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Pulteney Bridge Poster by Peter Holland
Antique china values are not such a difficult thing to attain nowadays. Find out more .....
American pottery marks are a fascinating area.
Confused about your Chinese vase? How do we know what type of vase we are looking at? In minutes, with this handy guidebook, you'll know your gu from your hu.
Pottery marks sometimes can seem like a frighteningly huge subject to tackle, but never fear, your online guide is here to help you through!
Ever fancied having 24/7 access to an Antiques Roadshow expert? I know I have. Here's how to do it.
Advice on how antique appraisals fit into the big picture of selling your collectible china
Identifying pottery marks is what this page is all about. We have a forum where you post your queries and get help to answer them
I began with this site a few years ago and tried hard to keep up an informational flow to users interested in identifying their marks on figurines, specifically
Modern Bone china manufacturers - A review of who's who of the more recently founded UK companies
Find your local ceramic sculpture courses. Use this page to research your local adult education clay sculpture workshops.
The Clay Sculpting Supplies Guide To Buying Online From Master-Sculptor Peter Holland
Clay sculpting and progress towards modeling artistry. No longer such a mystery with these simple tips on clay sculpting…
Instantly know Chinese vase shapes and what they are called. Know the value, know where they fit into history and how they were developed
Sculpting tutorials on how to research your subject matter from sculptor, Peter Holland
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Hi there everyone. My name is Mark and I have been attracted to lovely and interesting pottery and ceramic objects for a long time. As a child, my
mav-mark-or-nav Hi, I'm glad to have found this site. I have just finished clearing out two houses that belonged to my parents. My mother loved
Dear Peter, while traveling across Suriname (South America) I came across a beautifull piece of pottery the Suriname owner, he found it in the ground while
Hi everybody, A little about myself. I am a retired Royal Navy Officer who now finds himself as a house husband and part time collector and dealer of
Hi my name is Kathleen Torkelson and recently i helped my nieghbor clean out her garage and in doing so she gave me this partial set of china. this is
Hi~I rc'd this large figurine...meas 11 tall and 10 wide from my ex mother-in-law as a wedding gift. Since the marriage has dissolved, am interested in
I am a portrait artist who collects teapots (mainly for their shape and colour rather than value), but I’ve recently begun painting 'portraits' of interesting
I have a 40 piece Dessert set that is marked as above. Every plate and serving piece is Apple green, white with gold. There are hand painted bouquets
Hello everyone, It is with a far-reaching arm that I call on you all for some much needed help. Myself and my wife recently moved into the family farmhouse,
Hello all, I am Tori Maricelli and I live in Texas. I have worked in the oil field on and off for about 20 years and I was hit by the last major lay off
I bought this beautiful jug at auction for $2. The auctioneer said it was Johnson Bros. but I looked at it immediately when I got my hands on it, and it
Japanese Tea Set – Is it a Collectable? Or not? What a wonderful and informative website this is! I have been trying for many many months to identify
I have found an unusual little ceramic blue and white parrot like bird, sitting on a green branch. It is quite naive in its construction but very attractive.
Hello everyone my name is Michele and I seriously did not like history in high school but have found in the past 20 years that I had a hidden love for
I recently acquired this opalescent white porcelain pitcher and have been trying to identify the mark. It appears to be a red shield with a P or R in it
Peter, It has been some time since my last visit to your wonderfully helpful and informative site. Thanks to you, your staff and viewers for the valuable
Hi, all. I need to know more about some oversized vases or jars I have in my possession. I see lots of junk, over-painted, sloppily painted, outside-the-lines
Hi I would really like to know what my Colclough numbered 4154 is valued at. I inherited from my mums eldest sister. I have looked online to no avail,
I don't have an eBay store but I have recently started posting items for sale on eBay. Over the past year, I have been helping a friend acquire some jewelry
Hello everyone. I recently acquired a beautiful Gräfenthal Stagecoach antique figurine #13842 from a flea market for $10 in Central New Jersey. I'm an
Teacups and saucers are kind of like socks orphaned by the dryer which remain in the sock drawer long after their mate’s demise. When a teacup breaks
Hello, I have this figurine from my aunt (born in the 1890's), who escaped from Vienna in the 1930's, eventually emigrated to the US and traveled extensively,
I purchased this bowl at a yard sale and have no information about the history of it. I searched some forums and Ebay to see if I could identify the writing
Ceramic brindle boxer dog figurine with strange markings - who made it? Hi All I found this ceramic boxer dog in a junk shop in Devon, UK, and although
I found these two tiles at a consignment shop I frequent. I buy things I like (but try not to buy too many things!) If I could find more of these, I might