If an inanimate antique could actually be capable of looking at you disapprovingly, even mockingly, it would be a Martin Brothers Wally Bird. Consider the bird at right. It’s totally judging us for some bad life choice it thinks we made. Wally Birds were the creation of Martin Brothers, a pottery...
The White Ironstone China Association will be celebrating its 25th year as a collector group in Wyomissing, Pennsylvania, May 2-4, 2019.
Collector-researcher Kelly Keating explores the details of Cairo transferware: a tool of imperialism and an expression and product of the British Empire.
A March 9 live and online antique auction is packed with beautiful examples from many genres including names such as Galle, Daum Nancy, Tiffany, and Wave Crest.
Dr. George Marchelos provides antiques appraisals for Antique Trader subscribers. Dr. Marchelos appraises a San Ildefonso vase and a European gag gift.
The wide-spread appreciation for travel, which took hold of 19th century European society, is reflective in choice of patterns and vignettes appearing on examples of Flow Blue pottery.
Artwork created by Ceramic Arts Studio artists will be showcased Aug. 25, during the annual CAS Collectors Convention in Madison, Wis.
Wedgewood pottery, in operation since the mid-18th century, has brought many iconic motifs and objects to market. Among those was its lusterware line, driven by the designs of Daisy Makeig-Jones.
Making its debut at auction June 2 is a painted, chromed and coppered steel sculpture by American artist John Angus Chamberlain. The piece is one of more than 520 lots in Palm Beach Modern Auctions' June auction.
An unparalleled representation of Wedgwood jasperware, from collection of Adele Barnett, founder of Washington, D.C.’s Wedgwood Society, will come to auction April 14 through Quinn's Auction Galleries.