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It’s All In the Marks: Identifying Ceramics and Glass (3/3/13)
limogehandpaintedTo well-seasoned or novice collectors, determining a maker or origin of a piece can be very confusing if it is … More >>


It’s All In the Marks: Dating Royal Copenhagen Figurines (2/14/13)
copenhagenfarmerTo well-seasoned or novice collectors, determining a maker or origin of a piece can be very confusing if it is … More >>


Fine Art, Clocks and Oddities to Cross Block in Multi-Estate Auction (2/5/13)
Vampire kitABERDEEN, Miss. — The collections of at least two major estates will head to auction this month, including a set … 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 >>


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 >>


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 >>


It’s all in the Marks: Understanding Minton Date Codes (7/6/12)
minton2As mentioned in previous articles, there are several potteries that, for their own reasons, used markings as a way of … More >>


Antique China can Fulfill the Bride’s ‘Something Old, Something New’ Custom (6/20/12)
Limoges HavilandSomething old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. This tradition comes from an Old English rhyme that is, in its entirety, … More >>


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