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Belleek, American (1/26/08)
The American Belleek era spanned from the early 1880s until 1930. Several American firms manufactured porcelain wares resembling Irish Belleek. … More >>


Belleek, Irish (1/26/08)
Belleek is a thin, ivory-colored, almost iridescent-type porcelain. It was first made in 1857 in county Fermanagh, Ireland. Production continued … More >>


Bicycles & Related (1/26/08)
The bicycle was introduced in America at the 1876 Centennial. Early bicycles were high wheelers with heavy iron frames and … More >>


Wedgwood (11/25/07)
In 1759 Josiah Wedgwood established a pottery near Stoke-on-Trent at the former Ivy House works in¬†Burslem, England. By 1761, Wedgwood … More >>


G.I. Joe (10/25/07)
Hasbro introduced G.I. Joe at the February 1964 American International Toy Fair in New York. Initially, this 12-inch poseable figure … More >>


Glass Shoes (10/25/07)
Glass shoe is a generic term for any figural shoe (or slipper, boot, ice skate, etc.) made of glass, ceramic, … More >>


Goebel (10/25/07)
Franz and William Goebel, father and son, founded the F. D. & W. Goebel Porcelain Works near Coburg, Germany, in … More >>


Golf Collectibles (10/25/07)
Golf roots rest in 15th-century Scotland. Initially a game played primarily by the aristocracy and gentry, by the mid-19th century … More >>


Gonder Pottery (10/25/07)
After a distinguished ceramic career working for American Encaustic Tiling, Cherry Art Tile, Florence Pottery, and Ohio Pottery, Lawton Gonder … More >>


Graniteware (10/25/07)
Graniteware is a generic term used to describe enamel coated iron or steel kitchenware. Originating in Germany, the first American … More >>


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