Found 191 articles matching Ceramics category.
  • Nov 7 2011
  • 7 Nov 2011

Ask A Worthologist Question: Rosenthal Art Deco Urn

Stella B. picked up this Rosenthal urn at a church bazaar, in a box complete with plastic roses for $40 and stuffed with newspapers circa, […]

  • Oct 24 2011
  • 24 Oct 2011

Ask A Worthologist Question: Art Nouveau-Style Chocolate Service Set

WorthPoint member Denise A. has what she was told is a coffee set that dates from the late 1800s, the former property of a relative […]

  • Aug 29 2011
  • 29 Aug 2011

Unloved Antiques: Dragonware Tea Set

The ninth item in this series of “Unloved Antiques” is Dragonware. The tea set above is a good example of this Japanese pottery. Dragonware is […]

  • Aug 22 2011
  • 22 Aug 2011

Ask A Worthologist Question: Rosenthal Figurine

James M. spotted this Rosenthal figurine in a box lot of odds and ends at a country auction last year and bought the box for […]

  • Aug 15 2011
  • 15 Aug 2011

Dining with Antiques – White House China

In the United States, official state dinners are formal events hosted by the President in honor of visiting heads of foreign governments. Ceremonial in nature, […]

  • Aug 2 2011
  • 2 Aug 2011

Dining with Antiques – Dinner with Salvador Dali

“At the age of 6 I wanted to be a cook,” wrote Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali in his 1942 autobiography. “At 7 I wanted to […]

  • Jul 18 2011
  • 18 Jul 2011

Dining with Antiques – Ancient Roman Pottery

In the previous installments of “Dining with Antiques,” we have so far covered a variety of vintage recipes and collectible dinnerware dating from the 1800s […]

  • Jul 5 2011
  • 5 Jul 2011

Ask A Worthologist Question: Weller Pottery Umbrella Stand

Veronica J. spotted this “large vase” in an antique shop whose proprietor was retiring and clearing his stock. The vase was tagged as “Weller,” but […]

  • Jun 27 2011
  • 27 Jun 2011

Unloved Antiques: Hummel Knockoffs

The seventh item in this series of “Unloved Antiques” are Hummel knockoffs, like the three above. These post-World War Two Japanese creations were based on […]

  • May 23 2011
  • 23 May 2011

English Antique Tableware a Popular, Practical Collectible

In the mid-18th century, potters of England’s Staffordshire district began experimenting with new clays, forms, glazes and decorative techniques in creating tableware. This explosion of […]