Ceramic pieces sold by Napco*r (National Potteries Corporation) are distinctive and popular again today. From its prolific output of the 1950s and 1960s to its miniature bone china imports of the 1970s, Napco has held the interest of collectors because the ceramic items are consistently well-designed. This volume brings together information on all of the Napco*T lines, including chapters on animal figures, birthday sets, decorative items and kitchenware, figurines and planters, and head vases. There is a separate section on Inarco*T (International Artware Corporation), sister company of Napco. Collectors of holiday items, angels, and nursery rhyme characters will find plenty of interest in these pages. An added bonus is the directory of major importing companies of the fifties and sixties. With over 1,000 color photos and a price guide, this is a worthwhile addition to a ceramics collector's library.