Possibly the most popular single pattern of ceramic dishes is Willow Ware and this new book tells its complete story. Stemming from ancient Chinese origins, the blue transfer pattern became standardized in the early nineteenth century in England and has gone on to be interpreted in many variations to the present in America, Europe and Asia. Today, collectors can find examples in many markets of old and new wares, so their search is often happily rewarded. This book will enable them to sort out the makers, dates, marks and range of values they encounter.Hundreds of clear color photographs show the many styles and range of quality. The price guide reflects the current market.
Leslie Bockol is a collector and write from West Chester, Pennsylvania. Her previous book Majolica: European and American Wares was written with Jeffrey Snyder.

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