Publisher's Comments (cont.)
The Encyclopedia of Universal Potteries features over 1,000 colorful photographs of the many dinnerware lines and patterns produced in Cambridge, Ohio, from 1934 until 1955. The text gives a brief history of the company as well as short descriptions of each product line. Original advertisements, backstamps, and user-friendly values are also included. The collector will find the more recognizable patterns of Cattail, Woodvine, Calico Fruit, Moss Rose, Bittersweet, Circus, and many other patterns that were produced on Ballerina, Camwood Ivory, Mount Vernon, Upico Ivory, Raymor, and Fascination product lines. In addition, there are many more product lines and interesting patterns represented in the book, which makes for a wonderful reference guide for the beginner or seasoned collector. 2008 values.