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Ask A Worthologist Question: Dresser-Designed Minton Porcelain Vase (12/7/10)
mintonsgrandpaAnne J. has a piece of porcelain that her grandfather had picked up in England during the Second World War. … More >>


Collector’s Minute: Ivorex and Plaster Plaques (11/16/10)
ivorex Appraisers & dealers often run across odd items that their owners are convinced are made of some exotic, hand-carved … More >>


Face Jugs: A Uniquely Southern Collectible with a Mysterious Origin (11/2/10)
Lot 58 - 5 gallon face jugBulging, uneven eyes and pointed teeth may not sound like desirable facial attributes, but in the world of face jugs, … More >>


Ask A Worthologist Question: Dutch Delft Tiles (9/27/10)
delfttile_reproWhen Jennifer T. bought a house, she found some ceramic tiles wrapped in Dutch newspapers. Having seen similar tiles in … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Wedgwood American Views Plates (9/15/10)
wedgwoodview It might seem strange, but the country that was the largest producer of pottery depicting American heroes of the … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Unmarked Porcelain Puzzles (8/24/10)
parisplate Unmarked 18th- & 19th-century porcelain is a puzzle to everyone, even among dealers and experts. Trying to attribute an … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Royal Doulton Women’s Suffrage Ink Wells (7/26/10)
VIRAGO Every movement in history has its highs and lows captured in the decorative arts of the time, either as … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Dutch Delft Pottery Charger (7/5/10)
This Dutch Delft plate was made by PZH (Plateelbakkerij Zuid-Holland), which was founded in the town of Gouda in South-Holland (Zuid-Holland) in 1898.  This is an example of a Dutch Delft pottery charger, designed to be hung as a decorative wall plate. Most … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Wedgwood Black Basalt (6/29/10)
A pair of 19th-century Wedgwood wine & water ewers pieces in black basalt. Today, they are most likely found at auction and sell in the $5,000-$6.500 range.  These wine & water ewers are 19th-century Wedgwood pieces in what’s referred to as “black basalt,” a hard, black … More >>


The Collector’s Minute: Japanese Sumida Ware (6/15/10)
Examples of 19th-century Japanese export pottery called “Sumida ware.”Among the strangest pieces to came out of the Orient during the late 19th century are Japanese export pottery called … More >>


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