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Early Japanese Porcelain—the Beauty of ‘That which is Enough’ (2/13/09)
1When looking at early- to mid-17th century porcelain from Europe and Asia, it is easy to think the level of … More >>

Chinese Export Porcelain’s Long Journey from Early China (1/24/09)
19th-20th century blue-and-white CantonBy Lisa Marion WorthPoint Worthologist Many moons ago as a novice collector of porcelain, I thought that the phrase “Chinese Export … More >>

Highboys and Weathervanes Most Likely to Weather the Stormy Economy (1/3/09)
For those of you who faithfully read this column, you know that my first column of the New Year is … More >>

Porcelain Figurines: Antiques or Reproductions? (12/26/08)
cybisNo one item is more misunderstood than porcelain figurines. The trouble starts, I suppose, from the fact that certain styles … More >>

‘Red Flag Law’ Figurine (11/30/08)
This Red Flag Law figure is 10-and-three-quarter-inches high and an automobile object of this quality would be priced in the range of $3,000 to $5,000.‘Red Flag Law’ Figurine By Dave Bausch Automobilia art objects take several forms, some are made just for pleasure to the eye, but others were made to tell a story or help record a historic event. This art item was made to tell a story about “Red Flag Law.” More >>

Shoki Imari (11/17/08)
Shoki Imari, this foot ring was set directly on the shelf or on fire sand that was sprinkled on the shelf.The 15th. of every month the Nara Antique Dealers auction takes place in Nara. It is a 4-6 hour event that sees the auctioning of hundreds of lots. This last Saturday these Shoki Imari soba chokos passed through. As a side note, even though they are now called soba chokos, in their time they were called chokus. More >>

Japanese auction watch. (11/8/08)
 Dog figure.These items are coming up for auction at Kogirekai in Kyoto November 15th. and 16th. The first item is a set of porcelain by Okura Japan. The set contains 10 types of items with a total of 38 pieces. 5 sets of cups and saucers among others. Minimum price is 1,200$ More >>

Automobilia China Part Two (11/6/08)
Another example of Tourist china by the Roseville Company of Zanesville, Ohio., this one depicting a disabled auto being helped by a rider and horse. Automobilia China Part Two By David Bausch More >>

Automobile China by Royal Doulton (11/4/08)
A china dish from the Motorist Series, designed by John Holdcroft and produced by Royal Doulton of England. Automobile China by Royal Doulton By David Bausch Nothing speaks of the Edwardian era more clearly then the series of china produced by Royal Doulton of England. This china was designed by John Holdcroft, and was known as the Motorist Series. This series was produced in its factory in Burslem England from the years 1903-1913. More >>

Japanese auction watch (10/28/08)
33-53,41 Set of 5 cupsThis item was up for auction in March of 08 in Japan. It is a set of 5 cups from a kiln called the Akashi kiln listed at 3 inches by 3 inches by 2 inches. They don’t come with a box. The minimum price was 5,000 yen. They didn’t sell. Either someone wasn’t looking for that particular item or they were priced too high at the beginning. More >>

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