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The Antique Turkey Platter: Rarely Used Dish Could Pay for Christmas and then Some (12/10/13)
toppriceplatterIt’s that time of year where family heirlooms are dragged out of their hiding places in china cabinets and buffets … More >>

Unloved Antiques: Capodimonte Ceramics (11/12/13)
uglycapodimonteI don’t have a week go by that I don’t get a call or email about a “fantastic” piece of … More >>

Ask a Worthologist: Victorian Tulip Lamp (11/5/13)
wraylampMary T. has a hanging lamp she found at a thrift shop. It looks old but has parts that look … More >>

Unloved Antiques: Bronze Commemorative Medals and Coins (11/4/13)
brunoNearly everyone has a bronze commemorative coin or medal kicking about the house. I must have a half dozen or … More >>

The Collector’s Minute: Calendar Medals (10/25/13)
georgemedal2Calendar medals are often items of speculation, and they’re frequently though to be one-of-a-kind, rare presentation pieces. But like paper … More >>

It’s All in the Marks: Identifying Baccarat Crystal and Glass (10/22/13)
bacmodernmarkBaccarat has built a worldwide reputation for making perfume bottles, barware, quality stemware and chandeliers. Baccarat has a history dating back … More >>

Ask a Worthologist: Lladró Ballet Dancers Figurine (10/15/13)
LladroballetWorthPoint member Denise J. purchased a Lladró figurine from a bankruptcy sale of a jewelry store. She believes it must … More >>

The Collector’s Minute: Telling Victorian Cranberry Glass vs. 20th-Century Versions (10/10/13)
pilgrimcranbeeryThe origin of “cranberry glass” is thought to go all the way back to the late Roman Empire and was … More >>

It’s all in the Marks: No, It`s not Early Meissen (9/30/13)
Meissen markContrary to many who believe that advertising and product branding was mainly a Madison Avenue/20th-century marketing innovation, “branding”—the marketing of … More >>

It’s all in the Marks: What Does ‘OEPIAG/EPIAG’ Mean? (9/24/13)
OEPIAGGoing through the e-mail from WorthPoint readers, we often receive questions about the markings on pottery and porcelain, particularly European … More >>

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