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Pottery Monogram Porcelain Marks Collectors Guide on Disc

19 E-Books , PDF Format on CD



1. Pottery & Porcelain, A Guide To Collectors (1912) 628 Pages

Author’s Introduction : By Frederick Litchfield Containing Nearly Two Hundred Illustrations Of Specimens Of Various Factories, Nine Colored Plates, And Marks And Monograms Of  All The Important Makers New Edition, Revised And Considerably Augmented

  • CHAPTER I
  • Ancient Pottery
  • CHAPTER II
  • Medieval And Renaissance
  • CHAPTER III
  • Porcelain, Its Introduction Into Europe
  • And General Adoption
  • CHAPTER IV
  • Modern
  • A Review Of, And Comparison Between Past And Present Ceramics—Notes
  • On The Brussels 1910 Exhibition
  • CHAPTER VI
  • Some Counterfeit And Misleading Marks
  • CHAPTER VII
  • A Short Account Of The Different Ceramic Factories
  • And Fabriques In Alphabetical Order
  • With Their Distinguishing Marks And Monograms
  • CHAPTER VIII
  • Notes And Explanations
  • CHAPTER IX
  • On Values And Prices
  • Bibliography
  • Works Of Reference On English Pottery And Porcelain-Oriental Porcelain
  • General, Including English, Foreign, And Continental

2. Hand-Book Of Marks And Monograms On Pottery & Porcelain (1901)  279 Pages, Illustrations

Author’s Introduction : Collector's Hand-Book On Pottery And Porcelain By William Chaffers Marks And Monograms On European And Oriental Pottery And Porcelain With Historical Notices Of Each Manufacturer, Preceded By An Introductory Essay On The Vasa Fictilia Of The Greek, Romano-British, And Mediaeval Eras. Ornamental Cloth, Eighth Edition, Revised And Considerably Augmented, With Upwards Of 3500 Potters' Marks And Illustrations.

3. Handbook Of Marks On Pottery And Porcelain (1919) 244 Pages

Author’s Introduction : By W. Burton, M.A. Author Of ' A History And Description Of English Porcelain," ' A History And Description Of English Earthenware And Stoneware,' ' Porcelain, Its Manufacture,' Etc. And R. L. Hobson, B.A. Author Of The Guide To, And Catalogues Of, The Pottery And Porcelain In The British Museum, ' Porcelain Oriental, Continental, And British,' Etc.

4. A Guide To The Knowledge Of Pottery, Porcelian (1857) 628 Pages

Author’s Introduction : A Guide To The Knowledge Of Pottery, Porcelain, And Other Objects Of Vertu. Comprising An Illustrated Catalogue Of The Beenal Collection Works Of Art, With The Prices At Which They Were Sold By Auction, And The Names Of The Present Possessors. To Which Are Added An Introduction Essay And An Engraved List Of Marks And Monograms. By A A Henry G. Bohn. Numerous Wood Engravings.

5. A Manual Of Marks On Pottery And Porcelain (1894) 256 Pages

Author’s Introduction : Pottery And Porcelain A Dictionary Of Easy Reference By W. H. Hooper And W. C. Phillips This Edition Has Been Carefully Revised And Enlarged By The Addition Of Many New Marks. When First Issued None Of The Marks Of Japan Had Been Published. At That Time Information Was Difficult To Obtain, And Much Of It Has Since Been Found To Be Unreliable; By The Kind Permission Of Sir A. W. Franks .A Large Number Of Marks Are Now Inserted, Which Will Be Found To Include All The Factories Of Importance.

6.  Antique English Pottery,Porcelain And Glass (1961) 200 Pages

7.  Chelsea Porcelain (1922)  442 Pages

Author’s Introduction : By William King Of The Victoria And Albert Museum With One Hundred And Seventy one Illustrations Of Which Seven Are In Colour The Following Pages Embody The First Attempt Yet Published At A Monograph Dealing With The Porcelain Of Chelsea. Our Knowledge Of Early English Porcelain Is Still Very Much In The Experimental Stage^ In Spite Of The Time That Has Been Devoted To It Study In The Last Hundred Years.

8.  China And Pottery Marks (1920) 49pages

Author’s Introduction : Traditions And Old China, Early Days When The Ancients Showed Their Appre-Ciation Of Fine Pottery And Old Glassware By Burying "These Most Esteemed Possessions" With The Dead, Fine China Has Been Synonymous With Culture And Breeding.

9.  Dutch Pottery And Porcelain (1913) 277 Pages

Author’s Introduction : When It Was First Suggested To Me That I Should Write A Book On Dutch Pottery And Porcelain, My Thoughts 'Turned At Once To The Country In Which I Had Lived For So Many Years.

10. English Porcelain Of The Eighteenth Century (1911) 228 Pages

By Sir A. H. Church, K.C.V.O., F.R.S. M.A., D.Sc., F.S.A., Lately Professor Of Chemistry In The Royal Academy Of Arts In London.

11.  French Pottery And Porcelain (1906) 341 Pages

By Henri Frantz With Hundreds Or Illustrations

12.  Japanese Porcelain (1909) 132 Pages

Author’s Introduction : By Egan Mew The Arts Of Japan Have Long Appealed To The Jl Western Lover Of The Beautiful, But It Is Only During The Last Thirty Years Or So That A More General Appreciation Has Spread From The Cultured Artist, Such As Whistler, To The Wider Public. Fortunately For Us, Fine Feeling In Decoration Does Not Need A Scientific Understanding To Make It Welcome.

13. Marks And Monograms On European And Oriental Pottery (1891) 944 Pages

Author’s Introduction : Historical Notices Of Each Manufactory Preceded By An Introductory Essay On The Yasa Fictilia Of The Greek, Romano-British, And Medieval Eras. By William Chaffee Author Of " Hall Marks On Gold And Silver Plate," " Gilda Aurifabrokl M. Oh A History Of London Goldsmiths And Their Marks On Platk," "Thk Keramic Gallery, With Upwards Of 500 Illustrations," " Priced Catalogue Of Coins," "Objects Of Archaeological Interest At The National Exhibition Of Works Of Art At Leeds In 1s68, Illustrated By Photographs," "Catalogue Of The Special Exhibition Of Loans At The South Kensington Museum In 1862 ( Pottery. Porcelain, Plate, Etc.)," Catalogues Of The Slade Collection Glass, The Londesborough Collection, The Melton Constable Collection, The Forman Collection, And Many Others Privately Printed, Etc. Etc. Seventb E&Ttton, Revises Ano Considerably Aucmtenteo. With Upwards Of 3000 Potters' Marks And Illustrations.

14.  Siamese Porcelain And Other Tokens (1911) 72 Pages

Author’s Introduction : By H. A. Ramsden, F.R.N.S., Presideat Of The Yokohama Numismatic Society, District Secretary Of The American Numismatic Association, Etc., As Far As I Have Been Able To Ascertain, Only Three Works Have Up Till Now Been Published Dealing Partly Or Entirely On Siamese Porcelain And Other Tokens, Although Others May Indirectly Mention The Subject. The Earliest Was Perhaps " Verzeichniss Von Miinzen Und Denkmiinzen Der Jules Fonrobertschen Samralung" By Adolf Weil, Berlin 1878, But Devotes Only A Short Space To This Particular Branch Of Numismatics.

15. The Earle Collection Of Early Staffordshire Pottery (1915) 336 Pages

Author’s Introduction : Illustrating Over Seven Hundred Different Pieces By Major Cyril Earle, T.D. With An Introduction By Frank Falkner, And A Supplementary Chapter By T. Sheppard, F.G.S. Containing Upwards Of Two Hundred And Seventy Half-Tone Reproductions In Sepia And Ten Full-Page Plates In Colour

16.  The Old China Book (1903) 403 Pages Fully Illustrated

Author’s Introduction : Including Staffordshire, Wedgwood, Lustre, And Other English Pottery And Porcelain By N. Hudson Moore This Little Book Has Been Compiled To Meet The Wants (Expressed In Hundreds Of Letters) Of Those Who Own Old China, Particularly Old English China, And Would Like To Know More About It, And To Stimulate Others To Whom The Fascinations Of China Collecting Are As Yet Unknown.

17. Antique Chinese porcelains  ancient bronzes and pottery (1922) 98 pages

18. How to collect continental china (1907) 364 pages

19. Illustrated catalogue of antique Chinese bronzes, porcelains, pottery, tomb jades and rare old Chinese paintings belonging to the well-known connoisseur (1916) 84 pages

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