This type of pottery was developed in the U.S.A. in the 1850s, and prospered until 1944. It is known for its quality and workmanship, and is popular with collectors in North America and elsewhere. This provides clear colour photos of this ware and price guides in $US.
Approximately 100 new color photographs have been added to this edition, featuring about 150 new pieces, for a total of about 300 photos and nearly 900 different pieces. It's the most comprehensive guide to Uhl pottery ever published - in an easy-to-reference pocket guide. The chapters on general production and Jane Uhl have been greatly expanded. Appendices on stamps, markings, and mold numbers, and a new appendix on identifying Uhl will pull together and expand on some of the tips that were mentioned throughout the first edition. Tips for identifying Uhl pieces and distinguishing them from those of other companies are provided, as well as pictures of odd and rarely seen pieces. A brief history of Uhl Pottery makes this a complete collector's reference to this beautiful American pottery.