Found 48 articles matching Marks Library category.
  • Aug 8 2016
  • 8 Aug 2016

Mark of the Week: Greenwood Pottery Ne Plus Ultra Ware

We are all fortunate to have an incredible resource for identifying marks right at our fingertips. WorthPoint’s MAPS (Marks, Autographs, Patterns and Symbols) database has […]

  • Jul 11 2016
  • 11 Jul 2016

Mark of the Week: Liberty & Co., Cymric Silver and Archibald Knox

We are all fortunate to have an incredible resource for identifying marks right at our fingertips. WorthPoint’s MAPS (Marks, Autographs, Patterns and Symbols) database has […]

  • Jun 12 2016
  • 12 Jun 2016

Mark of the Week: Moritz Zdekauer Porcelain

We are all fortunate to have an incredible resource for identifying marks right at our fingertips.  WorthPoint’s MAPS (Marks, Autographs, Patterns and Symbols) database has […]

  • May 18 2016
  • 18 May 2016

How to Use Marker’s Marks to Identify and Value Antiques and Collectibles

For those of us interested in antiques and collectibles, maker’s marks, shop and factory marks, brands and labels can both help identify and indicate a […]

  • May 1 2016
  • 1 May 2016

Mark of the Week: Vance/Avon Faience Company

The Vance/Avon Faience Company of Tiltonsville, Ohio was a short-lived series of companies in Ohio and West Virginia. It made some of the most coveted […]

  • Mar 11 2016
  • 11 Mar 2016

The Test of Time – How to Tell When, Where and by Whom a Gold Watch Was Made

Dealers and appraisers are often asked the same questions, such as “How old is it?” “Who made it?” and “What’s it worth?” for example. Our […]

  • Mar 8 2016
  • 8 Mar 2016

Kutani Ceramics: Warmth with Technical Complexity

Kutani ceramics didn’t appeal to me at first. They seemed a little gaudy, ornate, the opposite of the type of work I like. Until I […]

  • Feb 19 2016
  • 19 Feb 2016

British Silver Hallmarks Made Easy: The Marks Tell the Story

To decipher this Hallmark to determine who made our Sterling silver chocolate pot and when it was made, we first have to examine the city […]

  • Feb 19 2016
  • 19 Feb 2016

How to Use British Silver Assay Marks and Hallmarks

In the world of antiques, British Sterling silverware is one very few items with a set in stone guarantee as to when and where a […]

  • Oct 7 2015
  • 7 Oct 2015

It’s All in the Marks: Dating a Wedgwood Jasperware Urn

This covered urn is an example of Wedgwood “Jasperware.” According to its owner, this one was purchased in 1980 at auction; its vintage was not […]