The new 30th edition of America's No. 1 selling antiques price guide four years running is here, and it brings with it 4,500 fully updated listings and auction-quality photographs, accurate descriptions and real-time market values.
Trenton Potteries Database will be showcased during the Trenton Ceramics Symposium, including a presentation about pottery center East Liverpool, Ohio, April 13
Thousands of antique pitchers and glassware will take center stage Feb. 22-23 during the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts 39th annual Antiques Show & Sale fundraiser.
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 30-gallon salt glaze crock with a cobalt butterfly decoration sold for $12,750 at the July 12, 2012 Red Wing Collectors Society auction. The RWCS celebrated its 35th anniversary at this year’s convention, which brought more than 1,500 visitors to the city of Red Wing from July 11-14, 2012 to buy, sell and learn...
Cookie jars evolved from the elegant British biscuit jars found on Victorian-era tables. As the biscuit jar was adapted for use in America, it migrated from the dining table to the kitchen and, by the late 1920s, it was common to find a green-glass jar (or pink or clear), often with an applied label...
A small collection of Roseville pottery sold for a combined $5,550 at the second Annual Spring Fling collectibles auction in Greensburg, Kan., May 5-6, 2012. A Roseville sunflower vase was the top lot, selling for $2,000.
Works of one of Oklahoma’s favorite potters, John Frank, are featured in a new exhibition, Oklahoma Clay: Frankoma Pottery, which opened April 20, at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art.
Facing economic uncertainties and a growing concern for just where the next generation of collectors will come from, several San Francisco groups use public spaces to inspire antiques collecting.