123. Pear, Lillian Myers. The Pewabic Pottery. A History of Its Products and Its People. Des Moines; Wallace-Homestead: 1976. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 295 pages, loaded with b/w and color illustrations, dj. Jacket a bit worn with several small chips, else a very nice copy. [4363] $300.00

 

124. Pitkin, Alfred H. Early American Folk Pottery, Including the History of the Bennington Pottery. Hartford; privately printed: 1918. Edition limited to 260 copies. Hardcover. 6.5"x10", 152 pages, plus 26 b/w plates. A nice copy with slight chipping at the head and base of the spine, and a very slight stain on the spine base. [8732] $400.00

 

125. [Porter, George Richardson] A Treatise on the Progressive Improvement and Present State of Manufacture of Porcelain and Glass. London; Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green: 1832. Hardcover. 4.5"x7", decorative engraved title page, xiv + 334 pages, with 50 wood-engraved text figures; publisher's red cloth with paper spine label. Covers faded about the edges, and with some wear; label a bit chipped and rather soiled. Contents with some scattered browning and a bit of soil. [30855] $150.00

 

126. Post, Anton. Mettlacher Steinzeug 1885-1905. Wheeling; Hans J. Ammelounx: 1975. A very useful assemblage of all or parts of 8 Mettlach catalogs issued between 1885 and 1905, illustrating thousands of steins, plates, plaques and other stonewares. German/English text. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 368 pages, b/w illustrations and several color plates. Fine. [32211] $150.00

 

127. Pottier, Andre. Histoire de la Faience de Rouen. Rouen; Auguste le Brument: 1870. Hardcover. 10"x12.5", xii + 420 + [iv] pages, plus 60 colored plates; line figures in the text; ex-Boston Museum of Fine Arts library with several small stamps, a bookplate, a perforation on the title page and a small discoloration on the spine where a label was removed; bound in a magnificent custom binding, full parchment with hand-lettered titles and decorations- a small coat of arms on the front cover, a floral emblem on the spine and a polychromed jug on the rear cover. Binding with some soil, several very small punctures on the spine; contents with a little soil, a little wear overall, but a very nice beautifully bound copy. [8055] $1,200.00

 

128. Queiros, Jose. Ceramica Portuguesa. Lisbon; 1948. 2nd edition. Set 629 of an unspecified edition (probably 1000 sets). First published in 1907, this is a massive and extensive study of 18th and 19th century Portuguese ceramics. Hardcover. 9.5"x12.5", 339 + [9], and 174 + [7] pages, 194 b/w illustrations in the text, plus 6 color and 16 b/w plates with tissue guards; marks. Bound into very handsome half-leather with ribbed spines and gilt titles; marbled endpapers. The original card covers have been bound in. A very minor bit of browning and some faint spotting to the foredges, but otherwise a very nice, clean set. [8707] $875.00

 

129. Ray, Anthony. English Delftware Pottery in the Robert Hall Warren Collection, Ashmoleum Museum, Oxford. Boston Book and Art Shop: 1968. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 248 pages, 8 color and 96 b/w plates, dj. Light wear, jacket with light soil and wear, but a nice copy. [32087] $75.00

 

130. Reynaud, Henry J. Faiences Anciennes de Moustiers. Berne; Editions du Message: 1961. Hardcover. 8.5"x11.5", 148 pages, 81 tipped-in color plates; dj. Bibliography. A near fine copy. [8703] $100.00

 

131. Rickard, Jonathan. Mocha and related dipped wares, 1770-1939 Hanover; University Press of New England: 2006. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 178 pages, profusely illustrated in color and b/w, dj; bibliography. New. [90157] $65.00

 

132. Ris-Paquot. Traite Pratique de Peinture sur Faience et Porcelaine a l'usage des debutants. Paris; Librairie Renouard: 1886. 12th ed. A Victorian guide for beginning china painters with illustrations of tools and finished pieces. Softcover. 5.5"x9", 48 pages, 2 color and 3 b/w plates, with 5 additional text illustrations, for a total of 10 numbered plates; the title page states 4 color plates and "11 vignettes", but this appears to be in error as all the plates here are sequentially numbered and no further illustrations are called for in the text, and various editions appear to have had different plate counts. Covers soiled at the edges, a little wear and some light foxing. [9910] $60.00

 

133. Robineau, Samuel (ed.). Old China (magazine). Syracuse; Keramic Studio Publishing Company: October, 1903- September, 1904. Volume 3, No.1 - Volume 3, No.12. Hardcover. 6"x9", 246 pages, b/w illustrations; ex-library, bound into buckram; original covers bound in; bookplate removed, several stamps, etc. [4341] $125.00

 

134. Rosenfeld, David. Porcelain Figures of the Eighteenth Century in Europe. New York; Studio Publications: 1949. Hardcover. 6.5"x9.5", 131 pages, profusely illustrated in b/w; several color plates, dj. Light wear, a few small cover stains, jacket tattered and worn. [5851] $20.00

 

135. Rudolph, Wolfgang. Sailor Souvenirs. Stoneware, Faiences, and Porcelain of three Centuries. Edition Leipzig: 1985. Hardcover. 8"x9", 152 pages, color and b/w illustrations, dj. Light wear. [9165] $25.00

 

136. Savage, George & Harold Newman. An Illustrated Dictionary of Ceramics. New York; Van Nostrand Reinhold: 1976. Hardcover. 7"x10", 320 pages, 24 color and 604 b/w illustrations, dj; light soil; jacket with taped-repaired tear and some scuffing. [8202] $25.00

 

137. Sikota, Gyozo. Herend. The Art of Hungarian Porcelain. New York; Puski-Corvin & Budapest; Corvina: 1985. Hardcover. 8.5"x10.5", 187 pages, 76 color plates and 27 black & white illustrations, dust jacket. Jacket with closed rip, otherwise fine and clean. [32717] $40.00

 

138. Smith, Alan. The Illustrated Guide to Liverpool Herculaneum Pottery, 1796-1840. New York; Praeger Publishers: 1970. Hardcover. 7"x10", 142 pages plus 8 color and 100 b/w illustrations, dj; light soil. [6342] $65.00

 

139. Snyder, Jeffrey B. Flow Blue. A Collector's Guide to Pattern, History, and Values. West Chester; Schiffer Publishing: 1992. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 160 pages, packed with color illustrations. Light wear. [32706] $20.00

 

140. Solon, L.M. The Art of the Old English Potter. New York; D. Appleton and Company: 1886. Hardcover. 6"x9", 269 pages, 55 line illustrations; lightly worn covers, a little soil, but a very nice, bright copy. [30656] $75.00

 

141. Spargo, John. The Potters and Potteries of Bennington. Boston; Houghton Mifflin Company: 1926. Limited to 800 copies. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 270 pages, plus 8 color and 36 b/w plates; somewhat soiled and worn covers. This copy is inscribed "Like fishing, in collecting the best pieces are those we just failed to land! John Spargo". [8753] $250.00

 

142. Sparkes, John C.L. Hints to China and Tile Decorators, from the English of John C.L. Sparkes...Edited and Revised by an American Decorator Who has added designs of the principal borders, etc., used by the celebrated Wedgwood, and a list of all materials used in china and tile decoration. Boston; S.W. Tilton & Co.: [1877]. Softcover. 4.75"x7.25", 85 pages, 2 b/w plates and several wood engraved text illustrations; publisher's yellow softcovers; covers with some soil and wear, front hinge creased and cracking, rear cover with some edge chips. [30627] $100.00

 

143. Stephenson, John. John Stephenson. After the Fire. A Retrospective. University of Michigan Museum of Art: 1994. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 16 pages, b/w and color illustrations, a near fine copy. [2313] $25.00

 

144. Stern, Bill. California Pottery: From Missions to Modernism. San Francisco; Chronicle Books: 2001. Hardcover. 9"x8.5", 119 pages, color and b/w illustrations, dj. New. Published at $22.95. [95028] $12.50

 

145. Stringer, George E. New Hall Porcelain. London; Salisbury Square: 1949. Hardcover. 7.5"x10", 136 pages, 1 color and 38 b/w plates, dj. Light wear, jacket soiled and with several large chips, etc. [30665] $100.00

 

146. Suzor, Mary E. Hajime G. Kozuru 1983. George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum: 1983. Softcover. 10"x10", 48 pages, color illustrations. [32434] $40.00

 

147. Transactions of the American Ceramic Society, comprising the papers and discussions of the First Annual Meeting, held at Columbus, Ohio, February 6-8, 1899 [with] the Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventeenth and Eighteenth Transactions. Columbus: 1899-1916. The first six years Transactions of this important body, with many technical papers covering all aspects of the American ceramics industry, including machinery, glazes, clays, manufacturing, and more. Bound a bit oddly, with transactions 1,2 & 3 in a single binding, Transactions 4 & 6 in a single binding, and Transactions 5, 17 & 18 each in its own binding. Hardcovers. Bound in 5 volumes. 6"x9", 3,397 pages, black & white plates (several folding) and line illustrations. Covers with some soil and wear, hinges almost all broken and contents detaching from the covers. Contents mostly clean and fine. [32591] $275.00

 

148. Trapp, Kenneth R. Ode to Nature: Flowers and Landscapes of the Rookwood Pottery 1880-1940. New York; Jordan-Volpe Gallery: 1980. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 89 pages, color and b/w illustrations; near fine. [31127] $60.00

 

149. Trapp, Kenneth R. Toward the Modern Style. Rookwood Pottery, The Later Years: 1915-1950. New York; Jordan Volpe Gallery: 1983. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 71 pages, color and b/w illustrations. Covers a bit rubbed, binding cracked in a few places but pages intact. Inscribed by Trapp. [31128] $75.00

 

150. Wakefield, Hugh. Victorian Pottery. New York, Universe Books: 1970. Hardcover. 6.5"x9.5", 208 pages, 99 b/w plates and 20 line illustrations, dj. Light wear. [32028] $25.00

 

151. Walsh, David A. & Polly Stetler. Pfaltzgraff: America's Potter. Historical Society of York County: 1989. Hardcover. 9"x9", 128 pages, b/w and color illustrations, dj. Fine. [32206] $25.00

 

152. Walters, H.B. Catalogue of the Roman Pottery in the Department of Antiquities, British Museum. London; Longmans (et al): 1908. Hardcover. 8"x10", liv + 464 pages, with 283+ line illustrations in the text, plus 32 b/w and tinted plates and 12 plates of line illustration; all plates with tissue guards. Covers with some very minor soil and a little wear; contents with some foxing on the top, fore and bottom edge and on the edges title page and preliminaries, but except for this a very nice, neat copy of a scarce book often found ex-libbed and beat to hell. [31274] $375.00

 

153. Watney, Bernard. English Blue and White Porcelain of the 18th Century. London; Faber and Faber: 1963. Hardcover. 6.5"x10", 137 pages plus 4 color and 96 b/w plates, dj. Light wear; a nice copy. Signed by Watney. [5387] $45.00

 

154. Webster, D.B. The Brantford Pottery, 1849-1907. Royal Ontario Museum:1968. Art & Archeology Occasional Paper 13. 6.5"x10", 80 pages, 78 b&w illustrations, softcover; light cover soil. [22401] $50.00

 

155. Whiter, Leonard. Spode. A History of the Family, Factory and Wares from 1733 to 1833. London; Barrie & Jenkins: 1970. Hardcover. 8.5"x11.5", 246 pages, 9 color plates, 302 b/w illustrations; marks; dj; light wear. [3917] $150.00

 

156. Williams, Howard Y. Gaudy Welsh China. Des Moines; Wallace Homestead: 1978. Softcover. 9"x8", 130 pages, color and b/w illustrations. Corner crease, general light wear, owner's blindstamped embossure on title page. [30980] $150.00

 

157. Williams, Sidney. Antique Blue & White Spode. London; B.T. Batsford Ltd.: 1943. Hardcover. 8"x10", 242 pages, 122 b/w and blue/white illustrations; dj. Light wear; jacket with soil and some chips, tears along the spine. [6276] $65.00

 

158. Wiltshire, William E. III. Folk Pottery of the Shenandoah Valley. New York; E.P. Dutton: 1975. Hardcover. 8.5"x11", 127 pages, 60 color plates, dust jacket. Jacket somewhat worn, corner bump, light water wrinkle along the top of the pages. [32764] $65.00

 

159. Winstone, H.V.F. Royal Copenhagen. London; Stacey International: 1984. Hardcover. 9.5"x11", 160 pages, color and black & white illustrations, dust jacket. Jacket lightly rubbed, otherwise in fine, clean condition. [32348] $125.00

 

160. Wood, Richard H. & Virginia A. A Catalogue of American Historical China Cup Plates. Baltimore; self-published: [1969]. A scarce title, the only study devoted to these rare transferware pieces. Illustrates 134 cup plates from the authors' collection each plate has a picture, thumbnail description and maker noted. Softcover. 9"x12", 1 page of text and 22 b/w plates; light soil, a little wear. [31443] $150.00

 

161. Xie, Margaret Carney & Susan R. Strong. Charles Fergus Binns Stonewares. A Chair Must Invite the Sitter. Alfred; Museum of Ceramic Art: 1992. Softcover. 8.5"x11", 37 pages, b/w illustrations. Fine. [32207] $50.00

 

162. Zakin, Richard. American Art Pottery. Pragmatism and Fantasy. Auburn; Schweinfurth Memorial Art Center: 1982. Softcover. 8"x8", 20 pages, line illustrations; former owner's embossure on title page, else fine. [30494] $40.00

 

163. Zug, Charles G. III. Turners and Burners. The Folk Potters of North Carolina. Chapel Hill; University of North Carolina Press: 1986. Hardcover. 8.5"x10", xxi + 450 pages, 20 color plates and hundreds of b/w illustrations, dj; a fine copy. [9924] $125.00

 


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