This book provides reproductions of ceramic makers' marks, organized alphabetically by manufacturer, and within manufacturer by mark. With a list of references and indexes of mark numbers by city, country and state, element, mark type, work, and maker.
This dictionary serves as a companion to Forster's _Alternative American Ceramics, 1870-1955_ (see "Histories & Handbooks"), offering over 2,000 biographical entries for art/studio potters, pottery owners and managers, decorators, designers, sculptors, china painters, Native American craftsmen, teachers, administrators, arts and crafts enthusiasts, and key figures active in government-sponsored ceramic works programs. Includes a bibliography.
Part One of this German/English-language work contains reproductions of porcelain marks with information about the user of the mark, the location and time period during which it was used, and other helpful details. Part Two lists manufacturers by location. Part Three provides images and information on marks that could easily be mistaken for those of other manufacturers, an index of proper names, a bibliography, a list of motifs and symbols appearing in the marks, and an appendix of additional marks that did not appear in previous editions.
Arranged in alphabetical order by the artists' last names, this directory includes biographical information and photographs of ceramics by potters working worldwide. British, American, German, French, and Belgian artists are the best represented here.
This 3-volume index of artists includes a list of potters with basic biographical information in the section entitled "Ceramics," Volume 3, pp. 1512-1535. Volumes 1 (A-K) and 2 (L-Z) include bibliographical references on these artists.
This directory includes entries on nearly 5,000 European ceramics marks as well as over 2,000 entries that extensive background information on porcelain makers, as the work aims to cover the history of European ceramic art. With a bibliography.
This work consists of an encyclopedia of ceramics potters and their marks as well as a directory of studio potters working in the U.S. through 1960. With black-and-white and color photographs and an index.
The main body of this work is divided into sections based on the symbols used in the marks represented (such as anchors, animals, arrows, circles, lines, initials, etc.) Also includes information on the vocabulary of marks, dating systems used by specific factories, additional tips for dating pottery and porcelain, pottery and porcelain " 'Family Trees'," fakes and forgeries, a selected bibliography, and an index.
Intended for use by collectors and dealers, this book offers facsimiles of marks from the 19th and 20th centuries, organized in alphabetical order by towns, then subdivided by names of factories or owners. Approximate dates of use are given with each mark. Includes an index.
This work is organized primarily by country, with a brief introduction to the ceramics of each country included. Within each of these sections, marks are organized alphabetically by cities and makers. Includes an index of cities, makers, and symbols and initials used in the marks.
This pocket-sized handbook of British ceramics marks is arranged alphabetically by the names of the makers and includes an index by initials. With a chronological list of Staffordshire potters since 1780.
A comprehensive illustrated history/handbook of European ceramics from the 15th century to circa 1815. Volume One is a concise survey with 192 plates and descriptive notes. Volume Two is a dictionary of factories, artists, terms, etc. Includes bibliographies of specialized literature, facsimiles of marks, and a repertory of marks by letters and names in the appendix of Volume Two.