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North Carolina Art Pottery 1900-1960 Identification and Value Guide, Seagrove, Catawba Valley, Pisgah Forest and more

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Pottery from the Catawba Valley, mountain pottery of Western North Carolina, the Coles, Nell Cole Graves, the Cravens, Jugtown, M.L. Owen, and even rare and unusual pieces are discussed. Signs, stamps, shapes, and symbols used are given coverage, as well as the implications of condition of the pottery. Family tree charts in this book are reprinted from The Traditional ...more
Hardcover, 304 pages
Published December 1st 2002 by Collector Books
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Rachel
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Lots of interesting information from the collector's perspective. I now have a good idea of what it takes to identify an unsigned piece, as well as some nice history and anecdotes.
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