Enameled Kitchenware: American and Europeanby David T. Pikul, Ellen M. Plante
A continuing celebration of beautiful household items with enameled surfaces produced throughout Europe and the United States between the late 1800s and 1940. Dishes, pans, and more-- with flowers, birds, scenic designs, playful stripes and checks, bold patterns and colors--are all pictured in over 500 color photographs with value ranges provided in the captions. The recent surge in interest in enameled ware collectibles has brought to light thousands of gorgeous pieces that can inspire even the casual collector. Devotees of this art form will enjoy the various objects, graphic designs, patterns, and colors found within this book, which is both a visual reference to learn about enameled tableware and a must-have source for all interior decorators.
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