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From the finest collections of bone china to contemporary and practical everyday dishes and kitchenware, the willow pattern has graced dining tables and adorned ceramic wares for than 200 years First introduced during the early 19th century in England, the willow pattern has been replicated and reproduced over the years by a countless number of manufactures in England, America, Japan, and other countries around the world Today, the pattern remains a time honored classic, one of the most recognizable and cherished patterns in ceramics This book delves into the world of willow ware collecting, with over 550 photographs of plates, cups, saucers, teapots, pitchers, platters, kitchenware, jewelry, condiments pieces, and much It illustrates the beauty and widespread popularity of the willow pattern in all its variations of color, shape, multiplicity of border designs, traditional and variant patterns, and polychrome pieces Information on manufacturer s marks, historical background, helpful hints for the collector, a price guide, and an index are included Enjoy remarkable examples of early 1800 blue and white pearlware, gaudy willow, and pekin, among other traditional, polychrome, and variant pattern items Ceramics collectors and dealers, along with willow ware enthusiasts, will welcome this fabulous collection of willow ware....

Title : A Collector's Guide to Willow Ware
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ISBN : 0764310550
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Schiffer Pub Ltd April 1, 2000
Number of Pages : 158 pages
File Size : 861 KB
Status : Available For Download
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A Collector's Guide to Willow Ware Reviews

  • S. Franklin
    2019-04-07 14:11

    It came as promised.

  • Haley Moss
    2019-03-24 13:33

    Go x book

  • Jinx Bailey
    2019-04-15 13:18

    Sometimes in these books on collector items, the photographs are not very good but in this book they are so beautiful that you almost forget what you are looking for. I would say, the best photos I have seen in any research book.