Santo Domingo pottery doesn’t yet rank with San Ildefonso or Santa Clara among Pueblo art collectors but its relative rarity among American art pottery makes finding an early piece satisfying. Learn why now is a great time to buy early examples: Pueblo pottery is selling for about 50 percent less than it was selling for 10 years ago. Read More +
Philanthropist Charles H. Hoeflich’s collection of Pennsylvania stoneware, baskets, redware and furniture is being sold June 8-9, 2012 to benefit Pennsylvania charities. Read More +
More than 1,200 lots of antiques and collectibles, including fine art , estate jewelry, period furniture, Persian rugs, chandeliers and lighting, antique clocks and more, will cross the block on May 12-13 at Crescent City Auction Gallery in New Orleans. Read More +
Dozens of examples of highly valued Southern pottery by such renowned artisans as Dave the Slave, Thomas Chandler, W.T.B. Gordy and others will be sold at public auction on Memorial Day at the Jefferson Civic Center in Jefferson, Ga. Read More +
Whenever I hear freight trains switching or moving slow down the tracks it takes me back to my boyhood home at 106 East North Street in Abingdon, Ill., a block away from the Abingdon Pottery. Read this touching recollection on how the Abingdon Pottery factory created a lifelong collector.
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List compiled by Eric Bradley from the books Warman’s Fiesta by Glen Victorey (2007) and Fiesta, Warman’s Companion by Mark Moran and Glen Victorey. Fiesta, Warman’s Companion from Krause Publications is available for just $4, plus shipping, at shop.collect.com or by calling 800-258-0929. Read More +