Toby and Character Jugs of the 20th Century and Their Makers is the definitive body of research on 20th century Toby and Character Jugs. Bursting with color, it includes over 350 pages of valuable information, much of which has not been previously published. It has over 1,500 photographs depicting more than 3,000 toby and character jugs in full color. Over 4,000 jugs in various sizes and color are identified. It includes Royal Doulton jugs never before documented. It gives the history and jug production of over 150 different potters from around the world and provides in-depth research on potteries that were previously only a name. A cross-reference of potters and their trade names is also provided. Manufacturers covered include Artone, Baristow Manor, Beswick, Burgess & Leigh, Devonmoor, Goebel, Grimwades, Kingston Pottery, Lancaster and Sandland, Kevin Francis Ceramics, Longton New Art, Roy Kirkham, Sarreguemines, Shaw & Sopestabke (SylvaC), Shaw and Sons (Burlington), Shelley, Shorter & Son, Straffordshire Fine Ceramics, Thorley, Wade, Wain (Melba Ware), Wedgwood & Company, Wilinson, Wood and Sons plus 130 others. Published in August 1999 by Kevin James Publishing. A separate 96-page price guide companion is also available.