BAUER POTTERY by Jack Chipman
The J.A. Bauer Company (1885-1962), known for its simple, colorful tableware, has become one of the most sought and valued lines of American pottery. Bauer pioneered the concept of solid color, mix-and-match dinnerware with their most popular lines of ring, plain ware, and Monterey Modern. The works of this famous pottery are now documented in this new Collector's Encyclopedia of Bauer Pottery, written by Jack Chipman.
9.5 x 0.8 x 11.2 inches