Antique Mauchline Ware Wood Box Guide Snuff Sewing Etc

Category Antiques Decorative Arts Price Guides & Publications

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Location Leavenworth, Kansas 660** US

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COLLECTOR BOOKSTORE
724 Delaware Street
Leavenworth, KS 66048
Collector Bookstore is a leading specialty retailer of price guides and reference books to inform and educate collectors and professionals in the antiques and collectors markets. Our customers include individual collectors, dealers, appraisers, auctioneers & other industry professionals. You won't receive heavily thumbed shelf copies from us! We buy most titles directly from the publisher and individual authors. Authors are encouraged to submit their reference titles for our consideration.
OOP-ACC-2002-1851493921-X2
MAUCHLINE WARE: A COLLECTOR'S GUIDE BY: DAVID TRACHTENBERG & THOMAS KEITH
ISBN:
1851493921
BOOK TITLE:
Mauchline Ware: A Collector's Guide
AUTHOR:
David Trachtenberg & Thomas Keith
BINDING:
Hard Cover with dust jacket
COPYRIGHT:
2002
PAGES:
287
SIZE:
8.75 x 11 in.
Collector Bookstore is a retailer of new books located in Leavenworth, Kansas. We specialize in price guides and reference books for the antiques and collectibles industry. 'Scottish white wood products' and 'Scottish fancy goods' are two of the many terms once used to describe what has now come to be known as Mauchline Ware. From 1830 to 1930, the souvenir woodware industry which flourished in the small Scottish town of Mauchline was fueled by the Victorian and Edwardian passion for travel. Mauchline Ware souvenirs were produced for an endless variety of activities such as sewing, smoking, reading and writing, in every shape imaginable and the finishes included simple black transfer scenes on sycamore, sea shell, floral and fern patterns, sophisticated tartan designs and many others. This book records the unusual array of shapes, sizes and finishes of Mauchline Ware; documents the history of its manufacture and distribution; investigates Mauchline Ware's relationship to Victorian manners and interests; covers the important connection between Scotland's national poet Robert Burns and Mauchline Ware and details the wide variety of collecting categories and associated interests. It is lavishly illustrated with photographs of the striking black transfers, the authentic Scottish clan tartans adorning Tartan Ware, the fossil-like botanical Fern Ware finish together with hundreds of examples of items of Mauchline Ware from private and museum collections in Scotland, England and the United States. The book contains a greater number of hitherto unpublished close-up photographs of transfer views, different shaped pieces and diverse finishes than have ever been collected together in a single publication. It is also the first book to provide detailed coverage of American, Canadian and other world views from outside the United Kingdom. The book concludes with a number of unique and exhaustive appendices, including a Price Guide, which will provide invaluable reference material for collectors and dealers alike. (Categorical generated 2020-08-02)

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