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Is it Time to Buy Royal Doulton Again? (3/15/08)
Today’s Photo: Royal Doulton Tiger sold for $270 at Direct Auction, Chicago More >>

Belleek, American (1/26/08)
The American Belleek era spanned from the early 1880s until 1930. Several American firms manufactured porcelain wares resembling Irish Belleek. … More >>

Belleek, Irish (1/26/08)
Belleek is a thin, ivory-colored, almost iridescent-type porcelain. It was first made in 1857 in county Fermanagh, Ireland. Production continued … More >>

Goebel (10/25/07)
Franz and William Goebel, father and son, founded the F. D. & W. Goebel Porcelain Works near Coburg, Germany, in … More >>

Hall China (10/23/07)
In 1903 Robert Hall founded the Hall China Company in East Liverpool, Ohio. Taggert Hall, his son, became president following … More >>

Haviland China (10/23/07)
There are several Haviland companies. It takes a detailed family tree to understand the complex family relationships that led to … More >>

Christmas Collectibles (9/27/07)
Christmas Collectibles “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” by Harry L Rinker The tradition of a month-long Christmas season beginning the day after Thanksgiving … More >>

Clarice Cliff (9/27/07)
Clarice Cliff “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” by Harry L Rinker Clarice Cliff (1899–1972) joined A. J. Wilkinson’s Royal Staffordshire Pottery at Burslem, … More >>

Boehm Porcelain (9/24/07)
Boehm Porcelain “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” Harry L. Rinker Edward and Helen Boehm founded The Boehm Studio in 1950. It quickly became … More >>

Royal China (9/13/07)
Royal China “Official Price Guide to Collectibles” Harry L. Rinker The Royal China Company, located in Sebring, Ohio, utilized remodeled facilities that originally … More >>

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