Originally published in 1894, this book serves as a concise dictionary of marks on pottery and porcelain. It is divided into four parts: in the first, the Marks are classed under descriptive heads, as Anchor, Animal, etc.; in the second -- Majolica -- the factories of Italy are arranged alphabetically; in the third, other factories of Europe on the same plan; and in the fourth, the Oriental Marks are arranged by the number of characters inscribed.
This easy-to-use reference book is a must for anyone interested in pottery and porcelain marks!
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