Found 181 articles matching Ceramics category.
  • May 25 2008
  • 25 May 2008

china plates

i have quite a few old plates all sizes, i am moving house later this year and am looking to de clutter. shortly i will be taking photos and loading them onto this site for propesctive buyers to view. thats all for now.

  • May 23 2008
  • 23 May 2008

Grueby Faience Vase a Multi-Thousand Dollar Piece of Art Pottery on eBay With No Reserve!

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  • May 22 2008
  • 22 May 2008

The Wedgwood Portland Vase History And Meaning

The Wedgwood Portland vase has become a hallmark of the Wedgwood company and its roots trace back to the begining of time.

  • May 6 2008
  • 6 May 2008

Walrath Art Pottery and the Pottery Market

This past weekend, I saw Rosville and Weller pottery well overpriced at an estate sale and wondered how anyone could turn a profit if they purchased these pieces at those prices. This is not the first sale I’ve seen this. In fact, this seems to be the norm today, and the reason why so many dealers are having a hard time selling their inventory.

  • May 4 2008
  • 4 May 2008

Kentucky Derby Dishes – Mary Alice Hadley

For hundreds of collectors, the Kentucky Derby means entertaining with treasured pieces of M.A. Hadley pottery.

  • May 1 2008
  • 1 May 2008

pottery

Pottery from Mesa Verde…Utilitarian..Pueblo II time period…dated 950-1050 A.D.

  • Apr 30 2008
  • 30 Apr 2008

What is Cloissone?

Cloisonné is a form of enamelware that began in Beijing in the 13th century. During my stay in China, I had the opportunity to visit the Yu Long Friendship Store (www.bjdayi.com), a facility in Beijing where fine cloisonné is manufactured and sold.

  • Apr 29 2008
  • 29 Apr 2008

GRAVY BOWL

MY HUSBAND FOUND A GRAVY BOWL MADE BY JOHANN HAVILAND. IT HAS GOLD TRIM AND FLOWERS ON IT. TRYING TO FIND OUT VAULE OF IT. SOMEONE HELP.

  • Apr 28 2008
  • 28 Apr 2008

Antiquing Adventures: McCoy Pottery Teaches the Value of Showing Up

Vintage McCoy Pottery Vase with Leaves recently sold on eBay for $43.99. There were 7 bids.
It does my heart good when I see something I have taught come true with my own eyes. In this case, finding treasure where other people dare not to trod makes a great subject for today’s blog.

  • Apr 27 2008
  • 27 Apr 2008

When Cost Doesn’t Matter: The China Syndrome

In the antique business, when cost doesn’t matter, prices soar and the market is chaotic.

In March, a white jade Chinese vase – valued at about $40,000 – went on the block at Elders Fine Art & Antiques and sold at auction by iGavel to an off-shore, Asian collector for $300,000.