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Ask a Worthologist: The Mystery of the Hungarian-Italian Vase (1/23/13)
FischerBudapest2Ben N. claims to know nothing about antiques; he just buys what he likes and, to date, he’s done very … More >>


Revere Teapot, Martha Washington’s China Highlight Christie’s Americana Week (1/21/13)
revere tea potNEW YORK — A series of American antiques sales, featuring offerings of silver, furniture, folk art, prints, pottery and Chinese … More >>


It’s all in the Marks: Kalk’s Crossed-Arrows, ‘Erich Stauffer’ Used in Knockoffs (1/3/13)
fakekalk2To collectors, well-seasoned or novice, the subject of determining a maker or origin of a piece can be very confusing … More >>


Antiques Auction Forum Podcast: Wendy Harvey on Collectible Ceramic Tiles (11/28/12)
ceramic tileIn this week’s installment of the Antiques Auction Forum podcast, Martin Willis—along with co-host Rebekah Kaufman—speaks with collectible tile expert … AudioPlayer.embed("audioplayer_1", {soundFile:"aHR0cDovL3d3dy53b3J0aHBvaW50LmNvbS93cC1jb250ZW50L3VwbG9hZHMvMjAxMi8xMS8xMjMuLXRpbGVzLWRvbmUubXAzA"}); More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: ‘In the Style of Sevres’ Porcelain Urn (11/13/12)
sevresfake2Farah S. has just caught the antique bug and is enamored with Continental porcelain. She was especially excited to find … More >>


It’s all in the Marks: Smudged or Sloppy Marks Offer Hints toward Fakes (11/5/12)
fakeflowTo collectors, well-seasoned or novice, the subject of determining a maker or origin of a piece can be very confusing … More >>


It’s all in the Marks: Understanding Mettlach Date Marks (9/10/12)
mercurymark1Collectors of pottery and porcelain really have it easier than collectors of other antiques, such as furniture, glassware or lamps, … More >>


Unloved Antiques: 19th-Century Bisque Figurines (9/4/12)
German porcelain figurineThe next subject of this series of Unloved Antiques are turn-of-the-19th-century bisque figurines. Bisque porcelain is a white, unglazed ceramic … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Victorian Mustache Cup (8/29/12)
moustache23Dora E. has a passion for bargains and even if they look a little rough around the edges, if it … More >>


To Remove Centuries-Old Dirt & Grime from Porcelain, Try an Ultrasonic Cleaner (7/9/12)
Lid_with_rust_spots_before (2)Some people like their antiques dirty. I prefer them clean. One very good way to get the exposed parts of the … More >>


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