Willis Henry Auctions is hosting an exceptional country Americana auction filled with 18th-19th century redware, stoneware, folk art, and painted furniture.
The Red Wing Collectors Society celebrated the 36th anniversary of the group's annual summer convention in July, attracting nearly 1,500 collectors from around the country for four days filled with seminars, socials, and an auction that saw an 8-gallon crock sell for $4,200.
With so much interest in the Red Wing Pottery Dump Digger seminars, this year's Red Wing Collector's Society Convention is set to kick off July 11 with dump diggin' pros.
An 1825 stoneware butter church whipped up a frenzy of excitement when it was recently sold during an event at Rhonda's Auction & Event Center.
Red Wing collectors mark your calendars for July 12 and make your plans to travel to Monmouth, Ill. for CrockFest! After a rousing 2012, the event is back again.
Furniture claims top lots at recent Nadeau's auction, reportedly its strongest American antiques sale in the last three years.
Renowned ceramics expert Jill Fenichell will serve as vice president of the newly formed Ceramics Department at Jeffery S. Evans & Associates.
In addition to a show floor filled by 30 outstanding galleries and dealers specializing in important pottery, glass and porcelain, the Fair offers one of the the most distinguished ceramics lecture series in the U.S.
A Wilkinson Tea Leaf mug consigned by a Massachusetts dealer and purchased by a Michigan collector was the item that sent the Tea Leaf Club International convention cumulative auction sales over the $1 million mark.
Although certain artists often exhibit characteristic techniques and motifs, no two pieces of Japanese cloisonné are exactly alike. Experts say prices range across the board from less than $200 for more commercial pieces up to the six-figure range for the most exceptional examples, however rare Japanese cloisonné remain underpriced in relation to the talent,...