Revisit the 1950s, when poodles were all the rage and ceramic artists were busy experimenting with a technique suited to portraying these canines. More than 400 photos explore the use of spaghetti ceramic art from the 1930s through the 1960s, primarily as used on poodles, but with special sections on other animals, holiday figurines, and other applications. Market values are provided for these increasingly rare and fragile collectibles.
Wanda Gessner is a woman of many interests and talents. She collects everything from Hot Wheels to fine china. She resides in California.

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