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Italian Pottery Marks : From Cantagalli to Fornasetti (And Everyone in Between): An Identification Guide of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Italian Pottery & Porcelain Marks for English-Speaking Collectors By Karen Del Pellegrino, Walter Del Pellegrino
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An Identification Guide Of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Italian Pottery & Porcelain Marks For English-Speaking Collectors. Designed in a format that's easy to use, it's becoming a favorite... More > for Italian pottery identification. Color Edition.< Less
Italian Pottery Marks: Faenza The City Of Ceramics By Karen Del Pellegrino, Walter Del Pellegrino
eBook (ePub): $17.99
The only pottery & porcelain identification guide written in English that explores the rich history of one of Europe's most important ceramics producing centers, the city of Faenza. Faenza, from... More > which the world of art coined the term faience, was home to such past greats as the Minardi Brothers, Pietro Melandri, Carlo Zauli and Riccardo Gatti and is now the home of the most important ceramics art museum in the world as well as the largest international ceramics competition on the planet. Unlike most identification guides this book brings the artists to life, explores their character and their world. It goes beyond dry facts and dates and offers its readers the opportunity to understand their collections in historical and human terms. With more than 125 ceramics marks and almost 100 photographs covering the 19th, 20th & 21st centuries, in a format similar to our first Italian pottery guide, the collector will find a wealth of information and a fascinating trip through time and art.< Less
Italian Pottery Marks: Faenza the City of Ceramics: An Identification Guide of Italian Pottery & Porcelain Marks for English Speaking Collectors Book One By Karen Del Pellegrino, Walter Del Pellegrino
eBook (ePub): $24.99
The only pottery & porcelain identification guide written in English that explores the rich history of one of Europe's most important ceramics producing centers, the city of Faenza. Faenza, from... More > which the world of art coined the term faience, was home to such past greats as the Minardi Brothers, Pietro Melandri, Carlo Zauli and Riccardo Gatti and is now the home of the most important ceramics art museum in the world as well as the largest international ceramics competition on the planet. Unlike most identification guides this book brings the artists to life, explores their character and their world. It goes beyond dry facts and dates and offers its readers the opportunity to understand their collections in historical and human terms. With more than 125 ceramics marks and almost 100 photographs covering the 19th, 20th & 21st centuries, in a format similar to our first Italian pottery guide, the collector will find a wealth of information and a fascinating trip through time and art.< Less
Italian Pottery Marks: The Ceramics of Campania By Walter Del Pellegrino
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This is the fourth book devoted to understanding and appreciating Italian pottery and porcelain. Unlike most collecting guides, it offers some amazing insights for those who collect, buy and sell... More > ceramics. The book includes actual color photos of the marks, signatures and logos used by the factories and artists of Campania. As a tool for identification, this approach is invaluable for the collector. The book contains numerous full-color photographs of examples from each factory, studio and artist discussed in the book so that the reader may become acquainted with the styles and decorative motifs that become the hallmark of each of them. Its pages offer current price ranges reflected by such auction sites as ebay. Most surprising of all, is the honesty with which this book has been written. It debunks the myths perpetuated by previous authors, the factories themselves, auction houses and internet sellers.< Less
ITALIAN POTTERY MARKS: Faenza The City Of Ceramics By Walter and Karen Del Pellegrino
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Black & White Edition. The only pottery & porcelain identification guide written in English that explores the rich history of one of Europe’s most important ceramics producing centers,... More > the city of Faenza. Faenza, from which the world of art coined the term faience, was home to such past greats as the Minardi Brothers, Pietro Melandri, Carlo Zauli and Riccardo Gatti and is now the home of the most important ceramics art museum in the world as well as the largest international ceramics competition on the planet. Unlike most identification guides this book brings the artists to life, explores their character and their world. It goes beyond dry facts and dates and offers its readers the opportunity to understand their collections in historical and human terms. With more than 125 ceramics marks and almost 100 photographs covering the 19th, 20th & 21st centuries, in a format similar to our first Italian pottery guide, the collector will find a wealth of information and a fascinating trip through time and art.< Less
Italian Pottery Marks: The Ceramics of Campania By Walter Del Pellegrino
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This is the fourth book devoted to understanding and appreciating Italian pottery and porcelain. Unlike most collecting guides, it offers some amazing insights for those who collect, buy and sell... More > ceramics. The book includes actual color photos of the marks, signatures and logos used by the factories and artists of Campania. As a tool for identification, this approach is invaluable for the collector. The book contains numerous full-color photographs of examples from each factory, studio and artist discussed in the book so that the reader may become acquainted with the styles and decorative motifs that become the hallmark of each of them. Its pages offer current price ranges reflected by such auction sites as ebay. Most surprising of all, is the honesty with which this book has been written. It debunks the myths perpetuated by previous authors, the factories themselves, auction houses and internet sellers.< Less
Italian Pottery Marks From Cantagalli To Fornasetti By Walter and Karen Del Pellegrino
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An Identification Guide Of Late 19th and Early 20th Century Italian Pottery & Porcelain Marks For English-Speaking Collectors. Designed in a format that’s easy to use, it’s becoming a... More > favorite for Italian pottery identification. Color Edition.< Less
Italian Pottery Marks From Cantagalli To Fornasetti (Black and White Edition) By Walter and Karen Del Pellegrino
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The 1st Identification Guide Of Late 19th & Early 20th c. Italian Pottery & Porcelain Marks for English-Speaking Collectors. Praised by collectors & dealers internationally as an... More > essential guide, it’s been included in the traveling library of Antiques Roadshow & received a glowing review in NEAJ, July 2005. Mr. Wendell Garrett, Senior VP of Sotheby’s & Editor at Large of The Magazine Antiques said in a personal note to the authors “I am most impressed. The book is comprehensive in scope, scholarly in research, beautiful in its illustrations, and clear in its writing. Everyone interested in ceramics – collectors, curators, scholars and students should have a copy on his or her shelf.” (6/13/05) For the very first time information on more than 120 Italian factories, studios, artists & over 300 identified marks becomes readily accessible to those who can’t read Italian, making this Guide indispensable for the collector.< Less
ITALIAN POTTERY MARKS: FAENZA THE CITY OF CERAMICS By Walter and Karen Del Pellegrino
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Color Edition. The only pottery & porcelain identification guide written in English that explores the rich history of one of Europe’s most important ceramics producing centers, the city of... More > Faenza. Faenza, from which the world of art coined the term faience, was home to such past greats as the Minardi Brothers, Pietro Melandri, Carlo Zauli and Riccardo Gatti and is now the home of the most important ceramics art museum in the world as well as the largest international ceramics competition on the planet. Unlike most identification guides this book brings the artists to life, explores their character and their world. It goes beyond dry facts and dates and offers its readers the opportunity to understand their collections in historical and human terms. With more than 125 ceramics marks and almost 100 photographs covering the 19th, 20th & 21st centuries, in a format similar to our first Italian pottery guide, the collector will find a wealth of information and a fascinating trip through time and art.< Less
ITALIAN POTTERY MARKS: RIGHTING HISTORY By Walter & Karen Del Pellegrino
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Re-evaluating the British & American view Of the works of Master ceramicist Achille Farina