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2 edition of Van Briggle story. found in the catalog.

Van Briggle story.

Dorothy McGraw Bogue

Van Briggle story.

by Dorothy McGraw Bogue

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  • 16 Currently reading

Published by Printed by Dentan-Berkeland Print. Co.] in [Colorado Springs .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Van Briggle, Artus, 1869-1904.,
    • Potters -- United States -- Biography.,
    • Pottery, American.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 50-52.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK4210.V35 B6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination53 p.
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5630583M
      LC Control Number68056344

      Van Briggle pottery was initially designed by Artus and Ann Van Briggle in the first few years of the 20th century. Unfortunately, Artus died shortly after the company began and Ann was left to soldier on alone. The early works are notable for their delicate matte glaze and unusual fluid shapes. This is a "Van Briggle Story" book by Dorothy McGraw Bogue. It measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2" and contains 60 pages detailing the history of Van Briggle Pottery with many pictures. It .

      Anna Van - The True Story. For many years there has been discussion and heated argument about the circumstances surrounding the "Anna" incision on the bottom of some Van Briggle pieces. Some Dryden Pottery folks claim that Van Briggle commissioned a line of pottery to be made at their plant in honor of the late Anne Van Briggle, wife and then. Almost daily we experience poignant reminders of the Van Briggle legacy: someone walks into our showroom with a piece of Van Briggle wrapped in a towel or newspaper, placed in an old shoe box, with a story of how their grandmother purchased this piece 75 years ago on a trip to Colorado Springs - and that she wouldn’t part with it for any price; we walk into a museum in Pasadena, California.

      Dating Van Briggle Pottery ­ Van Briggle Bottom Markings ­ Van Briggle Pottery Styles ­ Van Briggle Glazes ­ Van Briggle Clays ­ Van Briggle Pottery Photo Gallery­ Ask out Experts ­ "Anna Van" Pottery ­ Van Briggle Books. VAN BRIGGLE STORY BY DORTHY MCGRAW BOGUE ***** This auction is for one (1) book "The Van Briggle Story" by Dorothy McGraw Bogue dated and autographed by the author. The book has 53 pages and many photos of Van Briggle pottery. Low starting bid- THANKS & .


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The Van Briggle story [Dorothy McGraw Bogue] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Van Briggle Story Paperback – January 1, by Dorothy McGraw Bogue (Author) out of 5 Van Briggle story.

book 1 rating5/5(1). Van Briggle moved to Colorado Springs for health reasons inand through the genius of his mind and hands his contribution to Art has endured through the years. As a pupil, both at home and abroad, Artus studied painting, mold making, modelling clay, sketching, pottery, and other s: 1.

Although this author enjoys the respect Van Briggle story. book admiration of the Van Briggle art pottery enthusiast, this book focuses solely on the history and evolution of this line of art pottery.

I'd love to see more Van Briggle reference books along the lines of those already published for Red Wing and Weller/5(3).

Finding a piece of Van Briggle at a garage sale is like a don’t always win, but when you do, its an amazing feeling. Pottery from more popular companies such as Roseville or Weller don’t offer the same kind of excitement that Van Briggle provides. This is a great book.

It contains just about everything a collector of van Briggle might need to know, with the exception of a truly accurate price guide. Online auctions have rendered price guides in most reference books of this type obsolete, so this isn't really a flaw/5(33). Van Briggle Notes & More!, published incontains pages in full color, with hundreds of photos, as well as the 90 additional pages of the Revised Catalogue of Van Briggle Designs by Robert Wyman Newton.

There are also a few additions throughout the first pages of the original book. Kathy Honea is a Van Briggle collector, and recently authored the book \"Van Briggle Notes,\" which covers the period from Artus Van Briggle\'s birth to She and her husband, Bob Teas, spent several years traveling the United Stated to places of Van Briggle-related importance, and was encouraged by previous authors to document their findings.

Van Briggle pottery was first produced in the spring of (some sources cite ) by Artus Van Briggle in Colorado Springs, Colorado. As an accomplished painter, he studied in France in the late s while employed for Rookwood Pottery and garnered an.

Established inVan Briggle Pottery & Tile is one of the oldest active art potteries in the United States, and has been considered one of the great American potteries for over a century. The Van Briggle studios produce the early designs of its founders, Artus and Anne Van Briggle, as well as pieces created over the years that compliment.

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Right now I’m offering two books through this site: Van Briggle Notes. and. Van Briggle First Documented Records of + Numbered Designs.

Comments. Lyn. Van Briggle story. [Colorado Springs], [Printed by Dentan-Berkeland Print. Co.] (OCoLC) Named Person: Artus Van Briggle; Artus Van Briggle: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Dorothy McGraw Bogue.

GLAZES USED BY VAN BRIGGLE ART POTTERY, LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER. CLICK ON ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE. EARLIEST KNOWN LIST OF VAN BRIGGLE GLAZE COLORS. Assumed to be in use by Artus & then Anne, prior to BLACK GLAZES – VINTAGE & CONTEMPORARY. Artus developed and created pieces in several shades of black.

The book took three years to assemble and a lifetime of collecting and researching bringing a whole new approach to Van Briggle collectin 3/5(1). ,20,21 Marked with the VB logo, Van Briggle, and usually having "19", "20", or "21" 21 Marked with the VB logo, Van Briggle, and date: Marked with VB logo, Van Briggle, and U.S.A.

Picture To Come 's Marked with VB logo, Van Briggle Colo. Spgs. Mostly block lettering: Picture To Come. From My Collection of Antique Books Vintage Van Briggle Identification and Value Collectors Book moonlightmystiques. From shop moonlightmystiques. 5 out of 5 stars (7,) 7, reviews $ Favorite Add to Van Briggle Butterfly Motif Small Vase.

CSPM was the only other outlet for my books, as well as the Revised Catalogue of Van Briggle Designs by Robert Wyman Newton. When he & I worked on the update from his edition; we added almost new designs. Van Briggle produced a multitude of artwork and vases during its time.

Many of its early pieces have a simple design that suited the mixed culture of the Colorado area. Each type of pottery typically comes in one piece and has a glaze designed to protect its surface from damage.

Van Briggle Pottery Reference Books For collectors interested in doing additional research on Van Briggle pottery, the best reference books are: Collector's Encyclopedia of Van Briggle Art Pottery, Sasicki & Fania,ISBN: Collector's Guide to Van Briggle Pottery, Nelson, Crouch, Demmin, Newton,ISBN:.

ARTUS AND ANNE VAN BRIGGLE AND COLORADO COLLEGE A COLORADO COLLEGE READER Page Collector Books, ), 8; David and Sharon Swint, The Story Behind the Clay: A Comprehensive Guide to Commissioned Van Briggle Specialty Pieces 3 December7; Dorothy McGraw Bogue, The Van Briggle Story (Colorado Springs: Dentan-Berkeland Printing File Size: KB.The Van Briggle Pottery Company built its success on soft dull (matte) glazes.

After Artus died inthe business was taken over by his wife Anna and was renamed the Van Briggle Company. The business was reorganized again in as Van Briggle Pottery and Tile Company.

Anna's involvement ended about Various managers and owners ran.Collecting Van Briggle pottery is an excellent choice as it is still available at somewhat reasonable prices. Other familiar pottery names like Roseville, Weller, Rookwood, and McCoy which have been collected for much longer have seen their prices peak and then fall.