Found 22 articles matching Pottery category.
  • Nov 17 2016
  • 17 Nov 2016

Getting to Know You: Timothy & Angela Swift

Cruising on a warm summer night with the top down, listening to a favorite tune; smelling the musty, acrid odor of a full-to-the-ceiling antique store; […]

  • Nov 3 2016
  • 3 Nov 2016

Mark of the Week: The Associated American Artists’ Stonelain Pottery

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 […]

  • Oct 5 2016
  • 5 Oct 2016

Mark of the Week: A Sara Sax Rookwood Black Opal Vase

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 […]

  • Sep 6 2016
  • 6 Sep 2016

Mark of the Week: Syracuse China Company’s Railway China

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 […]

  • Sep 1 2016
  • 1 Sep 2016

Victorian Ointment Pot Lids – A Specialty Niche That’s Smart to Know About

Years ago, at an antiques show, a guy came up to my sales table of antique bottles and go-withs, and asked me if I had […]

  • 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 […]

  • May 13 2016
  • 13 May 2016

The Secret Japanese Art of Kintsugi Brings Beauty to Breakage

Break a favorite antique? Instead of throwing it out or gluing it together, there is an alternative. Kintsugi, a traditional Japanese method of repairing ceramic, […]

  • May 1 2016
  • 1 May 2016

From the Worthologists’ Archive: Is there a Benefit to ‘Verbal’ Provenance?

According to its current owner, this “Art Deco” pottery study of four heads measuring 10 inches in height was purchased during the 1980s from a […]

  • Jan 14 2016
  • 14 Jan 2016

The Outstanding Pottery & Tile of Santa Catalina Island

The Catalina story is a fascinating chapter in the history of Southern California ceramics. In operation for only 10 years, Catalina Clay Products—a project of […]

  • Nov 17 2015
  • 17 Nov 2015

Brayton Laguna set the Trend in Early Southern California Pottery

“In view of its innovation and influence, Brayton Laguna Pottery ranks as one of the foremost companies in the history of Southern California pottery.” Thus […]