Antiques + Collectibles
Written by Christensen, Lone Rahbek
Since its founding in 1775, every single piece of china from Royal Copenhagen has borne the now world-famous logo with its three waves. They symbolize the Danish straits of Great Belt, Little Belt and the Sound.
Written by Rodney Capstick-Dale
From cigarette cases and watches to compacts and lighters, a range of portable, exquisitely crafted classics from the Art Deco era
Written by Sally Main
Accompanying a major travelling exhibition, this volume shows the entire range of the Newcomb Pottery's creative output - its prized art pottery, textiles, metalwork and jewellery, bookbindings, and graphics - in the context of American artistic and social developments in the early years of the modern era.
Written by Osslet, Estelle Nikles
Stunning masterpieces of Chinese and Japanese art are presented here alongside the glittering creations that they inspired world-renowned jeweler Cartier to create.
Written by Foulkes, Nicholas
This landmark volume celebrates five centuries of Beretta--bringing together the rich history and experience of the world's finest shotguns and purveyor of the sporting lifestyle. Collectors, shooting sports enthusiasts, hunters, and those who appreciate the finest aspects of the outdoor and sporting lifestyle have one thing in common all over the world--they all carry a Beretta.
Written by Collins, Maurice
Hundreds of 19th- and 20th-century curiosities and contraptions are catalogued in this amusing assembly of more than 1,000 images.
Written by Nash, Jack
Including 183 color and black-and-white images of vintage photos and packaging, plus values for American firecracker collectibles, this is the first book to focus on US firecrackers.
Written by Sinclair II, James C
This beautifully illustrated book of more than 1,100 Victorian era cigar bands comes cased in a handsome presentation cigar box. The collection spans the time period from about 1880 to 1910, which was the "Golden Age" of German lithography and American and Cuban cigar band printing.
Written by Laval, June K
A guide to the history and value of Catholic collectibles, most from 1800 through the 1900s. Rosaries, medals, crosses and crucifixes, representations of saints and holy people, and more are presented through more than 400 pictures and text. Catholic religious art has been created and displayed in churches and cathedrals for centuries.