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Antiques Auction Forum Podcast: Elaine Miller on Glass and Ceramic Restoration (9/30/13)
Elaine-056-225x300In this week’s Antiques Auction Forum podcast, Martin Willis conducts a fascinating interview with noted glass and ceramic conservator Elaine … More >>


Rinker on Collectibles: Who’s Responsible for Maintaining Value in a Collecting Category? (9/25/13)
cut glassThe antiques and collectibles market is not a laissez-faire economy. According to Wikipedia, laissez-faire is “an economic environment in which … More >>


It’s all in the Marks: What Does ‘OEPIAG/EPIAG’ Mean? (9/24/13)
OEPIAGGoing through the e-mail from WorthPoint readers, we often receive questions about the markings on pottery and porcelain, particularly European … More >>


Single-Owner Lifetime Collection of Native American Artifacts to Cross the Block (8/28/13)
Effigy pipeWICHITA, Kan. – The single-owner lifetime collection of Native American artifacts, including dozens of prehistoric stone effigy platform pipes, as … More >>


It’s All in the Marks: How to Identify Rookwood Pottery (8/16/13)
rookwoodlincoln3For appraisers at Antiques Roadshow-type of events, it’s often like teaching condensed “Antiques 101″ courses, with a narrow focus on … More >>


Previously Unknown Original Warhol Silkscreen to Headline Labor Day Sale (8/13/13)
WarholMILLVILLE, Pa. – A previously unknown and never before offered silkscreen by Pop Art icon Andy Warhol is the expected … More >>


Kiowa Cradleboard Showcases Native American Artifact Auction (7/26/13)
Kiowa cradleboardSANTA FE, N.M.—A full-size, all-original Native American cradleboard with beaded accents and original boards will be the featured lot at … More >>


It’s All In The Marks: Dating Porcelain and Pottery (7/14/13)
klemmThe process of identifying any item examined by an appraiser is based on a number of identifiers. In the case … More >>


From Public Health Necessity to Collectibility: The History of the Beer Stein (7/9/13)
faience steinWhen the first beer steins were being produced, their future collectibility likely wasn’t being considered by those who produced them. … More >>


Red Wing Pottery ‘Dump Diggers’ will Keynote 2013 RWCS Convention (6/18/13)
Pottery Dump DiggersRED WING, Minn. – For decades, the Red Wing Pottery Dump Digger educational seminars have been standing-room-only at the annual … More >>


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