Winslow Anderson was no stranger to high quality glass and china. In addition to a storied career as a prolific designer for Blenko Glass and Lenox China, the late Mr. Anderson amassed an extensive collection, including a number of pieces that were featured in museum exhibitions. Items from his collection are...
After a successful return of the Waterloo Village Antiques Fair this past June, JMK Shows opted to meet the requests from dealers and shoppers for a second Fair this year. The next Waterloo Village Antiques Fair is slated for Sept. 5-6 in Stanhope, N.J.
From fish carvings and Stickley furniture to a French plate from President Lincoln's White House service will come to auction, through Garth's Auctioneers and Appraisers, July 24-25.
Hundreds of fans of White Ironstone China will converge on Dayton Ohio, April 23-24 for the 21st Annual Convention of The White Ironstone China Association (WICA).
The annual Haviland Collectors International Foundation conference, slated for June 13-16 will feature special presentations about the history and evolution of Haviland China.
The Glass and China Collectors of Bakersfield know the importance of longevity, which they'll celebrate with their 42nd annual Collector's Showcase March 9-10.
The Haviland Collectors International Foundation started the year with the announcement of new officers. The election took place at the annual conference.
It will be a celebration of past and present of ironstone china May 3-5 during the 19th annual convention of the White Ironstone China Association.
A friend and former patient, who supplements her social security income by selling her departed husband’s collectibles on eBay was confiding in me about the troubles she recently had with Chinese buyers/schemers. She has been very happy otherwise with eBay and PayPal for the past 10 years, accumulating glowing buyers’ feedback's...
Flow Blue is the name applied to china of cobalt blue and white, whose color, when fired in a kiln, produced a flowing or blurred effect. Known patterns of flow blue china were first produced around 1830 in England. The general rule has been “new” indicates recent or contemporary manufacture and...