Two charmingly grotesque stoneware birds may very well commander the top roost in the March 8 Fine & Decorative Arts Auction at Morphy Auctions.
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.
Furniture claims top lots at recent Nadeau's auction, reportedly its strongest American antiques sale in the last three years.
Various antiques and collectibles, including art pottery, books, primitives, jewelry, coins, and more are set for the Des Moines Antiques Spectacular.
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...
Philanthropist Charles H. Hoeflich’s collection of Pennsylvania stoneware, baskets, redware and furniture is being sold June 8-9, 2012 to benefit Pennsylvania charities.
Ohio Country Antique Show will return to Wilmington, Ohio’s, Roberts Centre in 2012 for its eighth year of semi-annual sales.
The May Gold Rush at the Olmsted County Fairgrounds in Rochester, Minn., opens May 11-13, 2012. The show is back on its regular Mother’s Day weekend.
Collectors are starting to tiptoe back into the pottery market as they celebrate the 200th anniversary of Pfaltzgraff, initially produced on a small potter’s wheel and kiln on a 21-acre homestead in York County, Pa., during the early 1800s. Pfaltzgraff’s milestone bicentennial is also testimony to the power this respected brand has and its ability...
Made between 1818 and 1830, dark blue printed historical America transferwares are highly regarded because they illustrate important places and commemorate historical events of the early republic.